The Podcast Awards and the Webby Awards

The Podcast Awards and the Webby Awards

The Podcast Awards and the Webby Awards

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The podcast awards recognize the best shows and podcasts, and the Webby Awards have several categories dedicated to the medium. The People's Choice Award goes to the podcast that garners the most votes from the public. Winners of these awards are chosen by a panel of judges that includes members of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Anyone can submit a podcast for consideration, and the deadline to submit for the 2022 awards is February 11, 2022.

Anything Goes With Emma Chamberlain wins Pop Podcast of 2021

Emma Chamberlain is a YouTube sensation who has been recognized as one of the most influential people on the internet. Her vlogs have over a billion views and she is a Forbes 30 under 30. She has even been interviewed on ABC News Nightline. In addition to vlogging, she also owns a coffee company and hosts a podcast called Anything Goes With Emma Chamberlain.

Emma Chamberlain has always loved fashion. In 2019, she became a friend of the house for Louis Vuitton, creating content to connect new generations to the brand. She was also named a brand ambassador for Pacsun's Spring/Summer 21 line in 2021. She grew up wearing Pacsun clothing. Her podcast Anything Goes With Emma Chamberlain has received several awards and nominations for her videos.

Emma Chamberlain has also recently launched her own company, called Chamberlain Coffee. The entrepreneur turned her hobby into a business and offers a variety of coffee products and accessories online. She also plans to release her first book in 2020. Aside from her podcast, she is also a writer.

Stargate Atlantis was first recipient of People's Choice Award

In 2008, Stargate Atlantis was nominated for the People's Choice Award in the Best Science Fiction Show category. It was up against Battlestar Galactica and Doctor Who. It won the award. The series has also been nominated for four Emmy Awards and two Gemini Awards. It has also received several nominations, including two Visual Effects Society Awards and two Constellation Awards.

The series won the award for best science fiction series, beating out Battlestar Galactica. Other winners include Dancing With the Stars, The Simpsons, and Deal or No Deal. The show was a hit for audiences, and its success helped it earn the People's Choice Award.

The People's Choice Awards are America's most popular awards show. The first awards were televised in 1975, and included categories such as Favorite Film, Favorite Actor, and Favorite Female TV Star. In 2016, they had 74 categories.

The People's Choice Awards have been presented annually since 1975, and are voted on by the American public. They air on CBS. The show has also been televised on CBS since 1982. Survivor producer Mark Burnett and Procter & Gamble produce the show. In Canada, the People's Choice Awards are shown on Global.

Gracie Awards recognize exemplary programming by women

The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation has announced the winners of the 44th annual Gracie Awards, which recognize exemplary programming by and about women. Elaina Smith received the Interactive Media award for her podcast Women Want to Hear Women. Smith's podcast launched in June 2018 in partnership with Nash Country Daily, and focuses on reclaiming the myth that women don't want to hear country music.

In the Radio category, the Gracie Awards also honored Cheri Preston, co-host of 106.7 LiteFM's morning show, and Christine Nagy, co-host of WMAL's morning show, "O'Connor & Company." The NBC Nightly News Sunday anchor Kate Snow was recognized as a Senior National Correspondent. And the Afternoon Show, All Rage with Shelley Wade, won in the Large/Major Radio - Local category.

The Gracie Awards honor exceptional women in media and recognize the most innovative, diverse, and culturally relevant programming produced by women. The 47th Annual Gracie Awards will be held May 24 in Los Angeles. Local Gracie Award winners will be honored at a luncheon in New York on June 22, 2022.

To submit a podcast for consideration, podcasters must pay an entry fee. Each category is judged by a panel of industry experts. Podcasts can compete in up to 20 categories and can earn up to $299. Podcast fans can vote for their favorite shows by sending in a vote.

Webby Awards honor excellence in 7 major media types

The Webby Awards recognize excellence in websites, mobile applications, films, and media. A jury of 2.000 members selects winners in the various categories, including websites, interactive advertising, video, film, and audio. In addition, 14 individuals and firms are chosen to receive special achievement awards. These individuals and companies include actors like Michael Douglas and Issa Rae, climate activist Grett Thunberg, Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty, and entrepreneurs like Emily Weiss.

This year, more than 13,000 entries were submitted to recognize the best in digital media. The Webby Awards recognize excellence in websites, apps, and email newsletters. Entries in multiple categories are reviewed separately. Some winners may receive multiple Webby awards. Winners are recognized for innovation in design, functionality, user experience, writing, and data visualization.

