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Entries now open for British Podcast Awards 2021

The British Podcast Awards is welcoming entries for the 2021 competition with the winners being announced in July. The event, now in its fifth year, has attracted Amazon Music as headline sponsor and has a new Lockdown and Documentary categories. And readers of the weekly email Great British Podcasts will also create the shortlist for the new Best International podcast.  Craig Strachan, Head of Podcasts, Europe for Amazon Music says: “We’re thrilled to be headline sponsor of the British Podca...
Tags: UK, Podcasts, Bbc, Radio, Amazon Music, Matt Deegan, Matt Hill, British Podcast Awards, Craig Strachan, Podcasts Europe for Amazon Music


Radiodays Europe and British Podcast Awards unite

A new 24-hour podcast conference is being planned online for June 7th 2021 by the British Podcast Awards organisers and Radiodays Europe. The two teams will work together on Podcast Day 24 with speakers from Australia, Europe and North America. Delegates will be able to watch the event in real-time and catch-up on sessions afterwards. The event builds on the success of Radiodays Europe’s Podcast Day, which started in Copenhagen in 2017, before moving to London in 2019. In 2020, due to the C...
Tags: London, Podcasts, Awards, Radio, North America, Copenhagen, Sydney London, Australia Europe, Matt Deegan, Matt Hill, Radiodays Europe, British Podcast Awards, Peter Niegel


Spotlight on: Idaho Falls Advertising Federation Board

Recently, the Idaho Falls Advertising Federation highlighted their board members on their Facebook page. Given the work that they — and all members of any Ad Fed board — do, and the time commitments they’re willing to make to serve on the board, it warranted sharing here as well. The post Spotlight on: Idaho Falls Advertising Federation Board first appeared on Idaho Ad Agencies. ...
Tags: Seo, People, Idaho, Recognition, Fed, Jay Miller, Phil Anderson, Matt Hill, Andrea Todd, Idaho Falls Advertising Federation, Adam Bostrom, Alessandra Hoskins, Jeremy Farthing, Lisa Fischbach, Steve Fischbach, Idaho Falls Advertising Federation Board


California To Ban Sale Of Gasoline-Powered Vehicles, Newsom Says

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California will ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks in 15 years, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday, establishing a timeline in the nation’s most populous state that could force U.S. automakers to shift their zero-emission efforts into overdrive. The plan won’t stop people from owning gas-powered cars or selling them on the used car market. But in 2035 it would end the sale of all new such vehicles in the state of nearly 40 million people t...
Tags: California, Tesla, Joe Biden, Ap, Egypt, Ford, Connecticut, North, Biden, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Ford Motor Company, Legislature, Western States Petroleum Association, Sacramento Calif, Ford Mustang Mach


A Bug In Joe Biden's Campaign App Gave Anyone Access To Millions of Voter Files

schwit1 shares a report from TechCrunch: A privacy bug in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's official campaign app allowed anyone to look up sensitive voter information on millions of Americans, a security researcher has found. The campaign app, Vote Joe, allows Biden supporters to encourage friends and family members to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election by uploading their phone's contact lists to see if their friends and family members are registered to vote. The app up...
Tags: Tech, Joe Biden, Biden, Joe, Matt Hill, TargetSmart


A bug in Joe Biden’s campaign app gave anyone access to millions of voter files

SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA – SEPTEMBER 11: A political poster favoring U.S. presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris is placed on a front lawn September 11, 2020 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images) A privacy bug in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s official campaign app allowed anyone to look up sensitive voter information on millions of Americans, a security researcher has found. The campaign app, Vote Joe, a...
Tags: Security, Apps, Texas, Microsoft, Privacy, California, Russia, Tech, Joe Biden, Iran, Alaska, Washington Dc, Biden, Presidential Election, Kamala Harris, Joe


Big Tech Allies Join Biden Campaign

The Biden campaign has enlisted several allies of big tech companies as part of its policy planning initiatives, the New York Times reported on Monday.While the campaign is facing pressure from more progressive advisers to take a combative stance against companies such as Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, a number of former consultants for and senior employees of those companies are now advising the campaign.The advisers include Avril Haines, a former Obama administration national security official w...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, News, Obama, Joe Biden, New York Times, Biden, Times, Palantir, Trump, Hill, Antony Blinken, Apple Facebook, Obama State Department


Biden campaign releases a flurry of digital DIY projects and virtual banners. Yes, there are Zoom backgrounds

