The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, one of the nation's largest membership organizations for seniors, has been selected as the winner of four coveted Videographer Awards, sponsored by the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals.  The video, "Then and Now", chronicles the history of Social Security and Medicare and the National Committee's 25-year legacy protecting these vital programs.  Produced in celebration of our 25th anniversary, the video received two Awards of Excellence in the Special Events/Non-Profit and Corporate Image categories.    Two other National Committee videos produced as part of our educational outreach to younger and older audiences, also received high marks from the AMCA.  "Don't be Tricked...Privatization is No Treat" and "Tune Out the Noise" received Videographer Awards of Distinction.  Organizers report about 1,800 entries were submitted to this year's Videographer Awards and 14% were award winners.    A growing number of Americans are turning to the internet for their news and information making the National Committee's YouTube channel an increasingly popular source of information for all generations.  As one of the nation's leading advocates for strengthening Social Security and Medicare for the future, the National Committee will continue to use video, internet campaigns, and social media to build support for the preservation of America's most successful federal programs.  "Our National Committee videos and social media campaign help us to share the facts about Social Security and Medicare to an intergenerational audience.  I'm especially excited about the National Committee's new Facebook Page and Group.   We'll be looking for friends, fans, and members to join our movement to strengthen America's commitment to Social Security and Medicare for all generations." Barbara B. Kennelly, President/CEO Find the National Committee in all of the following places: