Deaton-Flanigen Productions

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Deaton-Flanigen Productions (often referred to simply as Deaton Flanigen) is an American film company based in Nashville, Tennessee. The company was named after the surnames of founders Robert Deaton III and George Flanigen IV. The two have directed multiple music videos, primarily in the field of country music. One of the duo's first music videos, Vern Gosdin's "That Just About Does It", won them an award at the 32nd Annual International Film and TV Festival.[1] Deaton Flanigen has also been nominated for Best Music Video at the Country Music Association, including a nomination for Martina McBride's "A Broken Wing" in 1998.[2]

The production company has also done the start of Monday Night Football since 1989 (ABC: to 2005, ESPN: since 2006).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Price, Mark (1990-02-19). "Fayetteville's Robert Deaton strikes gold in video business". The Fayetteville Observer. Retrieved 2009-07-03.
  2. ^ Hurst, Jack (1998-09-21). "COUNTRY PICKS PREDICTING THE OUTCOME OF WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S CMA AWARD". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2009-07-03.

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