New York Festivals® International Radio Program Awards announced a diverse roster of prominent radio executives slated to honor the World’s Best Radio Programs℠ award winners and present award segments at the New York Festivals Radio Awards Ceremony on Monday, June 22nd at Manhattan Penthouse in New York City.
Award-winning industry executives taking to the stage to present trophies include: Danielle Aykroyd, C.C. Rider The Venerator, The BluesMobile/Ben Manilla Productions, USA; Paul Bachmann, SiriusXM, USA; Colin Black, Producer & Composer, Frequency Oz, Australia; Clea Chang, Director of Marketing, Intelligence Squared, USA; Lourdes Muggenburg & Max LaValle, Tenemos Tarea, Radio Educacion, Mexico; Brian O’Connell, Reporter, Today with Sean O'Rourke, RTE Radio 1, Ireland; Peter Shevlin, Producer, Blokmedia, United Kingdom; and Cindy Witten, Acting Executive Director Radio & Audio, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada.
Rose Anderson, executive director of New York Festivals international Radio Program Awards commented, “New York Festivals Radio Awards is proud to honor the World’s Best Radio Programs by awarding international programming that demonstrates diversity, creativity, innovation and quality from all continents.”
New York Festivals Radio Awards Ceremony attendees will have immediate access to NYF’s e-program via their mobile device. Attendees can review all of the 2015 Radio Awards winner’s information: Grand Award, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Trophy-winning entries as well as Broadcaster of the Year, Production Company of the Year, and United Nation Department of Public Information Awards. To view the 2015 e-program click Here.
New York Festivals will honor the World’s Best Radio Programs on Monday, June 22nd at the annual awards ceremony taking place at Manhattan Penthouse in New York City. To purchase tickets for the 2015 gala click: Here.
World-wide since 1982, NYF’s International Radio Program competition honors the most innovative work in radio broadcasting, receiving entries from radio stations, networks, and independent producers from around the globe.