Crain’s New York Business
Febuary 5, 2013
Mayor’s Red-tape Team Touts Gains
Six months ago, Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched an initiative to re-imagine how city government works with small businesses
The Business Customer Service Initiative is also trying to make it easier for business owners to avoid paying fines for simple violations. Last October, the office posted a video for restaurateurs about grease management. Now a sequel is online: a slick guide on how to mitigate noise complaints, which remain one of the gripes most often reported to 311.
The video recommends restaurants and clubs with noise violations to work with “an acoustical consultant,” install a limiter compressor to the sound system, soundproof doors and walls, install sound-isolating treatments to floors or walls, and use directional loudspeakers.
April 9, 2012
Ehrlich Gets Emmy Nod
T-LINE TV president Todd Ehrlich received a nomination for the 55th Annual New York Emmy’s Awards held April 1 in New York as the producer for “Race fro the Cure” which was up for the best health program special.
Ehrlich won an Emmy two years ago for the show, which leads up to the Komen Race for the Cure and runs on WCBS-TV to show a positive and encouraging look at the breast cancer survivors and new advances in fighting the disease.
“The 2011 show detailed alternate treatments, complimentary treatments as well as the latest medial news.” Said Ehrlich
February 25, 2012
Todd Ehrlich covering “Linsanity” for WCBS TV as captured by the New York Daily News.
February 27, 2012
Todd Ehrlich Interviewed about Jeremy Lin’s Impact in the USA
I haven’t see this many reporters in this press room in decades.
WCBS producer Todd Ehrlich said, who has covered the Knicks for more than 26years.
WCBS producer Todd Ehrlich, who has covered the Knicks for more than a quarter of a century, points out; “Jeremy Lin has three elements that has make him successful- he plays smart, works hard and is humble. His humility may be his most important characteristic.
在美國文化裡，所有人從小就被教育，你要成為最好、最好、最好（the best of the best of the best）的人，從來不講求謙虛，也就不會在乎別人。」陶德說，因此尼克隊千萬身價的球星，他們只懂得為自己打球，而忘記了別人。
American culture creates an environment where their elite young athletes strive to be the best of the best. The focus isn’t about team, or being humble, it fosters the creation of a “me first” athletes who focus on themselves and not the team. Todd suggested that this may be why some of the Knicks’ million dollar players put themselves and their stats in front of team goals.
WCBS-TV – “Eye On New York”
December 18, 2011
Dominic Chianese on ‘Eye On New York’
In an effort to assist two clients T-LINE TV booked Dominic Chianese on WCBS-TV’s “Eye on New York”. Dominic Chianese (Uncle Junior, Boardwalk Empire, Godfather) is the founder of Joy Through Art and went on the show to talk about his foundation.
Dominic got emotional when speaking about the charity and what it means to him on a personal level. He was also gracious enough to talk about the video that Todd Ehrlich of T-LINE TV produced about Joy Through Art (Joy Through Art). T-LINE TV is producing all of the social media for Joy Through Art including, twitter and Facebook.
Please log onto http://www.facebook.com/joythroughart to see the videos and posts that we have produced for the foundation.
Friday April 1, 2011 by Neil Best
Good luck to all at the New York Emmy Awards Sunday, including those in the many sports categories. Here is the entire list of nominations.
Among the nominees is a WCBS show – produced by Todd Ehrlich - on the Tunnel to Towers run, a fundraiser that honors one of the fallen firefighters of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Stephen Siller.
Siller was off duty when he learned of the attack on the World Trade Center. Unable to get through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel by car, he strapped on his gear and ran through the tunnel to help his fellow firefighters.
The annual Tunnel to Towers retraces his path. It has raised more than $7 million since its inception for a variety of charitable causes, including funding for burn centers and orphans of 9/11 victims.
May 5, 2010
EHRLICH CELEBRATES EMMY WIN
Todd Ehrlich, who runs New York production company T-LINE TV, celebrated an Emmy Award win after working with WCBS-TV to produce “Race for the Cure,” a prelude show to a Susan G. Komen New York City race event.
