SAN FRANCISCO – June 4, 2016 – The teams at Daniel Brian Advertising and Valley Children’s Healthcare in California won an Emmy for Best Cinematography at the 45th Annual Northern California Area Emmy Awards ceremony this past weekend. DBA’s SVP of Production, Christian Stoehr, accepted the award on behalf of John Tarver, who served as Director of Photography for the TV spot, “Futures Worth Fighting For.”
The spot was the result of six months of development. “Futures Worth Fighting For” debuted in February 2015, and features doctors, nurses and staff members and their dedication to providing comprehensive health care for children.
“The beauty of this spot is that it is authentic,” said Megan DiBattista, DBA Account Executive for Valley Children’s. “The people at Valley Children’s truly care about children. They are completely dedicated to providing them with the best possible health care services available.”
This most recent Emmy for DBA is in addition to more than 30 others that the agency has received over the years.
“We are so proud to work with clients like Valley Children’s,” said Dan Cobb, CEO of DBA. “With clients like this, we really are able to commit to our goal of creating better brands for a better human condition.”
About Daniel Brian Advertising
Daniel Brian Advertising (DBA) is an independent, full-service advertising and technology agency located in Rochester, Mich. Showcasing more than 22 years in the ad industry, DBA revolves around creating better brands for a better human condition. DBA specializes in industries such as health care/health services, fast food, financial services, higher education, government, and insurance.
About Valley Children’s Healthcare
The Valley Children’s Healthcare system incorporates Valley Children’s Hospital, the medical foundation, and a network of physicians, clinics and satellite facilities throughout the region – the neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) are owned and operated in Fresno, Hanford and Merced, and the specialty care centers in Modesto, Merced, Madera, Bakersfield and Visalia, partnership locations, and primary care physicians and clinics.
Valley Children’s Hospital is a nonprofit, state-of-the-art children’s hospital on a 50-acre campus with a medical staff of more than 550 physicians. In California, the hospital treats more inpatient cases than any pediatric hospital north of San Diego. With 358 licensed beds, Valley Children’s Hospital is one of the largest hospitals of its type in the nation. The hospital is also the first children’s hospital west of the Rockies to receive Magnet Nursing designation, the highest nursing benchmark in the world, and it is one of fewer than 10 pediatric intensive care units in the nation to receive the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence.