Opry Entertainment Group Honored With Eleven 2018 Telly Awards

Pictured (L-R): Associate Producer Aaron Brick, Director of Production Martin Fischer, Producer Ben Stansbury, Ashley McBryde, Opry Entertainment Group President Steve Buchanan, Producer Jill Wildermann and Videographer Joshua Harrison

Opry Entertainment Group, a division of Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc., was recognized for their online content series winning accolades in six categories. Within Opry Entertainment Group, the digital content team is made up of filmmakers who produce web content covering lifestyle, food, cocktails, music and more across the social channels of their entertainment brands including the Grand Ole Opry, Opry City Stage, Ole Red, Ryman Auditorium and 650 AM WSM. All of the content is published on YouTube, where together, the channels exceed half a million subscribers and over 225 million views.

“These honors spotlight our commitment to creating and producing superior quality content featuring unique approaches to storytelling,” said Steve Buchanan, President, Opry Entertainment Group. “We are thrilled and proud that the Opry Entertainment video production team was acknowledged for their truly exceptional work. I’m proud of our team who consistently produces content that appeals to a broad range of country music.”

Telly Award wins included:

Gold
“Backstage at the Ryman – St. Paul and the Broken Bones” (Documentary: Individual)
“My Opry Debut – Ashley McBryde” (Live Events)

Silver
“My Opry Debut – Ashley McBryde” (Editing)
“Better Half – Shelly Brown – Jewelry” (Videography/Cinematography)
“Better Half – Shelly Brown – Camp Southern Ground” (Documentary: Individual)
“Opry Induction – Chris Young” (Documentary Individual)

Bronze
“The Set List” (Web Series: Music)
“Another Round – Dur Demarion / Headquarters Beercade / Dose Café & Dram” (Travel/Tourism)
“Fandom – Fully Committed: Zamily” (Documentary: Individual)
“My Opry Debut – Midland” (Documentary: Individual)
“Fandom – Fully Committed: BG Nation” (Documentary: Individual)

“It’s a pleasure working with this extraordinary team of filmmakers, producing such a diverse range of content that not only tells the story of the Opry, Ryman and the city of Nashville – but also the artists that perform on these stages,” remarked Martin Fischer, Director of Production.

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