The show won the Emmy for Best Health/Science Special on April 18.
“It isn’t often in my career where I have been able to work on a project that had the potential to positively effect so many people,” said Ehrlich, who dedicated the award to his cousin, Joanne, a cancer survivor and Komen supporter, as well as his grandfather, Jerome Schein, who died days before the win.
The hour-long special, featuring women from CBS-TV like Dr. Holly Phillips, Dana Tyler and Cindy Hsu, looked at breast cancer survivors and advances in fighting the disease. It covered fashions for breast cancer patients, wig makers, and alternative treatments, among other content.
Joy Bauer of NBC’s “Today” was the Emmy presenter. The Komen race event drew more than 25,000 people and raised $5.7M.
The New York Post
Sunday, April 25, 2010
“Normally a producer of local sports, Todd Ehrlich last year produced Channel 2′s special, “Race For The Cure,” about breast cancer and its treatments. This week, Ehrlich won an Emmy for the project, an award he dedicated to his cousin Joanne, cancer survivor.”
The Wall Street Journal Digital Network
April 19, 2010
By Kathrine Rosman
I have written a book called “If You Knew Suzy,” and to coincide with its debut (tomorrow), I decided to make a book trailer… Last week, my brother-in-law Todd Ehrlich – it’s nice to have television and video producer in the family – we shot the rest of the video … the part where I talk about the book, what my motives were in writing and why I think people will like it. I slathered on tons of makeup and Todd and Jon Tortora (an editor/cameraman) put up lights that took at least 3 years off my age. When I was leaving, I handed to Jon a thumb-drive filled with photos and reminded them that I had previously emailed them my ten “Suzy videos.”
“I’m not sure we want to use all ten,” Todd said. (What?!) “In television there is a rule of three,” he said, “and I think six is plenty.” So some of my Suzys – after all their efforts and the nudging they withstood – ended up on the trailer’s cutting room floor.
New Jersey Life Health and Beauty Magazine
April 7, 2010
New Jersey Life- Health and Beauty magazine ran an article debunking common myths about chiropractic care. T-LINE TV produced a video for the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors on the value of Chiropractic procedures that the magazine streamed as a supplement to this article.
NY Daily News
The Daily Politics
by Elizabeth Benjamin
November 23, 2009
By Elizabeth Benjamin
Here’s a tribute video that played at last week’s farewell reception for Assemblyman Herman “Denny” Farrell Jr., who recently ended his reign as the longest-serving chairman of the Manhattan Democratic Party.
The video runs over 12 minutes, which stands to reason, since Farrell’s career has spanned so many years. It’s full of interesting historical tid-bits about New York Democratic politics and is worth a watch when you have some time.
There are cameo appearances from Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, a longtime Farrell ally; and former Gov. Mario Cuomo, who recalls the boost he got from Farrell’s early endorsement of him in 1982 against Mayor Ed Koch. (Farrell actually called a second vote of the county organization, which had initially supported the mayor).
“If it weren’t for Denny I would not have gotten support,” Cuomo says. “And as a matter of fact, I’m not sure anyone in the party other than Denny wanted me.”
“The general recollection I have of it is that, if anything, they probably would have preferred Koch. They weren’t crazy about Koch, either. But I think it was Denny who simply insisted that, not that it not be Koch, but that it should be Cuomo.”
“If I didn’t have him, I wouldn’t have had Manhattan and probably wouldn’t have won. Incidentally, he reminded me of that from time to time.”
Blog Talk Radio
July 17, 2009
Blog Talk Radio’s “Innovative Media PR radio show” featured a half-hour radio interview with Todd Ehrlich, President of T-LINE TV. The show focused on the importance of video content on the internet. The internet has become a mainstream communications platform and a mainstay of many public relations programs. Blog Talk Radio’s “Innovative Media PR radio show” is a weekly look at the public relations industry through the eyes of key influencers. The show offers insights on how individuals and companies can benefit from good public relations practices.
