Winners Announced at 2019 Australian Podcast Awards

The Age's Wrong Skin, Chat 10 Looks 3 and Tony Martin's Sizzletown receive multiple accolades at Australian Podcasting's Night of Nights.

SYDNEY, Saturday 18 May 2019 – The biggest celebration ever of Australian podcasting took place last night, attracting over 400 people from across the country to Sydney's Seymour Centre.

Podcast hosts, producers, judges and fans were in attendance to network, and celebrate the local podcast industry, and see over $10,000 worth of prizes and trophies awarded.

Wrong Skin, a true crime podcast from The Age, about the 1994 disappearance and death of two Indigenous young adults in the Kimberley, took out the award for Investigative Journalism & True Crime, Presented by Stitcher.

Wrong Skin also won the inaugural Podcast of the Year award, beating out Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales's Chat 10 Looks 3. Sales and Crabb accepted their awards for Literature, Arts & Music, as well as TV, Film & Pop Culture, via video, as their Federal Election broadcast commitments saw them otherwise engaged.


The third podcast to receive multiple accolades was Tony Martin's SIZZLETOWN, which won both Comedy and the Yamaha Prize for Outstanding Podcast Production.

Still Jill, which brings listeners inside host Jill Emberson's personal account of living with ovarian cancer, won Documentary & Storytelling, Presented by Zoom.

On a night where the Federal Election dominated political narratives outside the Seymour Centre, Russia, If You're Listening, a podcast about Trump and the Mueller investigation, won Political, Social & Cultural Affairs.

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