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CHICAGO, IL – Cinema/Chicago and the Chicago International Film Festival announced that the 49th Chicago International Film Festival Television Awards Gala will take place on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel Chicago, hosted by Jeanne Sparrow and Melissa Forman, the team from You & Me This Morning on WCIU.
 
As part of the event, journalist Walter Jacobson will be presented with a Chicago Legend Award. Jacobson has been an invaluable presence in Chicago television for fifty years. From WBBM to WFLD and back, he has captivated generations of audiences with his passion and unique perspectives. And, of course, his legendary partnership with Bill Kurtis is a totem of Chicago journalism history.
 
The Chicago International Film Festival Television Awards is an annual international television competition culminating in an Awards Ceremony that honors the best TV commercials and television productions from around the world. Included in the evening program are the presentations of Commitment to Excellence Awards to individuals or companies that have had a lasting impact on the medium of television.
                                                               
The evening includes a cocktail reception with savory hors d’oeuvres, followed by the Awards Ceremony in the main ballroom. Video clips from the winning productions will be screened along with surprise guests from the industry. Tickets are $75/person and are now available at www.chicagofilmfestival.com. 8-person tables are also available.
  
Recent competition winners include: American Masters, Criminal Minds, Law & Order, and many others. Television commercials winners include: Allstate, Audi, Bud Light, McDonald’s, Mercedes- Benz, among others. Commitment to Excellence Award recipients include: Kelsey Grammer, OPTIMUS, FRONTLINE, Bill Kurtis, WTTW, Carol Marin, and Ruth Ratny.
 
The 49th Chicago International Film Festival Television Awards is presented by Cinema/Chicago and the Chicago International Film Festival. Led by Major Partners American Airlines, DePaul University School of Cinema and Interactive Media, and Optimus; Evening partners include Stella Artois, Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel Chicago, WTTW11, Screen Magazine, ReelChicago and Shutterbox Entertainment.

 

About Cinema/Chicago                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Cinema/Chicago is a not-for-profit cultural and education organization dedicated to encouraging better understanding between cultures and to making a positive contribution to the art form of the moving image. The Television Awards is part of the year-round programs presented by Cinema/Chicago, which also include the Chicago International Film Festival, CineYouth Festival, Intercom Competition, International Summer Screenings Program, Black Perspectives and Educational Outreach.

 

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