The Webby Awards are an internationally recognized awards program. Established in 1996, they honor excellence in online media. It is now the undisputed top honor for websites, online video, apps, voice, and media. It also recognizes excellence in social media, apps, and interactive media. The organization has seen many milestones in the past two decades. Its own podcast, Netted by the Webbys, was launched in 2009, and has more than half a million subscribers.

The Webby Awards also recognize powerful projects that affect society. Vox Media, for instance, is a leading modern media company, with editorial properties such as New York Magazine, the Dodo, NowThis, and the Vox Media Podcast Network. Its innovative technologies support the entire media industry.

Edward R Murrow Awards present news organizations

The Edward R Murrow Awards are an annual program that honors excellence in broadcast news. The awards recognize single stories, individual newscasters, and breaking news coverage. This year's winners include NBC 4 New York/WNBC, PBS NewsHour, and CBS News Radio.

The winners of the prestigious awards come from 14 regions, including small and large television markets. They have achieved great success in reporting on a variety of topics, including terrorism and the threat of terrorism. Many of these award-winning works were the result of collaborations and partnerships with other news organizations.

The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) announced the 2022 recipients of the National Edward R. Murrow Awards. NPR received six awards, while member stations won twenty-six awards. Other honorees included Meredith Rizzo, Ryan Kellman, Deborah Franklin, and Thomas Wilburn. In addition to these honorees, the award winners in the 2022 competition include several prominent news organizations, including the NPR.

The awards are given to news organizations that create innovative content. In 2017, the RTDNA added a new category for Digital News Organizations: Excellence in Social Media. For this category, news organizations must submit 10 examples of social media work that demonstrates quality journalism and user engagement. The awards are judged based on the quality and quantity of the entries and the originality of the work.

Podcast Awards - People's Choice, Peabody, Third Coast, APVA, and More

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If you're in the market for a new podcast or video, you may want to consider entering it for podcast awards. There are a variety of categories to consider, including the People's Choice, Peabody, Third Coast, African Podcast and Voice Awards, and more. These awards highlight the best in the podcast world.

People's Choice Podcast Awards

Podcasters can nominate themselves or a colleague for the People's Choice Podcast Awards. They must submit a 15-minute audio compilation and a supporting statement or reference from a colleague. The judges look for podcasts that make their audiences laugh and demonstrate an impact on society. The podcast category is open to both niche and mainstream shows.

The podcast awards are given every year in different categories, some by a panel of judges while others are determined by public voting. Since 2005, the People's Choice Podcast Awards have honored the best in the podcasting industry. The People's Choice Podcast Awards cover many genres including arts, LGBTTBQ, and business. In addition to the People's Choice Podcast Awards, there are also Discover Pods Awards, hosted by the editorial website Discover Pods. This award show is user-voted and has given out 72 awards since 2017.

The Australian Podcast Awards also recognize the most innovative advertising campaign. They look for creativity in writing and production, as well as a positive return on investment for advertisers. Podcast advertising is becoming a popular way to promote a business and is becoming a vital source of revenue for many companies. This award is open to anyone looking to promote their business through podcasting.

The People's Choice Podcast Awards are a great opportunity for podcasters to showcase their work and to gain a worldwide audience. The AVAs are free to enter and supported through donations from Patreon and IndieGoGo. Winners are announced on the AVA website and on social media.

The People's Choice Podcast Awards were launched in 2008. In the first year, the podcast Awards introduced the Favorite Sci-Fi Show category. The nominees included Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica, and Stargate Atlantis. Stargate Atlantis was the first to win the award.

Peabody Awards

The Peabody Awards are given each year to outstanding work in broadcast media, including news and documentary programs. In addition to broadcast media, the awards honor podcasts, radio shows, and online video. Founded in 1940, the awards recognize excellence in public service, public affairs, and arts and culture. This year, there were thirty nominees in six categories. PBS was the leading network, with 13 finalists. Other networks included HBO and Hulu.

The Peabody Awards' jurors chose the nominees by unanimous decision. The jury, which is based at Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Georgia, considered all videos to be worthy of the award. Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson's documentary, "The Harlem Cultural Festival," chronicles the seminal Black culture festival in 1969.

The Peabody Awards have also announced 12 winning digital projects and four special awardees. The new board of jurors has diverse backgrounds in digital media and unanimously selected 12 winners in the categories of Interactive Journalism and Digital Storytelling. The winning projects will be showcased on the award's interactive website. The winners showcase a wide range of tech-forward storytelling.

