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Warner/Chappell Production Music Wins 2016 PromaxBDA Award


Warner/Chappell Production Music has won a 2016 PromaxBDA Local Gold Award, for Use of Original Music in a Promo. This is the second consecutive year Warner/Chappell Production Music has won in this category. 

Larry Mowry, weather guy.
Larry Mowry, weather guy.

The winning piece, “Listen to Larry”, was created in conjunction with KTVT-TV, and was used to promote the accuracy and dependability of KTVT-TV’s weather broadcast. You can view this work here.

Warner/Chappell Production Music’s president and CEO Randy Wachtler stated, “I’m thrilled this fantastic collaboration with KTVT-TV has won! We are proud to have been a part of this popular campaign.”

Mark Agent, Warner/Chappell Production Music’s director of licensing for local television added, “Warner/Chappell Production Music is proud of this award and our collaboration with KTVT. The Texas style of music showcases the pride that the viewers have in their state.”

The PromaxBDA Local Awards celebrates and honors the best in local media, driving excellence, creativity, and innovation from the local market each year. The Local Awards are presented yearly at Station Summit, where networks, station groups, syndicators, and local broadcasters discuss issues, trends and emerging business opportunities that ultimately lead to success in local television.

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