Solana Beach resident earns Telly Award

Solana Beach resident Tim Ryan and his production team at Tar Productions was honored with a Telly Award for a commercial shot at the Winner’s Tennis Club in Solana Beach. The tennis commercial earned second place in the action sports and broadcasting division. The Telly Awards have been unanimously synonymous as a symbol of quality creative excellence for the past 30 years in the TV industry.

The commercial, produced using the RED One camera, has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times online. For more information, go to

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