Shortlist announcement for Audio
LAUSANNE, March 29, 2023 - 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 preferences of the AIPS Executive Committee members.
Find out more about the judging stages here.
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Here are the selected works, in alphabetical order of country:
Smail Berhail (Algeria), When football served the Algerians' quest for freedom - Radio Algérie international
Emiliano Nunia (Argentina), Juan Carlos Unzué: Example of overcoming an irreversible disease like ALS - Radio Villa Trinidad (97.9), Super Deportivo Radio
Bianca Roberts, Ciaran O'Mahony (Australia), Felicite Rwemarika: The refugee who became a pioneer for women’s sport in Rwanda - Roberts O'Mahony Productions
Jessica Halloran, Jasper Leak, Claire Harvey, Lia Tsamoglou(Australia), Head Noise - The Australian
Gaone Pearl Kerileng (Botswana), Raising awareness about Anti-doping - Gabz FM and Gazette Stringer
Greg Kelly, Peter Brown (Canada), Lloyd Percival: Canada's Sports Prophet - CBC Radio One
Rolf Steve Domia-Leu Bohoula (Central African Republic), Street football in Bangui - RFI
Santiago Aristizábal Pino (Colombia), Special, Central American dream - Cap 1 Santiago Gómez Castrillón - Podcast Fútbol Sonoro
Ronny Blaschke (Germany), Racism in professional sports - WDR5
Tim Brockmeier, Phil Hofmeister (Germany), Shocking attacks on German radio commentators during UEFA Europa League semifinals - ARD Radio
Moritz Cassalette, Martin Seidemann (Germany), Jan Ullrich temporary hero - Norddeutscher Rundfunk
Dario Ricci (Italy), In the skies for gold and for the Duce: acrobatic flight at the Berlin Games 1936 - Radio24
Rasha Al Bargouthi (Jordan), Did Real Madrid star Karim Benzema become the best striker in the world? - Alkass TV
Ruth Keah (Kenya), Girls continue their education through the Rabai-Kenya soccer game - Rahma Broadcasting Limited
Shadrack Andenga Odinga (Kenya), Holy unholy football - Mediamax limited
Nina Smole (Slovenia), The current status of women in sport - Radio Slovenia
Jose David Isabel Lopez (Spain), Uruguay no more - Audible
Kayley Thomas (UK), Transfer: The Emiliano Sala Story - BBC Wales
Sebastián Moreira (Uruguay), Death of a star - Julio Cesar Benítez - Por Decir Algo - M24
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT Following this shortlist, we will announce the top 10 and subsequently the finalists.
The final ceremony will take place in Seoul on May 9, 2023.
Stay tuned for the rest of the shortlists!