The People's Choice Awards have been around for 35 years. In the beginning, the awards consisted of fourteen categories. By 2016, the program expanded to 74 categories. The program was broadcast in January on CBS. Since its inception, it has been the most popular award show.

Third Coast Podcast Awards

"Speech Sounds" by Jad Abumrad was the most popular video at the Third Coast Podcast Awards this year. The video was inspired by a fight that took place on a bus a few years ago. The song is about the dangers of a world in which people cannot speak or read, and it's a hopeful message.

The podcast was produced by Jen Brinkman, a veteran audio editor and producer. Her work has won her numerous awards, including the national Edward R. Murrow Award and two Gracies awards. She has also been awarded the prestigious Salute to Excellence from the National Association of Black Journalists. She also established the Podcasting Seriously Awards Fund to help aspiring podcasters cover the costs of entering the competition.

The judges of the Third Coast Podcast Awards aren't exactly like Paula Abdul or Randy Jackson. The judges are public radio executives, podcast producers, and podcast production companies. Some of them seemed to be nervous, and the other producers were distracting by mike feedback. The show's producers also talk about the quality of their mike.

The winners of the podcast awards show are chosen based on their audience's votes. The show's first edition drew over 350,000 votes. This year's show is expected to feature six great podcasts. In the past, the event has been hosted by podcast producer Todd Cochrane.

After the election, the audio storytelling industry was considered in a crisis. Many journalists felt complicit in Trump's victory, and Third Coasters were compelled to respond along two paths: one aimed to humanize the president's supporters, the other to hold him accountable. Regardless of what approach they chose, the podcasting industry has experienced tremendous growth.

The podcast awards show includes twenty-two categories. Prizes are sponsored by sponsors through PayPal. In 2009, the Podcast Awards provided almost $3,500 in prizes, while the website received more than seventeen million hits. The awards show is the culmination of the conference. Nominating your favorite podcast is a great way to make sure your voice is heard!

Jackson's program is curated by an advisory board that includes notable podcast industry figures. It includes New York Times Magazine staff writer Sarah Koenig, Serial creator Nikole Hannah-Jones, Gimlet Media founder Alex Blumberg, Missing & Murdered podcast creator Connie Walker, and iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group CEO Conal Byrne.

African Podcast and Voice Awards

The APVA Awards are an exciting opportunity for African voice artists and podcasters to be recognized for their excellence. The event seeks to raise local and global awareness about podcasting and African audio creativity. You can nominate your favorite podcast, and if your podcast is nominated, you can be one of the finalists. The winners will be decided by public vote and deliberation by a panel of judges. The announcement of the winners will take place on September 30th.

Podcasts are becoming more popular in Africa, and this event will explore the current and future state of audio storytelling in the continent. Many young Africans, particularly those who live in urban areas, are interested in listening to podcasts. The conference will also feature a panel discussion on the potential impact of the growth of podcasts for Africans and for businesses seeking to invest in the continent.

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Quill Awards

The Quill Awards for podcasts honor the best podcasters, as well as the most innovative and interesting content. The awards are a hybrid of public nominations and expert judging. The Quills are open to everyone, and there are no limits on how many podcasts can be nominated.

Erin Gannon, a Bethel Park, Pennsylvania resident, recently won a Golden Quill Award for her work in the Radio/Podcasts category. The video, produced by Unabridged Press, was chosen from a field of five finalists. Erin was presented the award at the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania's Rivers Club event.

The shortlist for the British Podcast Awards 2022 features over 30 categories. Nominees include The Listeners Award, which will recognize the most influential podcast in Britain by 2022. Podcasts that have sparked a national conversation or stopped listeners in their tracks will be considered for this award. This category also recognizes podcasts recorded live in front of an audience and released as episodes.

The Quill Awards for podcasts are open to any podcast, and some are chosen by a panel of judges, while others are voted on by the public. For example, the People's Choice Awards have been honoring podcasts since 2005 and cover categories including business, arts, and LGBTTBQ. Another award, the Discover Pods Awards, is user-voted and has given out 72 awards since 2017.

Peabody Awards

The Peabody Awards are a great way for podcast producers and listeners to recognize their work. They honor a wide range of content, including radio/podcast, television, and interactive media. Podcasts that want to qualify for the awards should make sure they pick content that fits into certain categories, such as standalone thematic episodes, narrative series, or interview series.

There are six categories and each one has a different amount of nominations. The categories include news, entertainment, documentary, arts, children/youth, and public service. Each year, more than 1,200 programs are nominated for a Peabody Award.

