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European Radio Awards launched

The details of the first ever Europe-wide radio industry awards have been unveiled. Open to more than 3500 stations across the continent, there'll be 33 different awards and the 2007 winners will be announced later this year. All applications, uploading of audio and judging will be done online.

Julian Allitt, Managing Director of JazzRadio 101.9 Berlin, said: "It makes excellent sense to provide a new competition showcase of the best work by broadcasters across the European Union's diverse and dynamic radio markets. We all stand to gain from the opportunity."

Full details of how to enter, together with entry criteria and helpful hints will be posted on the European Radio Awards [link=http://www.euradioawards.com]website[/link] soon.

Here's the full list of categories:

Best Regular Music Programme
Best Regular Showbiz Feature
Best Music Special
Best Syndicated Programme

Best On Air Commentary Team
Best General Sports Programme
Best Sports Special

[b]Internet Only Radio[/b]
Best Internet Only Station
Best Internet Only Presenter
Best Original Content Podcast

Sound of the Station Producer of the Year
Programme Producer
Produced Promo

Programmer of the Year
Best Radio Station Website (free to enter)
Community Award (free to enter)
Environment Award (free to enter)

Best News Documentary or Special
Best Coverage of a Breaking News Story
Journalist of the Year

[b]On Air talent[/b]
Best Radio Personality
Best Talk Host
Best Music Presenter

[b]Breakfast show[/b]
Best Breakfast Show Personality
Best Breakfast Show Producer
Best Breakfast Show

[b]Industry Awards[/b]
Best Radio Industry Website
European Voice over artist of the year
Writing for Radio Award
Best New Media Initiative

[b]Station of the year[/b]
European Radio Station of the Year (TSA less than 300,000)
European Radio Station of the Year (TSA between 300,000 and 1,000,000)
European Radio Station of the Year (TSA over 1,000,000)

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