Nashville, TN (June 22, 2007) -- 615 Music's president and CEO, Randy Wachtler, has announced the company's latest awards and honors.
615 Music was part of the team that just last week won a Silver Promax Award in New York, in the category Broadcast Networks, News Program Campaign Using One or More Media. 615 Music's win was in conjunction with their original music for The Today Show's "It's A New Day" promotional campaign, on behalf of client The NBC Agency, East Coast. The NBC Agency, East Coast, and 615 Music also won a Campaigns of Distinction Award as voted on by TV Week magazine and by Promax.
615 Music is also the recent recipient of a Cine Golden Eagle Award for its song for NBC News in New York, "Everywhere," which was written by Tom Snider and Randy Wachtler of 615 Music. Executive producer/creative director of the song was Frank Radice of NBC.
In addition, 615 Music was recently nominated for a National Emmy Award, for the company's "It's a New Day Today" theme music for The Today Show. Greg Barnhill, Randy Wachtler of 615 Music, and Frank Radice of NBC wrote the song.
615 Music's song "Tuesday's Tears," written by Larry McDaniel and produced by 615 Music for WTVJ-TV/Miami, which was dedicated to the Katrina Hurricane survivors, also won a 2007 PROMAX award, in the category of Best Music Package/Post Score or Instrumental Theme With or Without Vocals. Separately, "Tuesday's Tears" was the winner of a Silver Telly Award, the highest honor, in the category TV Programs, Segments, Promotion Use of Original Music.