The AVAs are free to enter and are financed by crowdfunding campaigns on Patreon and IndieGoGo. The winners and nominees are announced through a press release and social media showcase. Nominees can choose from multiple categories and receive one or more awards.

In addition to the Peabody Awards, podcasters can also submit their podcasts for the Discover Pods Awards. These are fan-voted awards. While some podcasts are chosen by a jury, other podcasts are chosen by public vote. For example, the People's Choice Awards have been honoring podcasts since 2005. They are also available in the arts, business, and LGBTTBQ categories.

Winning podcast awards can boost your confidence and allow you to get more exposure for your show. It can also help you build a network of fellow podcasters and gain a wider audience. You'll also be able to meet with other podcasters and exchange ideas.

Gracie Awards

The 46th Annual Gracie Awards are a celebration of excellence in podcasting and the people who create them. Presented by the Alliance for Women in Media, the awards honor exemplary female podcast creators and programming. There are categories for TV, radio, interactive media, and podcasts, so you're sure to find something that suits your tastes.

If you're wondering which podcast you should submit, you can check out the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards. While the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards have a largely transparent nominations process, there's a lack of transparency in the selection of winners. In November, podcast critic James Cridland complained about this issue. He was a judge for the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards in 2019, but says he had no say in the selection of nominees.

The awards ceremony honors outstanding podcasts that promote social responsibility and promote gender equality. The winners are announced by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. The event will take place May 24 in Los Angeles. Since the Covid 19 pandemic wiped out the event in 2016, the awards returned to a traditional schedule. This year's event will focus on culturally relevant stories and female-driven stories. Shows like 60 Minutes and 48 Hours will be recognized for their work, as well as The New York Times Presents.

The awards ceremony is hosted by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF). The event will air live on the AWMF's Facebook page. During the event, listeners can vote for their favorite podcasts in four categories. Some of the nominees are:

Edward R Murrow Awards

The RTDNA has announced the winners of the 2022 national Edward R Murrow Awards for podcasts. The award recognizes outstanding journalism from 100+ platforms in editorial and technical categories. Winners are recognized at the annual awards gala held Oct. 10 in New York City.

To enter, news organizations and producers must submit podcasts in one of several categories, including audio, video, and website. Currently, nine podcasts have received awards from the RTDNA. The winners are recognized by a panel of judges, including representatives from the organization.

The winners in the Investigative Reporting category include the "COLD" podcast by investigative journalist Dave Cawley. The show covers the investigation into the death of Susan Powell. The series won two regional Edward R Murrow awards. In addition, it was nominated for the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Award for Radio Large Market Host of the Year.

Another notable winner was Tim Monty, a 25-year veteran of sports talk radio. Tim has covered NBA, NFL, and MLB teams as well as college football across the country. He also received the Regional Edward R Murrow Award for his series "The Lives Lost".

Podcast Awards - The Peoples Choice TV Awards

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Podcast Awards are the people's choice TV awards that are decided by online voting and televised on NBC and E! This year, the podcasts Happy Being Well and Healthcast were nominated in the health category. Voting is easy: all you have to do is register as a voter, create a memorable password, and verify your votes to show that you are not a bot. Once registered, choose the podcast you would like to nominate, click on nominate and then check your email to verify your voting. Once verified, your vote will be counted.

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The Podcast Awards are a way to recognize the best podcasts of the year, and it also brings Hollywood stars to the show. This year's winners include Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey's Office Ladies podcast, which won Podcast of the Year. Will Ferrell and Conan O'Brien were present, as was Hillary Clinton, who virtually presented the awards.

If you are interested in attending, register here. You will need to create a username and password, and then verify your votes to prove you are not a robot. Once you have verified your identity, select a category and click nominate. When you're done, be sure to check your email to confirm your vote. If your email verification was successful, your votes will be counted.

There are over 30 categories for podcasts. A judging panel, composed of industry leaders, visionaries, and creatives, picks the nominees for each category. However, fans vote to determine the overall winner, and you can watch the show online to decide which podcast is the best of the year.

Podcast Awards are a global event held each year. The people vote on the nominees, and a winner is announced live on the podcast award show. The first show was held in 2005, and had more than 350,000 people vote. It is held in the United States, the UK, and Australia.

Nominees must submit their podcasts before the deadline to be considered. The process can take a few weeks, so be sure to submit your podcast early! You can even get a prize if you win! The podcasts must be in a variety of genres.

