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|Awarded for||Excellence in podcasting|
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The People's Choice Podcast Awards, better known as the Podcast Awards, are a global awards given annually to the best podcasts as voted by the general public. Founded in 2005 by Todd Cochrane of Podcast Connect Inc., the Podcast Awards changed hands for a short period by New Media Expo in September 2014 until New Media Expos demise. The first Podcast Awards show was held in 2006 (awarding shows for the 2005 calendar year) had over 350,000 people vote for their nominated podcasts, with nearly 1000 people attending the awards ceremony. The 10th annual Podcast Awards Show, the first show run exclusively by the New Media Expo, took place at Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino on April 14, 2015. It was hosted by Chris Jericho and Emily Morse. The 12th Annual event started with a complete site rebuild and change to the overall process.
Rules[edit | edit source]
The nominations begin on a set date (July 1, 2017 for the 2017 awards) and continue for thirty days. Listeners can nominate shows from 20 categories over the 30 day period once a day. Podcasts have had to pre-regoster in order to participate and listeners are allowed to select the shows they want to nominate from within the pre-registered list of shows.
After the thirty days of nominations, Podcast Connect Committee will review all the nominations over a 15 day period and a slate announced.
Once up to ten nominees in each category have been established, the final voting slate is released. Voting in this round are selected by a panel of judges as outlined in the podcast awards rule.
Categories and winners[edit | edit source]
The Podcast Awards consists of twenty-two categories. Winners are announced during a ceremony which includes a live web stream. The prizes awarded to winners are donation/sponsor-driven via PayPal. In 2009, they were able to award podcasters almost $3,500 in prizes, with additional website exposure through 2009-2010 of seventeen million plus hits.
†The Podcast Awards were not held in 2014.
*Prior to 2010, Science and Technology were combined as one category.
Podcast awards are awarded for the previous calendar year. For example, the 2014 awards ceremony took place on April 14, 2015.
One-time awards[edit | edit source]
- 2005 - Music/Radio: Coverville
- 2005 - Nonenglish: Annik Rubens: Schlaflos in München
- 2005 - Top Rated: Slice of SciFi
- 2005 - World News: Kathleen Keating
- 2006 - Best Podcast directory: Apple iTunes
References[edit | edit source]
- "NMX to Host and Produce 10th Annual Podcast Awards Show At NAB Show". New Media Exchange. 2014-09-16. Retrieved 2015-04-23.
- "Podcasters look for their own awards". CNN/Money.com. 2006-07-24. Retrieved 2008-06-15.
- "Podcast Awards 2015". Podcast One. n.d. Retrieved 2015-04-23.
- Podcast Award Rules (as of October 23, 2010)
- "2005 People's Choice Podcast Award Winners". podcastconnect.com.
- 2006 Podcast Award winners
- 2007 Podcast Award winners
- "2008 Podcast Awards Winner". Podcast Awards. Retrieved 2008-11-10.