Radio Today Podcast Awards 2022 announce winners

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• The podcast awards include 15 categories

Radio Today Podcast Awards 2022 have announced the winners of the second annual awards.

The awards include 15 categories such as podcast host or presenter of the year, radio show podcast of the year and podcast company of the year. This also included the winner of The RØDE Prize.

Below are the categories, with the winner in bold:

Podcast Host or Presenter of the Year:
Victoria Devine – She’s on the money
Andrew Bucklow – I’ve got news for you
Matthew Bevan – China, if you’re listening
Maria Lewis – The Phantom Never Dies
Mark Howard – The Howie Games

Branded Podcast of the Year:
Rule Benders – Acast
Closing The Net – Australian Federal Police
Beauty IQ Uncensored – Adore Beauty
Brain Fuel

Audio Producer of the Year:
Tiffany Dimmack
Andrea Thiis-Evensen
Darcy Thomson
Phil Horn

Podcast Executive Leader of the Year:
Corey Layton – iHeart Podcast Network Australia

Claire Harvey – The Australian
Guy Scott-Wilson – Acast

Podcast Publisher of the Year – Major:


Podcast Publisher of the Year – Indie:
Victoria Devine

The Daily Aus
SYMO interactive
Piccolo Podcasts

Australian Podcast of the Year:
My Sister’s Secret
Project ARI
Come out wherever you are
The Jess Row Big Talk Show
She’s on the money

Podcast Executive Producer of The Year:
Edwina Stott
Nic Mclure
Felix Bray
Nina Young

Sales Executives of the Year:
Brittany Hockley, Life Uncut Podcast
Shannon Hollis, NewsCast

Podcast Series Producer of the Year:
Alyssa Partington
Lia Tsamoglou
Elle Beattie
Andrea Thiss-Evensen

Podcast Thought Leader of the Year:
Jennifer Goggin, LiSTNR

Del Fordham, NewsCast
Rachel Corbett, Nova Entertainment
Jordon Lott, Acast

Podcast Company of the Year:
ARN’s iHeart

Podcast Hardware and Software of the Year:
Omny Studio

Radio Show Podcast of the Year:
Will and Woody
Blues with a feeling
Kyle and Jackie O
Jase and Lauren

Podcast Network / Platform of the Year:

The RØDE Prize:
Ciaran Moffat

Moffat told Radio Today that winning The RØDE Prize will “enhance his interviews” and give his podcasts a “professional quality”.

 “The RØDE Prize would enhance my interviews, giving them a more streamlined and professional quality and allowing me to focus on creating more and better content,” he said.

“It would give me an unparalleled level of control and freedom over my recordings which would help me entice guests and attract more listeners,” Moffat added.

See also: Australian Podcast Awards 2022 announce finalists

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