‘An Armenian Genocide recognition efforts (53% of documentary on YouTube): Winner of a 2015 RTNA Golden Mike for Best Video Editing of a Feature Special. Having debuted on Horizon Armenian TV on January 9, 2015, some four months before the 100th anniversary of the onset of the Armenian Genocide (1915 to 1923), this documentary was initially going to be a look at the life of genocide survivor Ghazaros Kademian, from his 100th birthday in 2007 to his 101st birthday in 2008. . . and his wish to get the United States of America to officially recognize the genocide he survived. The end result is much more. In April 2015, some four months after its Armenian television debut, it played three times on the mainstream broadcast channel KLCS, the only PBS station headquartered in Los Angeles. An estimated [total] of 60,000 people tuned in. What is being hailed as “a journalistic, one-man-band masterpiece,” the creation of THE 100-YEAR-OLD SURVIVOR took Los Angeles Area Emmy award-winning reporter Peter Musurlian on a journey from Los Angeles to Sacramento to Washington, D.C., and to New York City. Musurlian, who produced, reported, shot, wrote, edited, and narrated the film. Most important, he conducted the last interview with Ghazaros Kademian. In addition to his Los Angeles Area Emmy, for his one-man-band overseas documentary, “Burbank’s African Sister City,” Musurlian has received seven Emmy nominations and has won 21 RTNA Golden Mikes, awarded by the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California, in 10 unique categories, such as: reporting, videography, and editing. He’s also a four-time nominee for a Los Angeles Press Club Award. The 100-Year-Old Survivor was praised by Burbank-based columnist Garen Yegparian as, “The best Armenian-themed documentary ever produced.” Published on Dec 17, 2014′.