610 Radio Kansas City
Monday January 12, 2009
Todd Ehrlich was interviewed on 610 sports radio in Kansas City about the possible hiring of Giants defensive coordinator, Steve Spagnuolo, as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. Ehrlich reached out to Justin Tuck for inside information prior to the interview. Ehrlich was contacted for the interview because he is a respected member of the New York media.
Albany Times Union
Thursday, April 12, 2007 – By JAMES M. ODATO
Capital Play Ltd., a group of Australian gaming services executives, and Blue Chip Farms, which specializes in breeding New York standardbreds, won laughs and smiles from the panel, which is made up of three Spitzer appointees and Senate and Assembly representatives. With a slick video (Produced by T-LINE TV) and in direct discussions, Capital Play officials highlighted the “carnivals” they’ve created in Melbourne and elsewhere that have attracted big crowds to racetracks.
Sports Business Daily
November 15, 2005
TELLY TRUTH: Turner Sports and T-LINE TV’s video news release (VNR) covering TNT’s NBA advertising campaign won a Telly Award in the PR category at the 25th Annual Telly Awards. The VNR captured behind-the-scenes footage of the Spike Lee-directed “Let the Truth Be Told” spots promoting TNT’s NBA telecasts. The spots featured Lakers C Shaquille O’Neal, Cavaliers G LeBron James, Kidd and Wallace, as well as TNT’s Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, Charles Barkley and Magic Johnson (Turner Sports).
New York Post
Monday, September 13, 2004
Among all the local NFL pre-pre-game shows, Ch. 2’s Sunday 11 a.m. “Roundtable,” back for a second season, is among the most worthwhile. Yesterday, Duke Castiglione had Jets GM Terry Bradway in a live hookup from the Meadowland, a good gameday get by producer Todd Ehrlich.
Sports Business Daily
July 19, 2004
“SKILLZ” TO PAY THE BILLS: NEW HOOPS SHOW TO TAPE PILOT
“Street Skillz,” an original reality/sports entertainment basketball TV show written by Todd Ehrlich of T-LINE TV, will shoot its pilot live on Saturday at Dyckman Park in N.Y. Admission is free to the public, and the basketball exhibition games and events start at noon. (THE DAILY)
1050 ESPN Radio in New York
February & March, 2004
Todd Ehrlich was asked to co-host Tom Keegan’s weekend shows on 1050 ESPN radio in New York in February and March of 2004. Ehrlich depth of sports knowledge and long list of contacts were on display in these excerpts from the radio shows.
New York Post
Sunday March 7, 2004
“It’s like the Marlins vs. the Yankees in the World Series of Local TV for the New York Emmy. It’s T-LINE TV vs. the YES Network and MLB Productions…Todd Ehrlich, creator and executive producer of “Street Skillz” said, “Hey, David won once and so did the Marlins for that matter, so I have a shot.”
New York Post
October 23, 2003
Maybe Steinbrenner is a fan of the up-and-coming CBS Sunday morning show, “Sports from the Round Table.” The Duke Castiglione-hosted show had Darryl Strawberry on last Sunday, saying that he wanted to coach with the Yankees and that he was interested in working with young players. He went on to state that he could use his troubled background to be a positive influence on younger players. On Thursday, Strawberry was hired by the Yankees as a player-development instructor.
October 17, 2001
T-LINE TV and Tupelo Honey Productions, both New York-based, produced a free PSA for Major League Soccer and its partners to promote the Soccer United Relief Fund for Victims of Sept. 11 attacks.
Goodwill Games – goodwillgames.com
August 20, 2001
As a lead-up to the Goodwill Games, award-winning production house T-LINE TV has produced and will distribute nationally via satellite a 10-minute video news release featuring interviews with … Australian Open Board World Women’s champion Linda Halfweeg who declined the opportunity to be on the popular show “Baywatch” to concentrate on her surf training.
