Union Pacific safety videos receive Telly awards

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OMAHA, Neb. — Two Union Pacific safety videos are being recognized as bronze winners by the Telly Awards. The videos were part of the railroad’s 2016 rail safety campaign on grade crossing safety and awareness. According to the railroad, the videos reached more than 32 million people on YouTube, Facebook, and other social media platforms.

The two videos depict drivers in a hurry to beat approaching trains at grade crossings. Each of the videos depicts drivers who narrowly miss being hit by Union Pacific trains.

The railroad partnered with a St. Louis-based marketing and communications firm to produce the videos.

The Telly Awards recognize outstanding video content on television, digital, and other broadcast platforms. More than 500 industry experts judged the content on its creativity.

See the news release online.

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