GatorVision Video Production Earns Pair of Honors During 2020 Telly Awards

Courtesy of UF Athletic Association

The creative video team took home two Telly Awards for content created during the 2019-20 athletic season.

GatorVision, the University Athletic Association’s official live and on-demand video content team, received honors during the 2020 Telly Awards for their production of two videos during the 2019-20 athletic season.

The Creative Video staff collaborates with numerous departments in the Athletic Association and works directly with student-athletes and coaches throughout all 21 University of Florida sports to create team and player video and social content to ultimately tell the story of Gator athletics.

The Telly Awards honors excellence in video and television across all screens and is judged by leaders from video platforms, television, streaming networks, and production companies.

Gold Telly Winner: Social Videos
Florida Baseball: The Last Opening Day
Produced and Edited by: Nicole Reighter
Voiceover by: Nate Terrell
Written by: Nicole Reighter, Shelby Granath
Associate Producers: Zach Dirlam, Steven Donlan, Sam Stolte

The 2019-20 campaign marked the final season for Alfred A. McKethan Stadium, which has been the home of Gator baseball since 1988. Prior to their final home opener at The Mac on Feb. 14, the content team produced this piece to honor the stadium that holds a special place in many hearts across Gator Nation.

Bronze Telly Winner: Videographer / Cinematography
Gator Rewind: Florida vs. Auburn
Dennis Black, Nicole Reighter, Alex Febles, Jacob Lovelace, Jon Santos, Randy Mickens, and Travis Chapman

This “Gator Rewind” gave Gator fans exclusive content for the festivities before, during, and after Florida’s 24-13 homecoming victory over Auburn on Oct. 5 this year in The Swamp.