CitizenRacecar’s Podcasts Shine at the 3rd Annual Anthem Awards

CitizenRacecar, a nationally-recognized podcast production company with  a specialty in working with nonprofit organizations, announced today that three show it produces are winners in the 3rd Annual Anthem Awards.  

“Formative”, created in collaboration with NYC-based education nonprofit New York Edge, won a Gold medal  and “Undiscarded: Stories if New York”, a collaboration with Brooklyn museum The City Reliquary, won a  Silver for Best Podcast or Audio project in Education, Art & Culture. “Fish of the Week!”, created with the U.S.  Fish and Wildlife Service, won a Bronze medal for podcasts in the category of Sustainability, Environment &  Climate. 

The Anthem Awards celebrate excellence in digital storytelling created with the intention of having positive  social impact. Winners were selected from a pool of over 2,000 submissions from 44 countries by the  International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS). Anthem judges are intellectually diverse leaders  from across the impact industry with expertise that spans across the Anthem cause areas. 

“Formative” is a podcast series conceived in collaboration with New York Edge, the leading nonprofit provider  of free after-school programs in New York City public schools. The show aims to underscore New York Edge’s  dedication to mentorship by featuring engaging conversations in which notable adults—ranging from artists  and scientists to athletes and politicians—are interviewed by middle school students, aged eleven to fourteen. 

“Fish of the Week!” is a dynamic podcast series developed to promote sport fishing and enhance public  awareness of aquatic species. The weekly show features two passionate biologist/anglers and a wide range  of expert guests having lively conversations about fish species from around the country. 

“Undiscarded” tells in-depth stories about objects from the unique collection of the City Reliquary Museum in  Brooklyn, New York, and along the way tells a ground-level history of New York City, from the perspective of  groups and individuals who are often ignored and overlooked, but whose contributions to the city are deep  and lasting.  

All three shows are currently available on all major podcast platforms.