The ink barely dry on its nationwide syndication deal with show creator and producer Liza deGuia to carry her newest season of food.curated. on SBTV, Syncbak today announced the show has received recognition as a Telly Award Winner. Long hailed the world’s largest honor for video and television across all screens with selections made by an elite group of television and video industry leaders, The Telly Awards announced this year’s winners on May 21, marking the organization’s 40-year anniversary.
Previously named a James Beard Award winner for Best Food Videos, food.curated. creator and producer Liza deGuia is no stranger to success in television. Her popular food documentary series is rooted in a foundational belief that truly good food has a person and story behind it. The perfect outlet to tell these stories, food.curated. introduces audiences to inspiring local food makers to discover new dishes and go behind-the-scenes to celebrate the art of food.
“I’ve always said food.curated. is the best content television has to offer,” said Jack Perry, founder and CEO of Syncbak. “Liza is a true friend of Syncbak, she’s been with us from the beginning and we’re thrilled she has received this award. There is no one more deserving. food.curated. raises the bar for programming, specifically in OTT. Our broadcasters license the show because it’s beautifully produced and its wildly popular with their local audiences,” added Perry.
food.curated. airs weekly in New York, NY on NYC Life, but you can catch her current stories now available nationwide via OTT on SBTV. For a list of all the 40th Annual Telly Award winners, visit www.tellyawards.com/winners.