The AVAs are free to enter, and are funded by Patreon and IndieGoGo campaigns. You can read the full rules at the website and find out who the winners will be. It is important to note that legacy shows are not eligible to win a People's Choice podcast award.

The People's Choice Awards are different from the Oscars and SAG Awards, but they're still voted by the American public. The next People's Choice Awards are set to be held in 2022 on NBC and E! at 9pm ET. They will air live from the Microsoft Theater in LA.

They are decided by online voting

The Podcast Awards are decided online by people who vote for their favorite podcasts. Voting takes place daily until 12:25am Pacific. The winner will receive a shiny new trophy. The trophies can cost up to $400 (plus shipping) for a large one, and $250 for a small one.

The Podcast Awards are an excellent way for podcasters to get the recognition they deserve for all of their hard work. Not only do the awards give podcasters a chance to be heard by a larger audience, but they also provide a great way for fans to discover new shows.

The Peoples Choice Podcast Awards have been honoring podcasts since 2005. They are open to any podcast with at least 10 episodes. To participate, podcasters must register their podcasts online. There are several categories to choose from. The number of categories continues to grow, with more podcasts becoming eligible for consideration.

The podcasts that win AVAs are decided by online voting. The competition is open to audiomakers, as well as producers and distributors. You can enter your podcasts for free, or for a small fee. The fees vary by category, but they are all relatively low. If you're a podcast creator, you can enter multiple categories for more exposure.

The Discover Pods Awards is another fan-voted podcast award. It has been an annual event since 2017. It is the largest fan-voted podcast awards. Fans of any podcast can submit their entries. Fans are allowed to vote only once per email address. You can vote once per day for your favourite podcast.

You can view the list of nominees by visiting the People's Choice Awards website and clicking on the corresponding link. The show page will display information about the series, recording episodes, and voting links. Then, you can vote online for your favorite. If you don't have an X1 enabled remote, you can access the Xfinity TV website and choose "Vote" in the "Voting" section of the screen.

The People's Choice Awards also includes a new category: Favorite Sci-Fi Show. The nominees for this category included Stargate Atlantis, Battlestar Galactica, and Doctor Who. The first winner of the award went to Stargate Atlantis.

The Australian Podcast Awards are an annual celebration of Australian podcast content. You can enter the awards and vote for your favorite show. You will need to pay a small entry fee to participate. Nominees are judged by a panel of podcast experts. The Australian Podcast Awards also include a Listener's Choice Award category.

They are televised on NBC and E!

The Peoples Choice Awards are the only awards show where the winners are chosen by the fans. This year's show will honor Justin Bieber, Dwayne Johnson, Simon Biles, and Prince Harry. The show will be televised on NBC and E, and you can stream it live on your favorite streaming service.

The Peoples Choice Awards first aired in 1975. The show's first televised edition honored the best movies and TV shows of the year. In its first year, "The Sting" won Favorite Film and Barbra Streisand was named Best Actress. John Wayne also won Favorite Film Actor. The show has been broadcast since then on NBC and E!

This year, the Peoples Choice Awards will be held on Dec. 7 at 9pm ET. The ceremony will be hosted by Kenan Thompson. The show will be simulcast on NBC and E!, with a red-carpet pre-show on E! The show will also be available on YouTube TV and Hulu+.

Last year, Demi Lovato hosted the show. Other notable performers included Kim Kardashian and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The PCAs will feature 44 categories this year. This year, the show will be held in Santa Monica at the Barker Hangar.

The Peoples Choice Awards will broadcast for the first time on NBC and E! and are expected to air in 2021 and 2022. The show spans 40 categories and will be televised on NBC and E! on Dec. 7. NBC will televise the Peoples Choice Awards for the first time since 2017.

The 2021 People's Choice Awards will be hosted by Kenan Thompson. This event will honor the best in entertainment. The 2021 People's Choice Awards will be held on NBC and E! on Dec. 8. You can also stream the show online with NBC and fuboTV. All of these services offer free trials.

The People's Choice Awards celebrate influential people across various fields. In 2018, Magic Johnson was nominated 15 times. And he was the most voted for person in the world by fans. The 2021 People's Choice Awards also recognize individuals for their contribution to entertainment.

iHeartRadio Podcast Award Winners

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The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards celebrate the best podcasts from the past year. iHeartMedia's digital music platform is the official home for podcasts. Thousands of podcasts are featured each year on iHeartRadio. This year's award-winning selections include Louder Than a Riot, Pop Culture Happy Hour, and Descript.

