From a field of more than 6,000 entries from throughout the U.S. and around the world, 911MEDIA’s projects have been selected for two 2020 Communicator Awards of Excellence and seven Awards of Distinction from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals.
Top law enforcement officials, peace officer and district attorneys’ associations, victims’ rights organizations and civic leaders from across the state have joined forces to speak out against Proposition 57, which will be voted on in California’s general election on November 8. More than 50 county district attorneys, 30 county sheriffs, 20 police chiefs, 30 congressional members and thousands of peace officers, crime victims and criminal justice advocates represented by over 45 associations unequivocally urge voters to vote No on Prop 57.
The members of California’s largest law enforcement organization now have a new and improved way to connect at www.PORAC.org. Designed and developed by 911MEDIA, the comprehensive website redesign for the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC) was launched on June 17 with an updated look, expanded content and enhanced features to better serve members and provide a voice for law enforcement on a statewide and national scale.
911MEDIA is proud to announce that it has been selected as a finalist in MIN’s highly competitive Best of the Web & Digital Awards website redesign category. Sites are judged on the before and after designs, and how the new design is meeting stated goals. MIN awards are considered the industry’s top honor for outstanding social media, Web and mobile achievements among consumer and business-to-business magazines, and winners will be announced at a special awards breakfast on May 11 in New York City.
911MEDIA Wins 2014 Summit International Leader Award for Sheriff’s Youth Foundation Website Redesign
911MEDIA has been honored with a 2014 Summit International Emerging Media Leader Award for its redesign of the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation’s website, www.sheriffsyouthfoundation.org. Since 1985, the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation of Los Angeles County (SYF) has been dedicated to providing youth with safe facilities, planned programs and the vital tools they need to thrive and succeed in life.