Avid Celebrates Its Creative Publishing Customers for Multiple Emmy Award Wins and Nominations
/EIN News/ — Avid users recognized at the 74th annual Primetime Emmy Awards for their work on award-winning programs, including Succession and Ted Lasso
BURLINGTON, Mass., Sept. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Greedy® (Nasdaq: Avid) congratulates its award-winning and nominated clients for their outstanding achievements at 74e Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards, including Outstanding Drama and Comedy Series winners Succession and Ted Lasso, respectively. Highlighting the trend of remote collaboration for his editing work using Passionate multimedia composer® from New Zealand with producer Peter Jackson, Jabez Olssen won Best Picture Editing for a Non-Fiction Program for The Beatles: Come Back. Presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), the awards recognize the best in primetime television and the behind-the-scenes craftsmanship that makes it possible.
This year’s nominees deserve an extra round of applause for their hard work at the most competitive Emmy Awards ever, with scripted TV series submissions hitting an all-time high this year. Virtually all of the nominees as well as the winners of this year’s Outstanding Drama and Comedy Series awards have relied on Media Composer editing software to deliver productions such as Barry, Succession, Stranger Things, Better Call Saul, Euphoria, Calamari Game, Only Murders In The Building, Hacks, Ted Lassoand Ozark, among many others.
HBO’s returning hit show, barry, won the Emmy for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series, while earning two other awards among its 14 Emmy nominations. Cutting across Avid Media Composer, Ali Greer, received his Emmy for “Starting Now,” the show’s gripping season three finale.
“Start editing on barry is a dream come true and I couldn’t be more honored to be recognized by my fellow editors and the television academy,” Greer said. “I am grateful to collaborate with an incredible team. None of this is possible without them. Fortunately, we can work together seamlessly thanks to Avid’s project sharing capabilities. Finding the right balance between humor and drama is a difficult part of editing barry but, with Avid’s ScriptSync®shaping performance becomes much easier.
“Our creative community of users relied on Media Composer to help them deliver another year of totally captivating entertainment, from feel-good moments to thrilling moments and series,” said Jeff Rosica, CEO and President of Avid. “As a team at Avid, we are thrilled to see our customers win big and receive Emmy recognition for pushing the boundaries of storytelling in television and film.
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