Rusty Brutsché, Vice Chairman and Chief Technology Officer of Production Resource Group, is pleased to announce that PRG supported five out of the six 2004 Emmy award nominees for Lighting Direction. "The television & film industry is one of PRG's most important markets," Brutsché stated. "We're absolutely thrilled to have participated in our clients' success."

Nominees supported by PRG included:

The 76th Annual Academy Awards (ABC)
Produced by: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Lighting Designer: Robert A. Dickinson. Lighting Directors: Robert Barnhart and Andy O'Reilly.

The 46th Annual Grammy Awards (CBS)
Produced by: Cossette Productions.
Lighting Designer: Robert Dickinson.
Lighting Directors: Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly, and Matthew Firestone.

The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)
Produced by: Worldwide Pants Inc.
Lighting Designer: Steven Brill. Lighting Director: Tim Stephenson.

American Idol (finale) (Fox)
Produced by: FremantleMedia North America Inc. and 19 TV Ltd.
Lighting Designer: Kieran Healy. Lighting Directors: Matthew Firestone and George Harvey.

A&E in Concert: Paul McCartney in Red Square (A&E)
Produced by: MPL Tours Ltd. in association with the A&E Network.
Director of Photography: Craig Braden. Lighting Designer: Roy Bennett. Lighting Director: Wally Lees.

Through its network of 23 offices worldwide, PRG provides entertainment technology solutions for a wide range of television & film productions, including award shows, concerts, talk shows, game shows, sitcoms, reality shows, feature films, documentaries, sports broadcasts, advertisements, and music videos. PRG's services for the television & film market include stage & set lighting, large format projection, audio recording & mixing, stage rentals, set fabrication & automation, rigging, and labor crew staffing & payroll processing.