Platinum and Gold Viddy Awards!

Mind & Media is proud to announce that we have won three Viddy Awards!

Recognizing & Reporting Suspected Victims of Human Trafficking,” a video we produced for Department of Homeland Security, Office of Public Engagement (DHS OPE) won a Platinum Viddy Award in the Long-Form Videos >3 minutes, Government category. This five-minute awareness video was developed to help first responders from FEMA and other organizations understand that in their door-to-door role, they may witness signs of potential human trafficking. By learning what to look for and who to report to, first responders may be able to save lives. See it here:

Mind & Media’s own sizzle reel won a Gold Viddy in the Short-Form Web Videos <3 minutes category. This silent, one-minute showcase of some of our recent video highlights was put together for use on our website. See it here:

Finally, one of our videos for Appalachian Regional Commission won an Honorable Mention in the Conference category. “Greetings from Matewan” tells the story of Matewan, West Virginia…its history, its struggles as the center of the labor movement in the United States, and what it has to offer to residents and visitors today. See it here:

About the Viddys

Viddy Awards is an international competition honoring video excellence in a digital world. Viddy traces its roots to 1994 when it was known as the Videographer Awards. Viddy Awards is administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The organization has judged over 200,000 entries since its formation in 1994. Judges are industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. Entries receiving scores of 90-100 are Platinum Winners. Scores of 80-89 are Gold Winners and 70-79 are Honorable Mention Winners. There may be no winners or multiple winners in a category.