Leo wins another Hometown Media Award

Leo Mahoney’s short film, Sawdust, The Art of Ken Packie, has won best "Documentary - Access Center Professional" in the 2016 Hometown Media Awards. Sponsored by the Alliance For Community Media (AMC), the Hometown Media Awards recognize access center professionals and non-professionals across the nation and in 31 different categories, from Children’s Programming to Community Events and everything in between. This is the fourth AMC award given to CTSB. In 2008, Ann Jon won first place in Visual Arts for Sculpture Now. The 2009, award for Best Informational Feature was given to Leo Mahoney for The Shroud of Turin, Is This A Photograph of Jesus Christ?  In 2006, Leo won the “Best Promotion/PSA” award for Word Game.

The Home Town Media award winners
will be honored at the Hometown Media Awards Celebration on Friday, August 19th in Boston, Massachusetts, in conjunction with the 2016 Annual AMC Conference.

2016 CATA Performance—Wallflowers

Recorded at Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox, Massachusetts on May 15, 2016.
Video production by Community Television for the Southern Berkshires

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