The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) declared the champs today.
“Sold in America,” which examined the billion-dollar sex exchange industry in the United States, won in the National Interactive Media Podcast-Investigative class.
Facilitated by Noor Tagouri, the nine-scene arrangement took audience members on an adventure the nation over into the universe of selling sex in America. This profoundly close to home, profoundly revealed arrangement uncovered misguided judgments encompassing the sex business through points of view from those working in and around it.
Inside multi week of propelling on Stitcher and other webcast listening stages, “Sold in America” achieved the best 10 digital recordings on Apple Podcasts. Because of an overflowing of audience commitment and input, “Sold in America” likewise discharged two extra scenes including gathering of people responses.
The web recording was a follow-up to the narrative of a similar name that publicized a year ago on Newsy, Scripps’ national news organize. The three-section arrangement including Tagouri offered an inside and out take a gander at the sex exchange through meetings with human dealing survivors, sex specialists, pimps, purchasers and open authorities on the forefronts.
“‘Sold in America’ gave audience members a moving, individual window into a critical and little-examined issue,” said Ellen Weiss, VP and department head of the Scripps Washington Bureau. “Noor’s energetic detailing had an immense effect, and the reaction from groups of onlookers underscores the significance of including different points of view as we recount to these accounts.”
“‘Sold in America’ is a solid case of the venture news-casting and well-made narrating our National Media brands are conveying for crowds crosswise over stages,” said Laura Tomlin, senior VP of National Media for Scripps. “The Stitcher, Scripps Washington Bureau and Newsy groups indicated gigantic assurance in seeking after and conveying light to this vital issue.”
The web recording was accounted for and delivered by Tagouri with Eric Krupke, maker at Scripps Washington Bureau, and Kevin Clancy and Kate Grumke at Newsy. The arrangement was altered by Susanne Reber and Ellen Weiss in the Scripps Washington Bureau and by Peter Clowney at Stitcher. John Asante of Stitcher filled in as senior maker and Chris Bannon and Jenny Radelet of Stitcher filled in as official makers. David Herman created the sound structure and unique topic piece for the digital broadcast.
The AWMF yearly Gracie Awards celebrate model programming made by, for and about ladies crosswise over radio, TV, link and intelligent media.
Stitcher and the Scripps Washington Bureau will be regarded at the 44th Annual Gracie Awards Gala on May 21 in Beverly Hills, California.