University of Delaware
Office of Public Relations
The Messenger
Vol. 5, No. 1/1995
A documented success

     For the third year in a row, a documentary produced by
Sharon K. Baker, Delaware '73, of Teleduction Associates,
Wilmington, Del., has received an Emmy award from the
Philadelphia chapter of the National Association of Television
Arts and Sciences. This year's award went to a half-hour program,
An Uncommon Vision, which highlights the 100-year-old YWCA of
Delaware and its programs. Baker also received awards in 1994 for
Crossing the Line, which examined DWI homicides by young people,
and in 1993 for Rest for the Body/Peace for the Soul, which
chronicled the work of a shelter for homeless men. Founded in
1976 by Baker and her husband, Frank, Teleduction Associates has
produced programs for national public television and the
Nickelodeon Channel, and its latest documentary, Cartoons Go to
War, appeared on the A&E Network in August. A Teleduction
affiliate, Serviam Films, founded by Baker and Lisa McWilliams in
1992, produces original entertainment film projects.