Verizon Wireless Network Wins Cinema Without Borders Seal of Excellence Award


Burbank, CA, April 20, 2015 —Cinema Without Borders, an independent publication dedicated to Independent and International Cinema, has declared the Verizon Wireless Network as the winner of its Seal of Excellence Award for its excellence in wireless performance and video streaming.

The 2015 iteration of the prestigious Seal of Excellence Award—received in the past by HP Workstations, the Palm Springs International Short-Fest Film Festival, Adobe, and Mitsubishi—is bestowed upon the Verizon Wireless Network for excellence in the field of streaming video to serve both professional filmmakers and film fans. Our editors tasked the Verizon Wireless network in challenging situations and remote areas, working on location and streaming video. After experiencing the service’s outstanding performance, they unanimously voted for Verizon Wireless Network to receive Cinema Without Borders’ Seal of Excellence Award.

In response to Verizon receiving the award, Ken Muche, director of Public Relations in Southern California Region for Verizon Wireless said, “The old adage is true—your device is only as good as the network it’s on, and this Seal of Excellence Award from Cinema Without Boarders is confirmation of that. In an era when mobile video is king for both consumers and producers of video content, being on the fastest and most reliable wireless network make all the difference because every moment matters in business and life. “


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Luz Aguado

Luz Aguado was born in Guanajuato, Mexico and grew up in East Los Angeles. She is the oldest of four siblings. Prior to attending The Art Institute, Luz was a student at the University of California Riverside where she studied biology and aspired to become a medical doctor. Now she studies Media Arts and Animation at The Art Institute of Los Angeles and hopes of one day having the opportunity to work for Disney Animation Studios. Three dimensional animation and the innovative techniques that have given animation a more realistic appearance is something that she wishes to focus on while at The Art Institute.

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