Audio – Shortlist announcement

  • April 06, 2022

AIPS Media

LAUSANNE, April 6, 2022 - The AIPS Sport Media Awards are pleased to announce the shortlist for the Audio category.

The shortlist represents the second judging stage and is based on the most selected works performed by the AIPS Executive Committee members.

Here are the selected works, in alphabetical order of country.

AUDIO Shortlist

Emiliano Nunia (Argentina), Valentí Guardiola: The builder dad who never imagined to have a son like Pep - Radio Villa Trinidad

Neroli Meadows (Australia), Ordineroli speaking -

Tracey Holmes (Australia), The Ticket: Afghanistan Rescue Mission, Australia steps up -

Ronny Blaschke (Germany), A contested field (Football in war zones) -

Cornelia Neumeyer (Germany), German affair: The purchased World Cup: Ep 2 - FYEO

Horgan Mark (Ireland), Where is George Gibney? Ep 10: Sea swimming -

Dario Ricci (Italy), From London to the Hauraki Gulf: Romano vs Joe, the endless rivalry - Radio24-IlSole24Ore

Muhammad Rosli (Malaysia), Chua Boon Huat “I see you later” - Spotify

Chidiebere Anugwolu (Nigeria), Report: Lagos athletes and poverty -

Franci Pavser (Slovenia), Bite your finger before you type: the low standards of discourse on social networks -

Luka Petric (Slovenia), They came, they stayed, they won -

Antía André (Spain), Samaneh and Leili, two women in football -

Jose David Isabel López (Spain), Cerro de Pasco: The highest stadium in the world - Audible - Amazon Prime

Pablo Juanarena (Spain), A mother called Melina, a daughter called Irene, and a basketball player called Pau Gasol - / RADIO MARCA

Alexander Lundholm (Sweden), Jenny Fransson: Life as a doping convict -

Athar Ahmad, Mick Tucker, Carl Johnston (UK), File on 4: Tackling online abuse in football -

Simon Maybin (UK), The fake Paralympians -

Jack Murley (UK), The BBC's LGBT sport podcast: The one on the history of the Gay Games -

Sebastián Moreira (Uruguay), Streaming overdose: The Olympics – Spotify

Milena Gimon (Venezuela), Betting in the world of tennis – Spotify

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT – The three remaining voting stages will be conducted by the Jury - 12 respected members from the sport media industry representing the five continents. They will first select the top 10 (finalists) and then the top 3 (podium nominees)

The final ceremony will take place in May in Europe, date and location still to be confirmed following the evolution of the pandemic.

To know more about the judging method and the AIPS Sport Media Awards 2021, click here.


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