You're Wrong About

Podcasting isn't yet a walled garden, and it doesn't need to be. You're Wrong About was named podcast of the year by iHeartRadio in 2018. The show has three to four million downloads a month and is a popular show, but it's not monetized with ads. It relies on Patreon subscriptions and product sales for its continued existence.

You're Wrong About won Podcast of the Year at the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards, beating out other finalists including SmartLess, Song Exploder, and Films to Be Buried With. The show's host, Sarah Marshall, is a journalist who teams up with guests to look at people and events miscast as famous or controversial. The show covers a variety of topics, including miscast historical figures and celebrities. Recent episodes have focused on topics such as Catherine the Great and Tom Cruise's appearance on Oprah.

The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards honor the best in audio entertainment, video streaming, and content creators. The award shows feature a wide variety of genres, including comedy, music, and documentary. Winners were announced in multiple categories, including Best Comedy Show, Best Comedy Podcast, Best Comedy Show, Best News Podcast, and Best Podcast for the Family. The show will also be broadcast on the iHeartRadio App and across iHeartRadio stations nationwide.

iHeartMedia announced special guest appearances at the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards, which will be broadcasted on iHeartRadio's YouTube channel and iHeartMedia's Facebook page. Streaming live on iHeartRadio's Facebook page and YouTube channel, the show will be available on February 3 at 9 pm ET.

Louder Than a Riot

The podcast Louder Than a Riot explores the connection between hip-hop and mass incarceration, the power dynamics in the rap game, and the complexities of the criminal justice system. Hosted by NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael, Louder Than a Riot explores these issues and more.

Podcasting grew during the COVID-19 Pandemic, with over 160 million people tuning in to podcasts. This year, the award show will honor the most innovative podcasts from around the world and recognize the best talent in podcasting. Podcast listening has experienced a surge in the past few years, with movie stars, A-list comedians, and media personalities starting their own podcasts.

The show will be executive produced by John Sykes and Tom Poleman, and will include the work of Deviants Media Studio. Audible, Long John Silver's, and Progressive will be among the sponsors for the 2022 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards. Jay Belt will serve as showrunner.

The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards will be held on Jan. 13 in Burbank. Two new categories will be presented: the podcast to watch and the international podcast. Among the nominees for this year's event is Ted Lasso star Brett Goldstein. He is the host of the Films to Be Buried With podcast. His show received nominations along with Maintenance Phase and Murder in Alliance.

Louder Than a Riot has also been nominated for a Podcast of the Year award. They join Office Ladies, Scam Godess, and the Daily Show as nominees. Other podcasts that were featured in the show's list of nominees include The Daily Podcast, Pod Save America, and You're Wrong About It.

Pop Culture Happy Hour

Last night at the iHeartRadio podcast awards, Pop Culture Happy Hour won for Best Podcast. The podcast, which focuses on the latest in pop culture, was nominated in two categories, News and Entertainment. The team behind the show includes Dan Patrick, A Martinez, Arezou Rezvani, Catherine Whalen, Bo Hamby, Fernando Pizzaro, HJ Mai, Miranda Kennedy, Ryan Beck, Simone Popperl, Stephen Thompson, and Glen Weedon.

The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards honor podcasts that have made an impact on the world. The show has won several awards, including Best Overall Host. It also won for Best Comedy Podcast. Despite its name, it's far from the only podcast about pop culture. Among the other winners are Baratunde Thurston, QCODE, and Tenderfoot TV's co-founders.

The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards will return to Los Angeles in 2022, celebrating the best and most innovative podcasts of the year. Voting will take place through Twitter, and the winner of the Podcast of the Year award will be decided by a blue ribbon panel of podcast industry leaders.

The award ceremony will also recognize podcasts created by new and seasoned producers. The awards ceremony will take place on Jan. 13 in Burbank. The 2022 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards will feature two new categories: Best New Podcast and Best International Podcast. The awards show will be hosted by Brett Goldstein, star of Ted Lasso. Goldstein's podcast, Films to Be Buried With, was also nominated. Other podcasts receiving nominations this year include Maintenance Phase and Murder in Alliance.

The SmartLess podcast, which debuted last summer, recently signed a major deal with Amazon and Wondery. The podcast has been nominated for two awards this year: Best Comedy Show and Podcast of the Year. The show was also nominated for the Seneca Women Podcast Award, which honors women podcast hosts who "amplify other women's voices." Serial Productions, meanwhile, received a special Icon Audible Pioneer Award.


