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Phil Chordas, CEO of Chordas Enterprises, Inc., a broadcast production services company based in Alexandria, Virginia, is a three-time National EMMY Award winner, having received at least five nominations.
Since 1982, he was worked extensively with ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS, CBC, CTV, Al Jazeera and many others mainly as a sound director. His work is heard on national and international broadcasts such as Superbowls, World Series, the Olympics, Triple Crown, PGA and USGA golf, NHL, US Open Tennis, French Open Tennis, “Face the Nation,” “Ryan’s Hope,” “All My Children,” ABC Morning News,” “60 Minutes,” Farm Aid 2 among many others. Also worked with President Clinton on his Millennium Series at the White House and CBS News interviews. Phil’s work has been mentioned in such publications as “TV Guide” and “USA Today.”
Some of the musical acts he has mixed for live television have been Bob Dylan, the Grateful Dead, Willie Nelson, Elton John and Mary J. Blige.
In the 70′s and 80′s, Phil worked as on-air radio talent in upstate New York. He was also music director and program director, producing many live radio concerts. Phil performed on air in easy listening, progressive rock, adult contemporary, top 40 and sports talk formats. He has also lent his voice to such clients as the Bank of New York and the National Press Club. He also brought to the stage such musical performers as Fleetwood Mac, Kenny Loggins, Lou Reed, Bonnie Raitt, Santana, Les McCann, Chick Corea and Return to Forever and many more as master of ceremonies. He also produces a regular radio program for the National Press Club.
Additionally, Phil was president of a federal credit union based in Buffalo, NY for several years.