When it comes to Telly Awards,
Curiosity Quest Goes Green is “racking them up”
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./July 2013 --- National PBS Show “Curiosity Quest Goes Green” has recently been awarded with their 16th Telly Award. The episode that was bestowed this honor is the “Kids and Recycling” episode. Created in partnership with Mojave Dessert and Mountain Recycling, the “Kids and Recycling” episode follows Greene as he ventures through the Victorville Valley MRF to answer various letters from kids wanting to learn about the recycling process. “We were so excited that we were able to use not one, but five “quest letters” from kids AND we were able to put all five of these kids on camera!” says Greene.
The Telly Awards honor the very best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web.
Joel Greene, host of Curiosity Quest presents newest Telly Award to producer Melissa Duke
“Curiosity Quest Goes Green” was started by host, Joel Greene as an offshoot of the popular local TV show Curiosity Quest., which was created in 2001 as a way to bring families together through quality entertainment. Curiosity Quest and Curiosity Quest Goes Green now reach all of Southern California viewers and 120+PBS stations nationwide. Greene invites children to write to the show with curiosities in regards to the environment, and then devotes an entire episode to answering their questions in a fun and educational way. Filming is typically done on-site and involves hands-on learning with local children and community and business leaders. Curiosity Quest Goes Green airs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30PM on KVCR/PBS, channel 24.
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