While the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards are a great way to reward and promote great podcasts, they're hardly a perfect ceremony. The ceremony was off the beaten path and felt rushed and off-key. Most of the winners offered standard thank-you remarks and seemed out of place. The hosts also tended to get excited and out of place, resulting in long crowd shots and dead air.

The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards recognize the best podcasts of the year and celebrate the people behind them. More than 20,000 podcasts are featured on the website, and iHeartMedia recently acquired Stuff Media, a publisher of fun, informative, and entertaining podcasts. With the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards, they're looking to celebrate the best podcasts in America, and recognizing the creators who have made a difference in their industry.

For the Best News Podcast, The Ben Shapiro Show took home the prize. The award came after Shapiro's controversial comments at the March for Life. Another highlight of the evening was Topher Grace, who plugged her upcoming podcast Minor Adventures with Topher Grace. Other podcasts that were hailed during the evening included the Bobbycast, hosted by Bobby Bones. The award ceremony is held each February.

Podcast Awards Nominations

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If you are looking for podcast awards nominations, you are in luck. Podcasts can be nominated for a Peabody Award, Golden Crane Award, or Listeners' Choice Award. Nominations are announced via a press release and social media showcase. There are also Listeners' Choice categories that recognize podcasts with an Irish flavour.

Peabody Awards

The Peabody Awards are a gold mine for podcasters and producers. These prestigious awards recognize excellence in broadcast, radio and digital media, and celebrate diversity and emerging voices. To ensure your podcast gets a nomination, select content that fits a specific category, such as narrative series, interviews or standalone thematic episodes.

This year, there are 60 podcasts up for awards, and 30 of those will win a Peabody Award. There are three main categories: news, entertainment, and podcasts. The winners will be announced June 6 on the Peabody Awards website and on social media. This online-only event will feature celebrity presenters and winners' speeches.

A documentary podcast has won an award by being nominated for a Peabody Award. The Land That Never Has Been Yet is one of the 60 finalists. This award honors the most compelling stories in broadcast and digital media, and 30 recipients will be announced in June 2021.

Each podcast needs to be submitted to be considered. Podcasters must pay an entry fee to participate, which varies between $199 and $299, depending on the deadline. The nominees are judged by a panel of podcast industry experts. The show's popularity among fans and professionals is considered when judging.

In addition to these awards, the NBC News podcast, Southlake, has been selected for a Peabody Award for podcasts. The Peabody awards honor the most compelling stories in broadcasting and streaming media. Its eight-part series, released last August, explores race and diversity issues in the local area. The podcast includes a segment on a controversial video of students chanting the N-word in school and a look at the district's Cultural Competence Action Plan.

Golden Crane Awards

In December, the Asian American Podcasters Association will present the Golden Crane Podcast Awards, honoring the most outstanding podcasts. Winners will be announced at a live ceremony on December 29 via Podbean. The awards will honor podcasts with an Asian American voice, as well as excellence in overall production and sound design. The awards will also promote underrepresented showrunners and creators through the recognition of their work.

Nominees can submit their podcasts at any time, and they do not need to be AAP members. However, they must pay a $50 entry fee for each category. Payment is non-refundable, and entries will be judged on their quality rather than the number of votes. AAP will reserve the right to disqualify a podcast that receives too many nominations or does not live up to its quality standards.

Nominees will be chosen randomly from among 20,000 registered listeners. Voting is open until July 31. After July 1, categories will close to new nominations. This gives listeners 30 days to nominate their favorite shows. However, if no one makes a submission within that timeframe, the show may lose its chance at being named the winner.

Best Podcast Awards

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If you're looking for the best podcast awards, there are several categories you can vote on. Some of these include the Quill Awards, the People's Choice Awards, and the Edward R. Murrow Awards. While you should check out each of these categories, you should also take note that they may change in the future. For example, a podcast may no longer be in production, or a new show may have been introduced, or the original show may have asked to be renamed.

Quill Awards

The Quill Podcast Awards is a podcast industry competition that recognizes the best podcasts and podcasters. These awards are judged by an expert panel, and anyone can enter. Nomination is free, and podcasts can enter as many categories as they like. For more information on the Quill Podcast Awards, check out the Quill podcast website.

People's Choice Awards

The People's Choice Awards are an annual celebration of excellence in entertainment that is voted on by fans and the general public. The awards ceremony has been held annually since 1975. Originally, the winners were determined through Gallup Polls, but in 2005 the People's Choice Awards switched to online voting. Now, fans and the general public can vote for their favorite artists and shows from around the world. The winners are crowned at the People's Choice Awards Gala in Los Angeles.

