Long Island Company Wins 3 Major Film Competitions

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  12. May 2015

Lynbrook, NY - May 11, 2015 - Competing in International Film competitions with over 12,000 entries from major players in media and business, Lynbrook NY based TeleTime Productions has taken home 3 prestigious awards on behalf of 3 different clients. A Gold Communicator* for a program for The Orthodox Union, A Silver Communicator for a documentary for The Engelberg Foundation with Mt. Sinai and a Telly** for a presentation for Hillel International.

Winning any one of these awards is significant for a media organization and its community, taking home 3 indicates there is something special happening in Lynbrook. In fact, in the last 3 years, TeleTime has won 9 different awards.

TeleTime was started by Nan and Harold Klein of Woodmere, NY in 1976 while they were dating in Brooklyn College. Nan and Harold were pioneers in video that moved home and business to Long Island after they were married in 1978.

TeleTime has produced programs for some of the largest companies in the world since then and has recently devoted considerable efforts to work for Non Profits at discounted costs enabling TeleTime to give back in the way that it can. Most of the recent awards are for these efforts in the Non Profit communities.

“Being able to enable incredible organizations bring greater awareness and raise needed funds is most gratifying for the entire team at TeleTime” says Nan Klein, President.

What is interesting that TeleTime attracts clients from around the world and talent from Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan to Lynbrook.

Currently, TeleTime continues to create all kinds of marketing and educational videos for corporations while producing more for the Non Profit community. With a concentration in programming for entrepreneurial communications, TeleTime is currently producing with Hillel International what is one its most significant programs to date, “The Bible of Business.” This is a series of videos featuring wildly success Jewish Entrepreneurs sharing their journeys, guidance and messaging of giving back, due out in Fall 2015.

*The Communicator awards are judged by panelists who sit on the panels of the Oscar and Emmy Awards.

**The Telly is one of the most sought-after awards in the film and TV industry. The annual competition features a pool of over 12,000 entrants that includes the likes of ESPN, FOX, Showtime Networks, Bloomberg, Bravo and Conde Nast Entertainment. 

A prestigious panel judges from over 500 accomplished industry professionals including executives from NBC Universal, MTV Networks, Discovery Communications, Comcast Spotlight, BET Networks, Harpo Studios, Sesame Workshop and Time Life.

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