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2017 NYF Intl. Radio Program Awards Open for Entries
RADIO ONLINE | Sunday, January 15, 2017 | 6:00pm CT

The 2017 New York Festivals International Radio Program Awards is now open for entries. Since 1982, NYF has honored the World's Best Radio Programs, with entries from stations, networks and independent producers from over 30 countries. This year, NYF's category roster includes new updates "Best Live News Special" and "Heroes Documentary" along with two more Podcast categories for "Music" and "Personal Lives."

"From hard-hitting investigative journalism to breath-taking theater of the mind, radio today engages listeners as never before across a growing spectrum of genres and platforms. Storytelling, the power of the individual voice, and the immediacy of the medium - all testify to the universal language of radio," said New York Festivals Radio Program Awards Executive Director Rose Anderson. "And so, every year we augment our categories not only to be in sync with the industry but in order to stay ahead of the curve as visionaries around the world raise the bar of what is possible."

New York Festivals Radio Awards Advisory Board is comprised of prominent international execs recognized as thought-leaders in the radio broadcasting industry. This year, NYF announces two new radio industry vets the Advisory Board. "With the addition of Michael Harrison and Todd Stack to our Advisory Board, NYF benefits from their extensive hands-on knowledge of two areas of great growth: talk and podcasts," said Anderson.

Michael Harrison is editor and publisher of the trade publication Talkers and Todd Stack is VP/Talk Production & Operations at SiriusXM Radio.

The deadline to enter is March 17 at

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