The People's Choice Awards honors the most popular artists and works in film, television, music, and pop culture. There are 40 categories, ranging from film and television to sports to music, video games, and internet sensations. Nominations for the awards include films such as "Chang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" and "Black Widow," and shows such as "Dune."

The People's Choice Awards honor the best in pop culture for 2020. The event is hosted by Demi Lovato and broadcast live on E! from Santa Monica, California. Viewership for the ceremony increased by 43% over the previous year, and it received generally good ratings.

Gracie Awards

The 47th annual Gracie Awards will be held May 24 in Los Angeles, and local award winners will be recognized at a luncheon on June 22 in New York City. The Hollywood Reporter has exclusive access to the full list of award winners. This list is compiled from nominations submitted by media outlets and podcasters.

The Gracie Awards are a way to recognize outstanding female media creators and producers. The awards celebrate women who have made exemplary contributions in television, radio, and other electronic media. This year's nominees include the Texas Tech Public Media newsroom. The newsroom will be honored at the 47th annual Gracie Awards in New York City in June.

To enter, podcasters submit their podcasts to the contest, and pay an entry fee for each category. A panel of judges, including podcast producers and industry luminaries, decide which podcasts should win. Depending on the category, podcasts are judged based on their appeal to professional audiences as well as to the audio and video industry.

Golden Crane Awards

The second annual Golden Crane Awards will honor the best podcasts of the year on December 21, 2021. The awards ceremony will be a black-tie affair held live on Zoom, and will honor the podcasts that have made significant contributions to the podcasting industry. The awards will also recognize the best podcasts by creators of color, and will celebrate the best podcasts in a variety of categories.

Talking Taiwan won the 2021 Golden Crane Award for Best Special Interest Podcast. The show also received an honorable mention in the Society and Culture category. The podcast is part of a larger series promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries. Talking Taiwan previously produced a podcast called Crushing the Myth, which dispels stereotypes about the Asian region.

The Golden Crane Awards are hosted by the Asian American Podcasters Association, an organization that supports and promotes the work of Asian podcasters. The awards ceremony recognizes excellence in podcasting and increases the visibility of Asian podcasters. Podcasters are encouraged to participate by subscribing to AAP, which is free to join.

Discover Pods Awards

The Discover Pods Awards are an opportunity to recognize the best podcasts and campaigns on the Internet. The competition is free to enter, and the winners are chosen by listeners. This year's awards ceremony will take place on November 16, and you can find more information about the contest on its website. The contest is open to any person, organization, or company who has made a podcast, as long as it is branded. The Discover Pods Awards are hosted by Digiday, a trade publication of online media.

The Discover Pods Awards is the largest fan-voted podcast awards program in existence, and it is now in its third year. This year, it received more than 20,000 votes for its finalists. In addition to highlighting the best podcasts, this award ceremony recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of podcast production.

The podcasts that are nominated for the Discover Pods Awards are free to download, and the winners are announced in an online showcase and press release. In addition to the winners of each category, the Discover Pods Awards also recognize the best podcasts by a panel of judges. For example, the Best Podcast for LGBTQ-themed podcast is open to nominations from the public, and can be nominated by anyone, and the staff of the podcasting network will sift through the nominations to find the top twenty in each category. Nominations are not rigged, but they are balanced with the opinions of the committee, so that the ballot is not stuffed with irrelevant nominations.

Peabody Awards

Peabody Awards for podcasts are an excellent way to recognize excellence in the medium. The awards, given annually, honor the best stories in radio/podcast, television and interactive media. Peabody jurors review more than 1,200 submissions and select the best of the best. To qualify for a Peabody, select content that fits specific categories: stand-alone thematic episodes, news programming, interview series, and more.

The Peabody Awards for podcasts were first announced in 2006, and the list has expanded to include both news and entertainment programs. Time magazine's list of nominees, released Thursday, is a good example of a diverse range of topics. The awards ceremony is attended by broadcasters, producers, and media executives from all around the world.

The Peabody Awards for podcasts recognize outstanding work that has achieved widespread popularity. This year, NBC News has been recognized for its series "Southlake." The eight-part series, released last August, examined the diversity of students in Carroll ISD, a predominantly white school district. It also examined the district's Cultural Competence Action Plan, which has been controversial.

The Peabody Awards for podcasts are among the most prestigious honors in the broadcast media industry. They are open to producers, creators, and listeners, and are judged by an independent panel of experts. The awards, which span 20 categories, are distributed among professional and audiovisual industries.

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