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23

Oct

2017

Looking for a Good Post?

Sometimes it’s easier to see a list! Here’s a scheduled of consistent content that you can find on the Daybreak Facebook page.

Monday
Morning post is a repost of Friday’s “Consider this…”
Noon post is the Gospel /Homily recorded at the St. Joseph Cathedral Chapel

Tuesday

Morning post is the USCCB Daily Reflections
Noon post is the Gospel Homily recorded at the St. Joseph Cathedral Chapel

Wednesday
Morning post is Wayback Wednesday, “Food for Thought” recipes with Fr. Paul Seil.
Noon post is the Gospel /Homily recorded at the St. Joseph Cathedral Chapel

Thursday

Noon post is the Gospel/ Homily recorded at the St. Joseph Cathedral Chapel
3pm Our Daily Bread promo (the week of the show) or Question of the Day

Friday

Morning post is Bishop Richard Malone’s “Consider this…”
Noon post is the Gospel Homily recorded at the St. Joseph Cathedral Chapel
6pm post is the Sunday Mass Graphic which promotes the Sunday TV Mass which airs Sundays on WUTV-FOX 29 at 7:30 a.m.

Our more random content includes: Saint Feast Day graphics, any photos of video recording sessions, specials such as “Our Lady of Fatima Prayer” and links to video programming like “Our Daily Bread,” “Campus Chat,” and “in a WORD.”
Help us spread the word! Check out our Facebook page, and tell a few friends about it, because there is something there for everyone!

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17

Oct

2017

Daybreak Productions won four national video awards this year

Daybreak Productions won four national video awards this year. The Communicator Award of Distinction –fundraising category and most recent three Videographer awards. The Videographer Awards is one of the most coveted awards in the video industry. The goal of the Videographer Awards is to identify and recognize the artisans who excel in the scope of their own environment. There were about 1,400 entries from throughout the United States and 13 other countries in the Videographer Awards 2017 competition.

There were four winners in the competition’s Religious category, three went to Daybreak!

AWARD OF DISTINCTION “Our Lady of Fatima Prayer” Category: Web Based Production| Video for the Web | 93. Religious
https://youtu.be/DplBivG5uNE

HONORABLE MENTION “Our Daily Bread 10 Commandments and a Mediterranean Meal”: Web Based Production | Video for the Web | 93. Religious
https://youtu.be/FeQ_Ei3Ns9M

HONORABLE MENTION “In a Word – Peace” Web Based Production | Video for the Web | 93. Religious
https://youtu.be/dkMU8JmV_7Q
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10

Oct

2017

Way-back Wednesday

I’m sure most people have heard of Throwback Thursdays – the day you share old photos and memories on social media sites. Well, we here at Daybreak have adapted this concept to Wednesdays! We call it Way-back Wednesday. On this day, we post a classic “Food for Thought” segment from “Our Daily Bread” host Fr. Paul D. Seil. In this short piece he shares an encouraging message wrapped around a simple recipe. So mark your calendar or set a reminder on your phone to check out Daybreak’s Facebook, Twitter and Tumbler page every Wednesday!

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3

Oct

2017

Prayers for the Victims in Las Vegas

Daybreak Productions recorded a message from Most Reverence Richard J. Malone- Bishop of Buffalo, who offered prayers for those affected by the Las Vegas shooting victims. Bishop Malone also offered prayers against all violence.



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25

Sep

2017

Daybreak Presents Communicator Award to Catholic Charities

The successful 2017 Campaign for Catholic Charities exceeded their $11 Million goal to support needy families and individuals in the Western NY area. Every year, Catholic Charities calls on Daybreak TV to produce a video for that campaign which depicts areas and departments within the organization that directly helps those in need.

The video “Finite Time. Infinite Good” which was part of the 2017 campaign, has won a national Communicator Award of Distinction. Pictured below is Diocesan Director of Catholic Charities Sister Mary McCarrick, OSF, Director of Communications and Public Relations, Catholic Charities of Buffalo, Rose Caldwell, receiving the award from Producer Bob Karaszewski, Jr. at Daybreak Productions.


Patrick McPartland-Managing Editor

The video can be seen at the following link: https://youtu.be/xfve54LowWI
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