2020 is a nightmare year by most metrics, and it’s also a worst-case-scenario emerging out of a best-case-scenario for Joe Biden . After trailing in early primary states, Biden came crashing back on a stunning wave of Super Tuesday support. Now the presumptive Democratic nominee in the midst of a global health crisis that’s immobilized the U.S. workforce and somehow even further polarized American politics, the former Vice President will have to navigate completely uncharted waters to find a p...
Tags: TC, Politics, Texas, Obama, Government, Elizabeth Warren, America, Tech, Joe Biden, New York Times, Shepard Fairey, Biden, Donald Trump, Delaware, South Carolina, BETO


British Podcast Awards return at new London venue

The British Podcast Awards is back for 2020 with a bigger venue and additional categories. The event will take place at The Roundhouse in London on the evening of May 16th 2020, with an expected audience of 750 people. Entries for this year’s awards are now open and will be closing on 2nd March, before nominees are announced at a free ticketed event hosted by Sony Music’s 4th Floor Creative on the evening of 2nd April. Over 50 judges will choose this year’s winners, with last year’s big winner,...
Tags: London, Podcasts, Awards, Bbc, Industry, Radio, George, Sony Music, Matt Deegan, Matt Hill, British Podcast Awards, Spotify Podcast Champion Listeners


£50,000 of funding handed out to podcasters

The 11 successful recipients of the Pulse Award, an initiative from the British Podcast Awards and Wellcome, have been announced. Collectively, the podcasts are sharing £50,000 of funding to produce content that drives conversations around public health. Listeners will be able to hear the episodes later this year. Matt Hill, British Podcast Awards co-Founder says: “We’re excited, working with Wellcome, to award £50,000 to UK podcasters to create great new content. Our independent panel have ...
Tags: UK, London, Podcasts, Radio, King 's College, Matt Hill, Wellcome, Qazi Rahman, Gorbals, British Podcast Awards, James Barr, Busy Being Black, Rosie Wilby, Penny Bell, Dan Hudson


Entries now open for British Podcast Awards 2019

Entries are now open for this year’s British Podcast Awards with a few new categories available for podcasters and radio stations to enter. The new categories includes Moment of the Year, Best Sex and Relationships podcast and the Bullseye Award, alongside returning categories True Crime, Entertainment, Interview, Fiction and Current Affairs. ‘Acast Moment of the Year’ is a brand new award that will recognise the podcast that has made a massive impact, resonated with listeners, united or intr...
Tags: Podcasts, Awards, Radio, Miranda, Nb, Evanna Lynch, Matt Hill, Simon Mayo, Mark Kermode, Kings Place London, British Podcast Awards, Helen Zaltzman, Cariad Lloyd, Miranda Sawyer Radio Critic, Acast Audioboom Radioplayer, Podiant


Meet Her Majesty - First Trailer for HBO's 'Queen of the World' Doc

"53 countries, oh my goodness! It'll keep us busy." HBO has debuted a trailer for a new documentary titled Queen of the World, from director Matt Hill, which will be available (in the US) through HBO in just a few weeks. This is described as the "landmark documentary" about Queen Elizabeth II, a "rare look inside the life of Queen Elizabeth II featuring footage from the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's private film archives." The film includes behind-the-scenes moments with The Queen and ot...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, US, Cambridge, Documentaries, Cornwall, Edinburgh, Sussex, Elizabeth Ii, Queen Elizabeth Ii, Anne, Wessex, To Watch, William Catherine Duchess, Matt Hill


Leonard falls to Reitan in first round at Pebble Beach

Eoin Leonard, left, congratulates Kristoffer Reitan, right, after Reitan won 6 and 4 during the round of 64 at the 2018 U.S. Amateur at Spyglass Hill Golf Course in Pebble Beach, Calif. on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018.  (Copyright USGA/JD Cuban) Killiney's Eoin Leonard fell 6 and 4 to Norway's Kristoffer Reitan in the first round of the US Amateur Championship at Pebble Beach where le...
Tags: Japan, England, Australia, Mexico, Cowboys, US, Sport, Canada, Ireland, Golf, New Zealand, Argentina, Graham, Norway, Pebble, Trevor


LA County health officials investigate possible tuberculosis case at Burbank’s Burroughs High School

Public health officials are investigating a possible tuberculosis exposure at John Burroughs High School in Burbank after an unidentified person tested may have positive for the infectious disease. Officials with the LA County Department of Public Health said Friday their staff are working closely with the Burbank Unified School District, the high school and families to identify individuals who may have been exposed to TB. “Because of medical confidentiality and privacy, Public Health is unable ...
Tags: Health, News, Education, Uncategorized, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Community, Local News, Los Angeles County, Hill, Burbank, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Matt Hill, Top Stories LADN


