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The best in Asian American podcasting to be honored

The first-ever in-person Golden Crane Podcast Awards will take place in New York Chinatown on August 30, the non-profit Asian American Podcasters Association announced.

Entries can be submitted through August 10th.

The award ceremony will be held during a black-tie dinner at a location in Chinatown yet to be announced.

“This award honors podcasts of distinction and overall excellence While the purpose is to recognize and increase the visibility of Asian and Asian American Pacific Islander podcasters, all are welcome to apply,” according to a description posted by AAPA.

Categories include Arts + Crafts / Creativity; Asian Culture: Stories and Experiences; Best Show Produced for Kids; Bingeworthy; Business/Finance; Drama/Fiction; Entertainment/TV/Film; Entrepreneur/Solopreneur; History; LGBTQ+; News; Parenting; Science; Sound Design + Production; Student Show (ages 8 to 17); Unique + Fun; and Wellness/Self-Improvement.

        “We are still the only awards show which acknowledges podcasters who are of student age,” co-founder Lee Uehara mentioned. “Podcasting is one of the few content creation vehicles where there is no age limit, and we’re always glad to encourage our younger colleagues.”

The awards program will also be live-streamed. Entrants must be present either in-person or virtually to be eligible to win.

The Asian American Podcasters Association is a non-profit organization.

Membership is currently free.

The Golden Crane is sponsored by ListenNotes.com and Podbean.com.

For more info, submissions, and tickets:  http://www.aapodcasters.org, [email protected], (212) 655-9840.  

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