Winning team. “The Inspectors” has won 10 Telly Awards, making this the second year the awards program has recognized the TV show.
“The Inspectors,” produced by Litton Entertainment, received bronze awards in nine categories, including social responsibility, entertainment, public interest/awareness and education.
The Telly Awards, which typically receive more than 13,000 entries from around the world each year, honor excellence in TV and cable, digital and streaming, and non-broadcast productions.
“The Inspectors,” which CBS stations air at varying times on Saturdays, recently concluded its second season.
The Postal Inspection Service-themed drama will return with new episodes in the fall.
The CBS Dream Team site offers local airtimes and past episodes.
Mailbox check. Eighty-six percent of registered voters check their mailboxes at least five times per week, according to a new report.
The study by USPS and the American Association of Political Consultants also shows many potential voters identified with the touch and feel of mail during the 2016 presidential election.
The Campaigns & Elections political journal recently published an article about the data through an ongoing partnership with the Postal Service to promote Political Mail.
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