FT Audio has won four Lovie Awards, which each year celebrate excellence in online content in Europe.
'The Lovies' recognise those ranging from Europe’s top web and creative networks and content publishers, to cultural and political organisations and individual creators. They are the European sister awards to the Webbys.
The FT winners were:
FT News Briefing - led by Marc Filippino, Fiona Symon and Jess Smith - won both a Gold Lovie and a People’s Lovie in the Podcasts: News & Politics category.
Money Clinic with Claer Barrett - led by Claer, Persis Love, Josh de la Mare, Breen Turner and Manuela Saragosa - won both the Silver and People’s Lovie in the Podcasts: Business category.
Global head of audio Cheryl Brumley said: "The Lovie Awards recognise the best of the European internet so it is truly an honour to receive not one, but four awards. The FT has growing ambitions in audio and so we are delighted more people are interacting with our world-class journalism through this approachable medium.These awards are a real testament to the hard work and creative drive of the entire audio team, especially the producers and host behind the FT News Briefing (Marc Filippino, Jess Smith, Fiona Symon) and Money Clinic (Claer Barrett, Persis Love, Breen Turner, Josh de la Mare, Manuela Saragosa)."
More information can be found at lovieawards.com.
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