Artbound Wins at 2014 National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards | KCET
Artbound Wins at 2014 National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards
Artbound was presented with the First Place Award for "Documentary or Special Program, Short" at the 7th Annual National Entertainment Journalism Awards for our piece "Mexicali Rose" and the First Place Award for Best Use of Social Media for Artbound. Artbound also took second place for Best Entertainment Website. The awards were presented during a gala ceremony held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel on Nov. 23, 2014. Hosted by The Los Angeles Press Club, the awards recognize journalistic excellence in print, radio, television, and the internet. See the full list of winners here.
Judge's comments, Mexicali Rose:
"KCET's moving documentary about a grass roots group, Mexicali
Rose, encouraging Mexicali, Baja California, youth to use its free artistic materials is an
inspiration to all art groups working to give disadvantaged youngsters a chance to use
Judge's comments, Best Use of Social Media, Artbound:
"Fantastically updated Facebook and YouTube pages showing
true dedication and an eye for the creative. Very well done and a joy to look at and
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