TIME WARNER CABLE'S FULL SERVICE NETWORK(TM) WINS FOUR ADDYS
ORLANDO, Fla. — April 11, 1995 — Time Warner Cable's Full Service Network recently picked up four advertising awards in three categories in the Central Florida Region's Addy Awards.
The awards were in recognition of a multimedia presentation called the "King of the Jungle Jaguar Game Room." The game room was designed as a friendly and fun way of providing information and instructions for the Atari Jaguar game and game selector, one of the venues offered on the Full Service Network. The game room was designed by Time Warner's Full Service Network Gorilla Systems and Sound Aroma.
The game room concept was presented the coveted Ellis Award, the Addy's highest award given for the best multimedia presentation. The Full Service Network, Gorilla Systems, and Sound Aroma also shared a Gold Award for the music and lyrics of "King of the Jungle," the rhythm and blues-styled song used as part of the game room.
The song also won a Silver Award for audio-visual and the Silver Award for audio. Electronic artist Mike Taylor designed and created the graphics and music for the Jaguar game room.
The Full Service Network is Time Warner Cable's digital, interactive television network that provides subscribers in Orlando on-demand access to a variety of entertainment and informational services.
Time Warner Cable is the nation's second largest cable television operator, currently serving nine million customers in 34 states. After the closing later this year of several recently announced cable acquisitions, the company will serve approximately 11.5 million customers. It is a unit of Time Warner Entertainment Co. L.P.