Albuquerque, NM – October 16, 2018 – New Mexico True Television, the travel show created to take viewers to every breathtaking corner of New Mexico, produced by Cliffdweller Digital, has been awarded its third Regional Emmy® Award in three years in the category of “Magazine Program – Program/Special.” 

The show aired regionally on both commercial and PBS stations, as well as public access in Albuquerque, and brought viewers across New Mexico, Southern Colorado, and West Texas face-to-face with fun and adventurous destinations and attractions in New Mexico.  

“We are proud to have been able to showcase our state with more than 200 stories that highlighted all that is unique and breathtaking around the state,” said Richard Holcomb, President/CEO of Cliffdweller Digital. “This is an incredible honor for us, and the fact that we have won an Emmy three years in a row is further testament to the show’s strong production value.”

New Mexico True Television explored the beauty, culture, history and the many things to see and do in the State of New Mexico. The show highlighted both the well-known and hidden treasures throughout the state. From hot air ballooning, white water rafting, mountain biking, fishing and four-wheeling to hot springs, restaurants, galleries and museums, New Mexico True Television informed, excited and motivated viewers to get off the couch and on the road to see more of the many exciting destinations and activities New Mexico has to offer.  

“For all in the TV production business, winning an EMMY® is on everyone’s bucket list,” added Holcomb. “It is such an honor to be selected. Our entire team has worked incredibly hard from the very beginning to ensure that each and every one of the New Mexico True Television episodes produced was deserving of such an honor. We are humbled, and at the same time elated over our win.”

For more information or to view Cliffdweller Digital’s work, go here.

For episodes of New Mexico True Television, visit here.

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