April 29, 2001
T-LINE TV, A New York-based production company, is handling video production and VNRs for AOL Time Warner’s Goodwill Games. The event, which was created to demonstrate the importance of sports to the international community, will be in Brisbane Australia, said
T-LINE TV president Todd Ehrlich, who is heading the project. Ehrlich is a veteran sports producer for ABC’s “Eyewitness News”.
The Washington Times
Sunday, June 4, 2000
Not everything about sports is bad, and Washington Native Todd Ehrlich was honored for showing the good side recently when the producer was recognized for his “Citizenship Through Sports” documentary, which features athletes speaking about how sports have helped them build better lives – a message often lost in these days of police blotter sports news.
The film produced and written by Ehrlich, was named Best Sports Documentary at the International Independent Film and Video Festival in New York. Ehrlich was also honored with a prize in the annual Videographers Awards competition for his highlight film for the University of Maryland’s 1999-2000 season.
University of Maryland - umterps.com
May 12, 2000
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The University of Maryland’s 1999-2000 men’s basketball highlight film received its second national honor in just the past month, garnering a 2000 Aegis Award.
May 12, 2000
The video, titled “Seventh Heaven,” featured highlights and interviews of the Terps’ 25-10 season and the team’s successful run to a seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. It was produced by Todd Ehrlich of T-Line TV, Inc., and narrated by Johnny Holliday, the radio voice of Terrapin basketball. It also received an “Award of Excellence” citation in the annual Videographer Awards competition.
Sports Business Daily
April 28, 2000
The documentary “Citizenship Through Sports”, produced by T-LINE TV and featuring appearances by Spurs G Avery Johnson, Titans RB Eddie George and NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, was awarded “Best Sports Documentary” at the 2000 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. The documentary will be screened tomorrow night in Santa Monica CA.
University of Maryland - umterps.com
April 26, 2000
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — University of Maryland’s 1999-2000 men’s basketball highlight film chronicling the Terps’ 25-10 season earned an “Award of Excellence” citation in the annual Videographer Awards competition.
The Hilltop Observer
April 15, 2000
Modern Athletes in America…Bad Seed or Heroes?
by Todd F. Ehrlich
To counteract the many negative sports stories disseminated daily on TV, radio, and in the newspapers, I wanted to tell you a positive story about people and organizations trying to make a contribution.
The NCAA News
April 10, 2000
The documentary narrated by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and featuring a variety of sports figures from the NCAA, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League and the U.S. Olympic Committee, was named as the best sports documentary at the festival. Titled “Citizenship through Sports and Education,” the documentary was written and produced by Todd Ehrlich of T-LINE TV.
The video is being distributed to high schools and universities to help promote the impact that participation in sports can have on creating better citizens and future leaders, as well as breaking down international and cultural barriers.
Sports Business Journal
April 2, 2000
Good Citizens in Sports Still an Untold Story
By Todd Ehrlich
Americans have the impression that modern athletes are felons, drug addicts and greedy spoiled rich kids. Why? Because the media mainly report the sensational – accused murderers, rapists and racists. In a time when the media apparently feel that only negative stories sell, the public’s perceptions of athletes and sports organizations are predictably negative.
Here is another side to the story… For every one Mike Tyson, there are ten Al Leiters. Al Leiter, the all star pitcher for the New York Mets, has established a charitable organization called Leiters Landings…
Sports Business Daily
February 15, 2000
The sports documentary “Citizenship Through Sports” will debut at the Clearview Cinema in N.Y. tonight at 7:30 pm ET. The film, produced by T-LINE TV, is a finalist for Best Sports Documentary at the N.Y. Independent Film and Video Festival (The Daily).
New York Daily News
February 13, 2000
Check out a documentary that should be shown in schools. “Citizenship Through Sports and Education”, produced by Todd Ehrlich, debuts Tuesday night at the Clearview Cinema (59th and 2nd) on Tuesday…