The 2020 iVoox Audience Awards - the winners
PRESS RELEASE ·
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain—The winners of the 3rd Edition of the iVoox Audience Awards are here!
In 2018 we decided to start the iVoox Awards, with the intention of helping the podcaster to get more visibility and dissemination of the content. Moreover, so that listeners can vote for their favorite podcasts.
We were very excited to be able to deliver the awards in person at the Podcast Days as we had done in the two previous editions, but this year due to the exceptional situation we are experiencing due to the covid it has not been possible.
In addition to the recognition by the audience, the winners will enjoy free iVoox visibility products, which allow to significantly increase the diffusion and growth of the podcast inside our platform.In view of the success of previous years’ editions, we want to continue celebrating in a big way. So once again we handed out eight awards, one for each category present on iVoox.
These are the winners and finalists:
Present and Society:
Wellness and Family:
Science and Culture:
Business and Technology:
History and Beliefs:
- Winner: La Escóbula de la Brújula
- Second: DIAS Extraños con Santiago Camacho
- Third: Elena en El País de los Horrores
iVoox is the leading podcast and radio platform in Spanish. Founded in 2008, it has been helping to develop the podcasting ecosystem in Spain, Latin America and USA for more than 10 years.
In addition, it is a pioneer in promoting monetization in the world of the Spanish-speaking podcast, being the unique platform that allows podcasters to generate revenues and grow in audience at the same time.It has more than 5 million users, more than 40 million episodes available and more than 60 million listens per month, with a rating of 4.7 in the main app stores.
iVoox has the largest catalog in Spanish, with more than 180,000 shows in Spanish and 620,000 shows in other languages.
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By Fernando Díaz Villanueva