Another sneak peek at entries the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards


Not long to go now until the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards.

Today we take a look at some more of the great entries that have come in this year.


Sick as a Dog: An Industry in Crisis with Caroline Winter

Category: The RØDE Prize

Caroline says “As the solo producer, host and editor for Sick As A Dog I knew this podcast was a huge undertaking. Fortunately, my    RØDECasterPro, lapels and mics were my partners in crime.”

But Caroline adds she’s in need of an upgrade and some brand spanking new toys for her next project.


Crime X

Category: Podcast Innovation Award

Crime X is an industry-leading innovation that’s gone a long way to solving an age-old question: How do you make money out of podcasts?

It brings together all of the True Crime podcasts produced across News Corp mastheads nationally under the Crime X banner on Apple, while also offering a subscriber-only option called Crime X+.


Narelle Biddell

Category: The RØDE Prize

Narelle says the Mentally Fit EP podcast would benefit greatly from podcast equipment.

“It would enable us to produce high-quality, engaging content that can be shared with a wider audience. This would help to raise awareness of the importance of mental health and wellbeing, and provide valuable insights and advice to those who may be struggling.”

“Additionally, podcasting is a great way to connect with others and build a community around your brand.”


Songs That Changed You with Aiden Grant

Category: The RØDE Prize

As host, producer and editor of Songs That Changed You, Aiden says “Proper, meaty conversations that people can’t help but lean in and listen to happen face to face. Not interviews over Zoom or Face Time, but in person.”

Aiden says the RØDE gear would enable him to take the conversation to them – and no longer be bound to an often broken studio.


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