Burbank elementary school teacher arrested on suspicion of sex with minor he met at LA school

Bret Harte Elementary School, 3200 Jeffries Ave., Burbank (Google Street View) BURBANK — A Southland elementary school teacher is in custody on suspicion of having unlawful intercourse with a minor, Burbank police reported today. Sean Sigler, 53, was arrested Tuesday after being interviewed by Burbank police detectives, said Burbank police Sgt. Derek Green. He was booked into the Burbank jail in lieu of $100,000 bail, and is due in court Thursday, according to Green. “The victim reported havin...
Tags: Crime, News, Education, La, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Child Sex Abuse, Hill, Southland, Burbank, Sigler, Los Angeles Unified School District, Derek Green, Bret Harte


Mine boss says it's business as usual despite conservation law change

It's business as usual for New Talisman Gold Mine chief executive Matt Hill despite the Minister of Conservation's announcement of stronger protections for conservation land.New Minister and Green MP Eugenie Sage announced last... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Matt Hill, New Talisman Gold Mine, Eugenie Sage


Here's everything we know about Aston Martin's $3 million Valkyrie hypercar

In March 2016, Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing announced to the world plans for what they called the "ultimate hypercar." Over the past year or so, details surrounding the upcoming Valkyrie hypercar have slowly trickled out. The Valkyrie project is unlike anything Aston has ever endeavored to undertake. With design boss Marek Reichman and Red Bull's legendary Formula One racing guru Adrian Newey at the helm, the Valkyrie is expected to deliver performance far exceeding that of Aston's fire-bre...
Tags: Trends, Red Bull, Valkyrie, Aston Martin, Adrian Newey, Red Bull Racing, Hill, Aston, Ferrari McLaren, Matt Hill, Marek Reichman, Aston Martin Valkyrie, Aston Martin interior design


How This Tree-Planting Charity Is Helping Reforestation Efforts Around the World

With current conversations about climate change, deforestation, and the finite nature of natural resources, sustainability is on the minds of both consumers and corporations. But more than that, it’s also in our hands. Businesses care about their social and environmental impact because consumers care. That’s why corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability reporting are a focus for companies with a significant carbon footprint, such as Pepsi and Loblaws. Too often, saving the plan...
Tags: Google, Ecommerce, Colorado, CSR, Canada, Ford, Vancouver, North America, Shopify, Molson, Vega, Matt, Pepsi, Boulder Colorado, Loblaws, Braveen Kumar


TheFloozies - Cosmic Rays feat. Ryan Zoidis

Comprised of brothers Matt Hill (producer/guitarst) and Mark Hill (drums), The Floozies are not short on ideas or self-confidence. Self-described as the “undisputed kings of electro funk”, it is the duo’s luminescent new single ‘Cosmic Rays’ ads credence… (in post The Floozies – ‘Cosmic Rays’ feat. Ryan Zoidis from barrygruff. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Mark Hill, Matt Hill, Ryan Zoidis


Fathers and Sons named Podcast of the Year

Fathers and Sons by Radio Wolfgang and Mr Porter has been named the audioBoom Podcast of the Year at the inaugural British Podcast Awards. The event in King’s Cross, London, this evening also saw Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review pick up the Listener’s Choice award and Adam Buxton named Podcast Champion. The British Podcast Awards named winners from 15 categories covering the vast expanse of genres available to subscribe to and download. The three special awards – Podcast of Year, Listeners’ Choi...
Tags: UK, Awards, Radio, Britain, Today, Podcasting, Seattle, BBC World Service, Economist, James Cooper, Romesh Ranganathan, Porter, Mayo, BBC Radio, Buxton, Wolfgang


Nominations out for British Podcast Awards

The nominees of the first ever British Podcast Awards are out, with the BBC, Quidem, Somethin Else and David Lloyd shortlisted for Best Radio Podcast. For the rest of the awards, established media organisations such as the BBC, Guardian and Economist are being recognised alongside new groups like the Distraction Pieces Network and Radio Wolfgang, alongside a large number of independent creators. Matt Hill, co-founder of the awards said, “A huge thank you must go out to our judges who sifted th...
Tags: UK, Awards, Bbc, Radio, Today, Sam, Glyndebourne, BBC World Service, Economist, David Lloyd, Romesh Ranganathan, Mayo, BBC Radio, Leicester Square, Daniel Morgan, Sam Walker


