Exton, PA, June 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Media Supply, Inc., of Exton, Pennsylvania, was recognized for outstanding achievement in the Neographics 2010 Power of Print® Competition for its submission of Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin, a complete DVD printing and packaging project produced by Question Why Films. Competing against hundreds of entries from printing and graphic firms throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, Media Supply received a Franklin Award for Excellence. The announcement was made on May 6, 2010, during the Graphic Arts Association’s 2010 Neographics Exhibition and Award Ceremony, held at the Union League with more than 450 professionals in attendance. The Neographics Competition is the largest and oldest regional printing competition in the nation.
“Media Supply is pleased to accept the Franklin Award,” said Frank Quinlisk, Vice President of Media Supply. “We have been lucky to work with a tremendous client in Bennett Singer of Question Why Films, whose Brother Outsider DVD has given us a chance to print and package an outstanding production. We are proud of our team at Media Supply, and this achievement is an honor for everyone here and at Question Why Films.”
About Media Supply, Inc. - Media Supply, Inc. offers DVD, CD & USB duplication services designed to meet the requirements of those wishing to distribute information in data, audio or video form. The company’s key products are DVD, CD & Blu-ray publishers; DVD, CD & Blu-ray duplicators; Digital Color disc printing services; and Premium Quality DVD, CD & Blu-ray Recordable Media. Media Supply is headquartered in Exton, Pennsylvania. For more information, visit their website at www.mediasupply.com or call 1.800.944.4237.
About The Graphic Arts Association - The Graphic Arts Association is a 350-plus-member trade association headquartered in Trevose, PA representing the printing industry in Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware. The Graphic Arts Association is an affiliate of Printing Industries of America.
About Question Why Films, LLC – Question Why Films, LLC is an independent production company with offices in New York City and Berkeley, California, that specializes in social-issue documentaries for film and television. Founded by Nancy D. Kates and Bennett Singer, the company produced Brother Outsider, a feature-length documentary portrait of the late civil rights and peace activist Bayard Rustin. A native of West Chester, Pennsylvania, Rustin was a mentor to Martin Luther King, Jr. and the key organizer of the historic 1963 March on Washington. Brother Outsider—described as “brilliant” (Wall Street Journal), “poignant” (TIME), and “beautifully crafted” (Boston Globe)—premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was broadcast nationally on PBS, is currently airing on Logo/MTV, and garnered more than 25 awards in the U.S. and abroad. The award-winning DVD package was designed by Rachel Smith. To learn more, visit www.rustin.org.