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Ondo Media of Columbus Ohio, is proud to announce it has been awarded two Emmys® from the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The story of Kraft Memorial Stadium in Elida received an Emmy® Award in the category of Sports Feature, Saturday evening in Lawrenceburg Indiana. The 4-minute feature film tells the story of Elida’s Football stadium named after student athlete, Roger Kraft, who lost his life in 1959 after a helmet-to-helmet head injury.
In the category of Lighting, Ondo Media was presented with his third Emmy for the music video entitled “Inspire Me”. The video was composed and performed by Columbus recording artist Cedric Easton and filmed at the Peggy R. McConnell Art Center of Worthington in February of 2015.
We have an abundance of amazing people and stories right here in Ohio to tell.
“It’s an honor to win these awards, but hugely rewarding to have it directly connected to both my High School Alma Mattar and a great arts center that I get to instruct at. I’m very grateful to Jon Cook, Executive Director, and Andy Herron, Operations Director of the McConnell Arts Center, who the Inspire Me video happen,” said Ondo.
The Ohio Valley Chapter of NATAS, who presented the award, represents television markets such as Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton & Louisville KY and is part of the same organization which hosts the national awards broadcast in the fall. Ondo Media won it’s first Emmy in 2014 for the documentary entitled “Echoes of Gomer School.” in the category of photography.
“I’m grateful to be honored by my peers for this; we just have an abundance of amazing people and stories right here in Ohio to tell.”
Ondo Media specializes in commerical and documentary video and film production.