Judges announced for British Podcast Awards

If you’ve submitted an entry to the new British Podcast Awards, here are the people you need to impress. The judges were selected with the guidance of Chair of judges, podcaster Helen Zaltzman. Co-founder Matt Hill said: “we are delighted by the range of experienced podcast makers that wanted to hear what British podcasters were making. Some of the most respected producers from the US, Canada – and of course the UK – will be listening intently to the entries.” Co-founder Matt Deegan adds: “We’...
Tags: UK, Awards, Radio, Cbc, Central St Martins, US Canada, Matt Deegan, Matt Hill, Paul Donovan, British Podcast Awards, Helen Zaltzman, Julie Shapiro Radiotopia, Charlie Phillips, Nick White KCRW, Andrea Silenzi Panolpy ● Miranda Sawye, Chris Berube Slate Media


Incredible story: How Slaven Bilic made a dream come true for a young West Ham fan

Slaven Bilic & a young West Ham fan A Facebook post is doing the rounds on social media revealing a brilliant gesture from West Ham manager Slaven Bilic. It’s not been the easiest few days for Bilic, after he lost his cool at the end of last weekend’s Premier League match with West Brom. The Baggies scored in the 94th minute to seal a 2-2 draw, which cause Bilic to explode on the touchline. He threw a microphone on the floor, and he was sent off for his bad behaviour. But, several days after th...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, West Brom, West Ham, Andy Carroll, Slaven Bilic, Bilic, Alf, Matt Hill


Podcast: Trevor Dann hosts another discussion

Mike Hill from Radioplayer, Matt Hill from the new British Podcast Awards, and Mick Meadows of Virgin Radio join Trevor Dann for this month’s Roundtable.
Tags: Radio, Mike Hill, Matt Hill, RadioToday Programme, Mick Meadows, Trevor Dann, Radioplayer Matt Hill


New: British Podcast Awards opens for entries

A new awards ceremony just for podcasts hopes to discover and reward top pods.
Tags: Awards, Radio, Today, Matt Deegan, Matt Hill


"Unemployable," 30 Years of Hardcore, Skate and Street: Jason Boulter's epic documentation of misfit culture and what it became

With over 500 pieces of art—ranging from photography to paraphernalia and illustration—author Jason Boulter delivers an in-depth look at Stephen, Peter, and Matt Hill, the three Australian brothers who would go on to found Globe International. The...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Books, Design, Australia, Culture, Melbourne, Coffeetablebooks, Matt Hill


Perfect; could be better

When we run a new session of the altMBA, we ask each student to write a short bio and submit a picture. A week later, we share the nicely laid out PDF with the extraordinary class that has been assembled and then give people a week to update their bio for mistakes, etc. Inevitably, the bios (and the photos) get better. A lot better. It's not because people didn't try the first time. It's because being surrounded by people on the same journey as you causes you to level up. Your path forward is pr...
Tags: Leadership, Seth Godin, UnitedHealth Group, Alicia Johnson, Matt Hill, Clarissa Finks, Heatherlee Nguyen, Alexa Rohn, altMBA4 City of San Francisco, Derek W Martin, Cory Boehs


Perfect; could be better

When we run a new session of the altMBA, we ask each student to write a short bio and submit a picture. A week later, we share the nicely laid out PDF with the extraordinary class that has been assembled and then give people a week to update their bio for mistakes, etc. Inevitably, the bios (and the photos) get better. A lot better. It's not because people didn't try the first time. It's because being surrounded by people on the same journey as you causes you to level up. Your path forward is pr...
Tags: Branding, Seth Godin, UnitedHealth Group, Alicia Johnson, Matt Hill, Clarissa Finks, Heatherlee Nguyen, Alexa Rohn, altMBA4 City of San Francisco, Derek W Martin, Cory Boehs


The internet ad industry thinks the term 'second-screening' should be replaced with 'switch-screening' because TV is no longer dominant

Can you remember the last time you watched TV without snatching your phone out of your pocket to send an email, or just to scroll aimlessly through your newsfeed? A report from the UK's Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) suggests the idea that the TV is the center-piece of the living room is now out of date. Smartphones and tablets are beginning to take over the TV's dominant position, the IAB asserts. While 50% of UK adults say that the traditional TV set is the focal point of their living room,...
Tags: Google, UK, Iab, Internet Advertising Bureau IAB, Thinkbox, Tim Elkington, Matt Hill