Telideo Productions, Inc., a Denver-based video marketing, production and animation company, announced today that its video, The Hamiltons Take to the Open Road: Dialysis Journey picked up a Bronze award in the prestigious 42nd Telly Awards. This is the second time Telideo has competed. The video won the award in the General Business-to-Consumer Branded Content category.
In 2019, Deb, a patient of U.S. Renal Care living with End-Stage Renal Disease requiring regular dialysis, and her husband Angus Hamilton were able to complete a cross-country motorcycle trip. Their journey spanned 26 days, 28 stops, and more than 5,700 miles. Deb’s care team organized ten supply deliveries across the country and the latest home dialysis technology to complete the trip. U.S. Renal Care, Inc. and Baxter International, Inc. hired Telideo to capture the journey and tell the Hamiltons’ story.
“Receiving recognition for our work is rewarding, but the real reward was the opportunity to work on these projects, especially the patient testimonial we produced for U.S. Renal Care and Baxter,” said Peter Horton, Founder and CEO of Telideo. “Being able to join Deb and Angus and document parts of their amazing journey was truly a wonderful experience. Knowing that the story we captured and produced has had a positive impact on other dialysis patients makes the win even more rewarding.”
“Telideo did a phenomenal job capturing and telling such an important story. Many people who require dialysis may think travel is not possible, but Deb and Angus’ story and this video show that is just not the case”, said Sarah Young, Senior Marketing Manager at U.S. Renal Care. “We’ve received so much feedback on the video, and it has really become an impactful educational tool as we talk to patients about home care”.
Telideo also received a Bronze award for its animated production Introduction to PULSE for Trimble, Inc’s construction asset management software, Trimble PULSE. They received the award in the General Business-to-Business Branded Content category. This is the fourth Telly Award Telideo has won for its animation work.
The Telly Awards program was founded in 1979 to honor video and television content for all screens. It is judged by the Telly Award Judging Council, a group of video and television experts across the entertainment, publishing, advertising and emerging technology industries.