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CBA wins big on the international stage

We are delighted to announce CBA has once more been recognised on the international stage, taking home another accolade at the prestigious New York Festivals Radio Awards.

Grey Areas, our podcast hosted by Petra Bagust and produced by Stephanie Soh Lavemaau and Josh Couch about growing up and going grey in Aotearoa New Zealand, has won silver in the Best Podcast - Entertainment category.

We also gained a finalist placing for Best Director of our Crazy Kiwi Christmas Kids Show.

The New York Radio Awards are about celebrating the best audio programmes from 40 countries across the globe, and each year they receive submissions from many of the world’s biggest media outlets. The likes of the BBC, HarperCollins, Sky News and ABC News were among the nominees this year.

So, for little old CBA – a charitable trust operating out of a small office in industrial Penrose – to compete with some of the giants of global media, and win, is very gratifying.

Grey Areas has also been named as a finalist for Best Entertainment Podcast at the upcoming NZ Radio Awards; and last week Straight Up with Niva and Beatrice, a podcast we helped produce for NZME, was nominated for a Voyager Media Award.

Awards and nominations are a welcome recognition of our work, but their true value lies in the boost they give to CBA’s reputation in the media industry. This is so valuable when it comes to forging relationships and establishing trust with media organisations – and ultimately getting more opportunities to share the heart of the Christian faith in mainstream media.

Thank you for backing our work. Your generosity has enabled us to create a podcast that blesses an audience of tens of thousands.

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