2024 iHeartPodcast Awards: How To Watch

The 2024 iHeartPodcast Awards presented by The Hartford are almost here! This year's awards ceremony will celebrate all of your favorite podcasts, taking place during this year's SXSW Conference and Festivals in Austin, Texas at the Fairmont Hotel on Monday, March 11th at 8pm CT, and is set to once again honor the best and most innovative industry podcasts and creators of 2023.

Fans can tune in to watch this year's iHeartPodcast Awards via a video stream in partnership with YouTube on iHeartRadio's YouTube channel at 9pmET/8pm CT The event will then be availble on demand following the initial livestream. The ceremony will also be broadcast live on select iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide, and through the iHeartRadio app.

Nominees for this year's iHeartPodcast Awards include podcasts from all creators, distributors and platforms with a judging panel composed of blue-ribbon podcast industry leaders, creatives and visionaries who will determine the winners in categories including comedy, crime, news, tv and film, sports, food, business and more.

As in previous years, podcast fans will help decide the winner of the coveted Podcast of the Year presented by The Hartford award as they have cast their votes for their favorite. This year’s nominees in the category include “Crime Junkie,” “The Daily,”My Favorite Murder,” “New Heights,” “Normal Gossip,” “On Purpose with Jay Shetty,” “The Retrievals,” “Scamanda,” “SmartLess” and “Wiser Than Me with Julia Louis-Dreyfus.”

See the full list of 2024 iHeartPodcast Awards nominees HERE.

Additionally, this year's iHeartPodcast Awards will recognize the creators, organizations and podcasts that have made groundbreaking contributions to podcasting’s expanding role in today’s popular culture with several industry Icon Awards. Maggie Freleng, a Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter and producer, and Jason Flom, former Chairman and CEO of Atlantic Records, Virgin Records, and Capitol Music Group, activist and Lava for Good CEO who works with The Innocence Project, will both be honored with the 2024 Social Impact Award for their work on the podcast “Wrongful Conviction.” Jonathan Goldstein, audio industry veteran, author and podcast host of “Heavyweight,” will be honored with the 2024 Pioneer Award.

The Awards will also honor the podcast "Rotten Mango" with the Innovator Award presented by YouTube. The Innovator Award celebrates the voices that are breaking new creative ground in podcasting, and "Rotten Mango" continues to show unique storytelling through both audio and video.

Tune in to this year's iHeartPodcast Awards on March 11th!

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