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Author Gregory Copley, who presents the show, with award-winning director Sheldon Altfeld on the set of The Art of Victory television special in Burbank, California, in early 2007.

The Art of Victory Television Special Winning Awards and Now Being Presented to Global Audience

The Art of Victory documentary brings the message to a wider audience

The Television Syndication Company Inc., based in Longwood, Florida, was signed in March 2008 as the exclusive worldwide distribution company for the mutli-award winning documentary based on The Art of Victory book.

Click here to see details of the awards won by The Art of Victory documentary.

Mary Joyce, at the Syndication company, is negotiating worldwide placement of the program. She can be reached by email at Mary@tvsco.com, or by telephone on +1 (407) 788-6407.

Final editing of the one-hour television special of The Art of Victory was completed in the Burbank, California, studios of StormMaker Productions in early July 2007. The show was directed by four-time Emmy winner — and 12-time Emmy nominee — Sheldon Altfeld.

StormMaker Productions of North Hollywood, California, provided production facilities, and undertook the extensive and dramatic editing and graphics content for the show. StormMaker’s Steffanie Siebrand served as Associate Producer.

Copley noted: “We were very lucky to have the undivided attention of one of the world’s greatest television directors, Sheldon Altfeld, who — along with the team at StormMaker — really believed in what we were doing.”

“After all, few professionals in television have such an impressive list of credentials as Sheldon Altfeld, winner of four Emmy Awards, and a dozen Emmy nominations. Sheldon has produced, written and/or directed more than 3,500 TV shows for NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, Metromedia, Fox, Disney and various cable networks. As well, he has produced more than 5,000 hours of radio programming and more than 200 stage productions. Sheldon Altfeld is regarded as one of the great pioneers of cable television.”

“If anyone was to direct this program, and the possible follow-up series on The Art of Victory’s maxims, we couldn’t have had a better choice than Sheldon Altfeld and the team at StormMaker.”

The initial one-hour program was shot in California as well as in the Washington, DC, area

     



 
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