For the fourth time in the past four years, Championship Productions has been awarded a Telly Award for excellence in video production. The award-winning title in 2009 is Basketball: The Don Meyer Way featuring the all-time winningest men’s basketball coach in NCAA history, Don Meyer. Meyer, the head coach at Northern State University (SD) , has twice been the NAIA National Coach of the Year and is in the NAIA Hall of Fame.
The Telly Awards honor outstanding local, regional and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions. The Championship Productions’ basketball DVD was among 13,000 entries that covered all 50 states and five continents.
Basketball: The Don Meyer Way received a “bronze” award (The Telly Awards’ second-highest honor). The bronze award scores from 7.0 to 8.9 on a 10-point scale; 18-25% of entrants receive a bronze.
Dustin McDonough, Championship Productions’ Video Production Director, said: “Winning this award, again, for the fourth time in just four years, confirms that our attention to detail, and quality, is both recognizable and noteworthy … this award is a great reinforcement to Coach Meyer and to the video production and editing team that putting your best effort forward makes a difference in perception and delivery.”
The Telly Awards were founded in 1978 by David E. Carter, a past Emmy® and Clio® winner, to honor excellence in local, regional and cable TV commercials. Today, the Telly is one of the most sought-after awards by industry leaders, from large international firms to local production companies and ad agencies. Judges evaluate entries to recognize distinction in creative work – and the entries are judged against a high standard of merit. Past winners, in addition to Championship Productions, have included producers for HBO, A&E, The Discovery Channel, Sony Pictures, and TBS.
Ames-based Championship Productions, founded in 1976 by Bill Bergan, is the world’s No. 1 producer and distributor of sports instructional DVDs. Championship Productions produces instructional DVDs, commercials, and has a DVD duplication service.
Alan Stein’s Pro Power Training 2-Pack is now available! Stein shares 260 training drills to improve speed, quickness, reaction, strength, power, and explosiveness. The two training DVDs are titled:
Alan Stein is one of the country’s top performance training coaches. His passion, enthusiasm and innovative training techniques have made him one of the most sought after clinicians and strength coaches in the nation. Stein serves as a performance consultant for Nike Basketball and has tremendous experience working with elite level athletes in every major sport, including Kevin Durant and Michael Beasley. Players and coaches in any sport can utilize the concepts, principles and drills that Stein’s innovative system employs. Stein’s “Pro Power” Training 2-pack combines to offer you more than 260 drills to enhance athleticism for any athlete in any sport!
We have recently released three new performance training DVDs with Dr. Donald Chu. Dr. Chu has been credited with bringing “Plyometric Training” to the attention of the athletic world through his application of theoretical knowledge into practical demonstrations. Here’s your opportunity to implement proven drills to build speed and explosiveness into your team!
Create a “Wish List” this holiday season at www.ChampionshipProductions.com to save your family & friends 10% off the entire order! The offer is quite simple and will allow you to receive instructional DVDs as presents! Follow these instructions to receive the savings:
Hurry, this offer expires 12/31/2008 and is not valid on clinic registrations or previous purchases.
The 2008 Summer Olympic Games will be held in Beijing, China from August 8 to August 24, 2008. Approximately 10,500 athletes from 205 nations are expected to compete in 302 events in 28 sports, only one event more than what was held in 2004. The opening ceremony will kickoff the Olympics in Beijing National Stadium at 8:00pm CST on August 8 and competition will begin on August 9.