Best Audiogram, Presented by Headliner - Finalists Announced

With entries still open for most categories (Until 14th February via this link), the ink is already drying on the first list of finalists for the 2019 Australian Podcast Awards.

The inaugural Best Audiogram, Presented by Headliner category opened for entries on 1 November, and has now completed its first stage of judging - a public voting stage. Audiograms are short videos that can be easily produced by tools such as Headliner, to turn your podcast into a dynamic video that can be shared on social media.

Entry was free for all podcasts that were already entered in other categories, and the Headliner tool is also free to use. The 6 podcasts that received the most votes will now be considered by an internal judging process, leading to the announcement of the winner at the Australian Podcast Awards on 18 May in Sydney.

Please join Headliner and the Australian Podcast Awards in congratulating these podcasts for making it to the final stage of judging for the inaugural Best Audiogram, Presented by Headliner Category.

 
Click on the image to view the finalists gallery.

Click on the image to view the finalists gallery.

 

STORIES OF PODCASTING SINCE 2005, WITH MAYNARD

STORIES OF PODCASTING SINCE 2005, WITH MAYNARD

In 2017, the inaugural Australian Podcast Awards (known as the Cast Away Awards) was held at Giant Dwarf in Sydney's Surry Hills. After a memorable red carpet hosted by Maynard, guests took their place in the theatre for the presentation of the first category, Comedy & Entertainment. The winner - Maynard!

Maynard has been part of the Australian podcast community from its early days, which he shares with us, along with his tips and podcast recommendations, below.

Sarina Rowell, On why Scriptwriters should consider Podcasting.

Sarina Rowell, On why Scriptwriters should consider Podcasting.

2018 Best Comedy Podcast Childproof was the result of extensive pre-production, post production, and capturing a live recording at an iconic Melbourne venue. The result is immersive comedy storytelling and triumph of audio production.

Creator Sarina Rowell gives a detailed run down of how her, Tony Martin, Matt Dower, the venue and cast of actors brought a story - originally intended for TV - to life as a podcast.