Ravens Christmas Album Wins Regional Emmy Award


The Baltimore Ravens won their 19th regional Emmy Award from the National Capital Chesapeake Bay chapter at the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, held in Bethesda, Md., on Saturday night.

Ravens Productions was recognized in the "Sports Program Feature/Segment" category for the humorous spoof "Ravens 2014 Christmas Album," in which several Ravens players sang for a fake album of the "greatest collection of Ravens Christmas classics that have ever been assembled by an NFL team in Baltimore."

Filmed, edited and produced by Ravens Productions, the team's in-house production crew, this award is the latest on a long list of Emmy wins for the team dating back to 1997. The group is comprised of Jay O'Brien (director of broadcasting & gameday productions), Matt Brevet (broadcasting manager), Eddie Coughlan (production manager) and Philip Cunningham (producer).

"We're proud and grateful to be recognized for our work," O'Brien stated. "We're also thankful to work for an organization that has made high-quality content for our fans a priority."

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