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Entry deadline extended to 31 March 2021 – The Radio Awards

Posted by radio On January - 30 - 2021

Radio professionals: you have been heard!
Entry deadline for The Radio Awards extended to 31 March 2021

With a whirlwind start to 2021 that has seen a more stringent lockdown imposed, we know it’s been quite a task to reorganise, work remotely, and overcome numerous tech challenges to keep everyone on air. Finding one’s feet in 2021 has not been easy.

After receiving industry-wide requests to shift the entry deadline for this year’s Radio Awards programme, we have agreed to extend the entry deadline date to 31 March 2021.

It remains, however, that only content broadcast from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020 is eligible.

Mark these NEW important dates…

16 February 2021 – Station Managers Choice nominations open
31 March 2021 – 2021 Entries close
14 April 2021 – My Station Competition closes
15 June 2021 – Finalist announcement (Part 1: general categories)
02 July 2021 – Finalist announcement (Part 2: nomination categories)
16 July 2021 – Virtual Winners Announcement

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