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How are the Telly Awards judged?


May 18, 2009 by admin

The judges rate each entry on a 100-point scale. Generally, entries with a score from the judges of 90 or higher are awarded a “Silver Telly” statuette, the highest honor. Entries with an average score of 70 to 89 from the judges are awarded a “Bronze Telly” statuette for outstanding achievement. Entries do not compete against each other. Rather, they compete against a high standard of excellence. The Silver Council, the judging and oversight body, is comprised of top advertising and video production professionals that are past winners of a Silver Telly, the highest honor, and have been chosen for membership based on their professional accomplishments.


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