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November 16, 2021 4:50pm
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Vying for the Maxwell Weinberg Award for Television Publicity Campaign are the individuals and teams behind Season 2 of the CW’s Batwoman and the inaugural runs of Apple TV+’s Emmy-laden Ted Lasso, Amazon’s The Underground Railroad and Disney+’s Wandavision. Read the details below.
ICG Publicists Guild
The Weinberg prize honors active members working in television whose achievements in publicity and promotion during the previous calendar year are deemed outstanding. The winner will be honored at the guild’s 59th annual trophy show, set for March 25 at the Beverly Hilton.
“Though this year has been challenging in so many respects, the four nominated TV publicity campaigns each exemplify the best strategic planning and targeted implementation, delivering vast television viewing audiences,” said Tim Menke, who chairs the ICG Publicists Awards with Sheryl Main. “Apart from the difficulties that the pandemic has brought to everyone, these shows have each overcome specific problems in marketing to rise to the top.”
The ICG Publicists Guild is part of the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600.
Here are the nominees for the 2022 Maxwell Weinberg Award for Television Publicity campaign:
Batwoman, Season 2
Celia Sacks and Kristi Strupinsky,
Warner Bros. Television (airs on The CW)
Sarah Carragher, Apple TV+
(streams on Apple TV+)
The Underground Railroad
Denise Godoy Gregarek, Unit Publicist
Amazon Studios (streams on Prime Video)
John Pisani, Unit Publicist, and Local 600 Union publicists of Walt Disney Studios
(streams on Disney +)
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