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Angie Moreschi & Larry Wiezycki at the Emmys!

Big congratulations to our media team members Angie Moreschi and Larry Wiezycki for their Emmy wins Saturday night at the 38th Annual Suncoast Emmy Awards.  It was an exciting night of glitz and glamour as hundreds gathered in Fort Lauderdale to honor the best in broadcasting in the Southeast United States.

Larry won for excellence in Historical Documentaries for his work on JFK in Tampa: The 50th Anniversary.  Angie won two Emmys for her Consumer Wise segment which airs on Bay News 9 in Tampa and News 13 in Orlando– one  for excellence in Business/Consumer Reporting and another for On Camera Talent in Reporting.

Angie is our Communications Director and Investigative Producer here at James Hoyer, and Larry is our Creative Director.  They combine their award winning talents to produce powerful documentaries that the firm shares with the government and media to help educate them on our whistleblower cases. They are a great team and add a unique asset to the firm.

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Angie Moreschi accepting award — Angie and husband Chris Jadick

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Larry Wiezyck & producer Lynn Marvin Dingfelder accepting award — Larry & family

 

 

 

James Hoyer Media Team Members Nominated for Emmys

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James Hoyer Media Team – Angie Moreschi and Larry Wiezycki

Congratulations to our media team members Angie Moreschi and Larry Wiezycki.  Both have been nominated for Emmys in the 38th annual Suncoast Emmy Awards.

Larry’s nomination is for his work on the highly acclaimed PBS documentary JFK in Tampa: The 50th Anniversary.  Angie received two nominations for her Consumer Wise reports on Bay News 9 in Tampa and Central Florida News 13 in Orlando, one for Consumer/Business Reporting and the second for On-Camera Talent.

Angie is the Communications Director and Investigative Producer here at James Hoyer,  and Larry is our Creative Director. Together they produce the powerful documentaries the firm shares with the government and media to help educate them on our whistleblower cases.  They are a great team, and we are proud to have their talents as one of our assets here at the James Hoyer law firm.  Congratulations and good luck!

 

James Hoyer Creative Director Premieres JFK Documentary

VCI_JFK_Biboard_43857.inddJames Hoyer Creative Director Larry Wiezycki is the director and editor of a fascinating, new PBS documentary about President John F. Kennedy’s visit to Tampa just days before he was assassinated.

JFK in Tampa: The 50th Anniversary premiered November 7th at the Tampa Theatre to a standing room only crowd and will air multiple times on PBS stations throughout Florida, including WUSF TV channel 16 in Tampa.

The one hour documentary is the culmination of a two year project on which Larry collaborated with Tampa producer and writer Lynn Marvin Dingfelder.

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Larry Wiezycki, and Lynn Marvin Dingfelder at the premiere. Introduced by documentary narrator Frank Robertson

Capturing the Moment

The documentary team captured the stories of more than 50 people — dignitaries, members of the media, and average citizens who were touched by President Kennedy’s visit.

“It takes you back to November 18, 1963.  A time capsule of home movies, photos and stories told by those who were in Tampa on that special day 50 years ago,” Larry said.   “Our hope is to make you feel like you were there.  You’ll see the excitement ignited in Tampa by one of our country’s most charismatic presidents ever and learn a lot along the way, too.”

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Larry Wiezycki and wife Kim at “JFK in Tampa: The 50th Anniversary” premiere at The Tampa Theatre

The documentary also serves as the foundation for a new exhibit opening on November 8th at the Tampa Bay History Center called “JFK in Tampa: The Exhibition.”

We are proud to congratulate Larry for such an amazing achievement!

 

 

Click on the video below to see a story about the documentary from WTSP TV in Tampa: