Little League® Earns Silver and Bronze Telly Awards for Storytelling Efforts

2024 Telly Award

Little League® International has earned a pair of Telly Awards for the second year in a row, earning a silver for its story showcasing the experience at the Little League Baseball® World Series (LLBWS) and a bronze for highlighting Cuba’s first-ever trip to the LLBWS.

“Each year, the Little League Baseball World Series serves as a bucket-list experience for communities all around the world, and we take a lot of pride in showcasing the fun and excitement of what it means to be at the world’s largest youth sports tournament to the millions of people who can’t attend in person,” said Dallas Miller, Little League Director of Social and Digital Strategy. “It is an honor to once again receive a Telly Award for these storytelling efforts, and we are proud of our team, led by the efforts of Hannah James and our video production teams, for bringing these stories to life and earning this honor.”

Established in 1979, the Telly Awards honor excellence in video and television across all screens and are voted on by the Telly Awards Judging Council each year. Below are the two videos that earned recognition for the 2024 Telly Awards:

Experience the Little League Baseball World Series

Silver – General: Live Events and Experiences

Experiencing the Little League World Series is not just for the players, but for families and communities all around the world. The “Experience the Little League Baseball World Series” video gives fans, families, and players a glimpse of what they can look forward to when they head to Williamsport to experience the iconic event, filled with unique opportunities, endless excitement, and most of all – FUN!


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Cuba’s First Time at the Little League Baseball World Series

Bronze – General: Sports

For the first time in 2023, a Little League team from Cuba had the opportunity to make the trip to Williamsport to compete in the Little League Baseball World Series, and the memories made there were ones that will last a lifetime. This video, documenting Cuba’s first experience in Williamsport, showcases the significance of this opportunity and more importantly the relationship that Little League now has with the Cuban Baseball and Softball Federation.

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The majority of the features that have received Telly Awards were produced in coordination with Philadelphia-based video production company, 20/20 Visual Media.

While marking the organization’s first ever Gold Telly, Little League International has received four other Telly Awards for its storytelling efforts over the past five years, including a trio in 2020:

To learn more about the video storytelling efforts of Little League Baseball and Softball, and to check out all the great features that have been put together over the years, visit