While we at ITV don't measure our success by trophies, we do appreciate being acknowledged by our peers in the industry for the quality of our work. Our mission is to produce programming that both educates and entertains, and we're proud that many of our programs have been recognized for excellence:
ITV solidifies FREDDIE total domination as winner of 2 Categories in 2009 and Finalist distinction in an additional 7 categories for myriad productions spanning Children's Health to rare diseases such as Alpha-1 Deficiency. Including:
The episode entitled "Mysterious Syndrome Called CAPS" received a FREDDIE in the category of Coping.
The episode entitled "Managing Weight Issues in Children" received a FREDDIE in the category of Nutrition & Diet.
Additionally, ITV recieved nominations in 7 categories: Allergies & Asthma, Children's Health, Health Education, Health Series, Oncology, Stroke & Heart Disease and Surgery.
ITV returned to the FREDDIE award competition in 2008, submitting 10 entries and recieving nominations in 4 categories. Including:
The episode entitled "Obesity" received a FREDDIE in the category of Healthy and Wellness.
Additionally, ITV recieved nominations in 3 categories: Health Series, Inflammatory Disease, and Surgery.
In 2007, ITV was a multiple winner of FREDDIE Awards, receiving the honor for programs on Epilepsy, PI, Childhood Cancers, Glaucoma, and MRSA.
The episode entitled "Epilepsy Defined" received a FREDDIE in the category of Neurological Disorders.
Additionally, ITV was a finalist in the categories Basic and Clinical Science, Children's Health, Community Health, and Infectious Diseases.
ITV was recognized as "returning veteran of the FREDDIE awards" with more of the prestigious international health & medical media awards than any otherentrant in the history of the event.
The Healthy Body, Healthy Mind episode "Oral Health" received a FREDDIE in the category of Dentistry.
Additionally, the Healthy Body Healthy Mind public television series was distinguished with a nomination for Best Series.
FREDDIE awards finalists for 2006 included "Pulmonary Fibrosis" in the category of Basic and Clinical Science, "Influenza" in the category of Community Health, "Lung Cancer: Improving Survival" in the category of Health Education, "Living with Prostate Cancer" in category Men's Health, and finally "PAD: Understanding Leg Pain" in the category of Stroke & Heart Disease.
Early in 2005, the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons presented Information Television Network with the 2005 Media Award for excellence in communicating a better understanding of colon and rectal diseases. ITV's program "Advanced Colon Cancer," which aired nationally on the PBS network, was the honoree.
ITV maintains its FREDDIE record, taking home an award in the category of Nutrition and Diet, and receiving the finalist designation for an additional three awards. The "Preparing for Pregnancy" segment of "Art of Women's Health" received the FREDDIE in the category "Nutrition and Diet". "Health for Life" segment "Healthy Aging" was a finalist in the "Geriatrics category". "Deep Vein Thrombosis" was a finalist in the "Prevention" category, and the "Art of Women's Health" segment "Well Woman Exam" was a finalist in the "Women's Health" category.
ITV continued the tradition of excellence in programming with a FREDDIE in the category of Arthritis and Inflammatory Diseases for it's show titled Psoriasis, part of the Healthy Body, Healthy Mind series. Additionally, ITV was the producer of nine programs receiving the finalist distinction from the prestigious health awards show.
In 2003, ITV was a multiple winner of FREDDIE Awards, receiving the honor for a program on Obesity that was part of the "Health For Life" series and another for "The Cutting Edge Medical Report" on Early Breast Cancer Detection.
Top honors were also bestowed by the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) for a program on Colon Cancer.
Rounding out the recognition for 2003, was a program on Internal Infections that was selected as a finalist for the Global Awards and the 20th International Television Science Programme Festival at Image and Science, France.
ITV won four AURORA Awards including: Platinum Best of Show for Techno 2100 series episode XML: The Future of the Web and a Gold AURORA for Techno 2100: E-Signatures. The Cutting Edge Medical Report won the Gold for Rheumatoid Arthritis and an episode on Mitral Valve Prolapse.
The Cutting Edge Medical Report: Managing Type 2 Diabetes: Achieving a Healthier Lifestyle won a prestigeous 2002 FREDDIE Award. Three others were finalists, including Kids Healthworks for best series.
Excellence in Media recognized The Cutting Edge Medical Report with two Silver Angel Awards.
Two Gold and Two Silver 2002 ADDY Awards were presented to ITV's Creative Services Department.
In 2001 ITV won an EMMY Award from the Suncoast National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for Kids Healthworks as best Information Oriented Program Series.
Time Inc. Health recognized The Cutting Edge Medical Report with two FREDDIES, and seven others were finalists in the competition. The winning episodes were: Diabetes: A National Epidemic, and Ovarian Cancer: The Silent Pretender.
The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons recognized ITV with the National Media Award for an episode entitled Preventing Colon/Rectal Cancer.
ITV won a Platinum Best of Show for Scoliosis: Defeating the Curve and a Gold statuette from the prestigious AURORA Awards for The Clean Air Act (from the Techno 2100 series.)
ITV was honored with three TELLY Awards for Designing Smarter Schools and Hazardous Waste, both of the Techno 2100 series, and Bloodless Medicine (The Cutting Edge Medical Report).
Two Silver 2001 ADDY Awards were presented to ITV's Creative Services Department.
Three 2000 FREDDIE Awards won Best of Show Statues: Advanced Prostate Cancer (The Cutting Edge Medical Report), Agriculture Meets Medicine: Designing Healthier Foods (Healthy Body, Healthy Mind), and The Youngest Victims: HIV & AIDS in Children (Kids Healthworks.) ITV had Nine finalists in the competition and was the only producer to win multiple awards.
An ANGEL Award was presented for Kids Healthworks by Excellence in Media based on artistic excellence and ethical value.
The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) bestowed their 2001 National Media Award for the episode Asthma: One Breath at a Time.
Two "Best of Show" silver statues in the 2000 AURORA Awards for Pancreatic Cancer: Search for the Cure and Bloodless Medicine: Transfusion Free Surgery, the top ASCRS Award was bestowed for Colon Cancer (all from The Cutting Edge Medical Report.) In addition, two Gold 2000 ADDY Awards were presented to ITV's Creative Services Department.
In 1999 & Earlier
4 GRACIE Awards (AWRT)
A Gold Medal in the New York Festivals
3 Freddie Awards
11 Aurora Awards
1 Dialogue Award
3 Omni Awards
7 Communicator Awards 2 Crystal Awards of Excellence
A Museum of Broadcast Communications Award
A PSA Award National Mature Media Gold Award
3 Gold ADDY Awards
Diet and the Healthy Child (Kids Healthworks) and Brain Tumor (The Cutting Edge Medical Report) won Crystal Awards of Excellence. Hazardous Waste (Techno 2100) and Breast Cancer (The Cutting Edge Medical Report) won Awards of Distinction, and Designing Smarter Schools won an Honorable Mention, as well.
Top honors in the 21st Annual TELLY Awards: A Silver Statue for Rediscovering Depression, and 2 bronze awards for Cystic Fibrosis: The Race Against Time and Understanding Shingles (all from The Cutting Edge Medical Report.) These winners were selected from a field of more than 10,000 entries from competitors such as Columbia Pictures, Paramount TV, and other major production companies.