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Success at the Canadian Podcast Awards!

Two of our member podcasts won their categories at the Canadian Podcast Awards in Toronto last week.
The Bothy Storytelling Podcast
Congratulations to Cross-polliNation, which was named the Outstanding Business Series, and The Bothy Storytelling Podcast, which was named the Outstanding Arts Series.

In addition to bragging rights, they also will receive a free subscription to Hindenburg to help them with audio production.

We are also enormously proud of our other nominees in the awards: Tight Ends, Not There Yet, Let's Find Out and That's a Thing?!. And your correspondent had a chance to present at PodCamp Toronto on how to build a podcast network, and met lots of great people. We made a decent splash!

Kudos to the organizers of both PodCamp Toronto and the awards. We're already looking forward to next year.
Check out all of the winners

And then we brought another winner on board...

Overdue Finds
We were already excited to welcome Overdue Finds as an affiliated member. And then it was named the Outstanding Branded Series at the Canadian Podcast Awards, beating out a show made by Gimlet Creative, among others. Quite the feather!

Overdue Finds is a fantastic survey of pop culture treasures created by the Edmonton Public Library. In a way, the podcast got its start thanks to the Alberta Podcast Network, and the network got its start thanks to the library, so we have several full circles here, which you can learn more about in our blog post about this new sponsorship. 

The podcast just launched a "March Madness" bracket to determine the best movie based on a book. Be sure to participate in #EPLMarchMadness, and hear more in the March 1 episode.
Listen to Overdue Finds

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Podcast episode guide

This week's roundup includes two live shows, courtesy of Mess Hall and Let's Find Out. You'll also find a crossover, with Speaking Municipally's Mack Male turning up on City of Champions, and the return of Walkcast! 

You will also hear shows on NHL trades, the WHL playoffs and the Algarve Cup; good bad movies and bad good movies; passionate teachers and problematic politicians; good questions and funny answers; historical looks at video games and at soccer; creative entrepreneurs and more singing than you might expect.
Read the roundup

Event listings

March 2: SkirtsTRIVIA — Join SkirtsAfire for a fun night of trivia, prizes, silent auction, food, and drinks! Live entertainment by Karimah and the trio WREN. 
Tickets: $30, or $100 per team of 4

March 8-9: iMedia — Linda Hoang of Don’t Call Me A Guru is among the speakers at the iMedia social media conference in Edmonton, as are Adam Rozenhart and Tyler Butler of ATB.  
Tickets: $265 to $295

March 12: Becoming the Story – The Power of a Brand — Luiza Campos of A Branded World hosts a workshop at the ATB Entrepreneur Centre in Calgary. “It’s not enough to be different, to win you have to matter.”
Free: Register

March 15: Marketing Matters — Using Social Media to Grow Your Business — NAIT’s Mawji Centre, home of the Let’s Do Coffee podcast, presents a panel discussion with four entrepreneurs.
Free: Register

March 16: Next Big Thing — Kyle Marshall and Luiza Campos are among the speakers at Next Big Thing, Calgary’s entrepreneur-focused educational conference. 
Tickets: $149

March 17: That’s a Thing?! Live Podcast: The internet is my GSA — Join Elizabeth Spencer and Karen Unland live at the SkirtsAfire festival for a live recording of That’s a Thing?!, with special guests. 
By donation: Details

March 21: The Salon: Moving into Spring — Pamella Heikel of Healthy Lifestyle Design holds her inaugural Salon, “an intimate, curated space where women gather to talk and share about relevant topics that pertain to our everyday lives.”
Free: Register

March 23: ATB EMERGE — Attend this entrepreneurial summit for Alberta’s up-and-coming startups, via webinar. Speakers include Mike Wenzlawe of Calgary Heritage Roasting Co., sales expert Kim Orlesky, Andrew Obrecht of YYC Cycle, Dustin Paisley of Local Laundry and Hannah Cree of CMNGD.
Free: Register

March 29-31: ATB Datathon - Solve for Alberta, solve for the world — ATB Alphabeta calls on problem-solvers to gather at MacEwan University in Edmonton to use data science to improve mental well-being, precision agriculture or banking.
Tickets: $25 to $30

Find more happenings involving our podcasters, sponsors or partners on our Events page.

All of this is possible thanks to our sponsors.
ATB Financial
Edmonton Community Foundation
Park Power
Mawji Centre for New Venture and Student Entrepreneurship
Edmonton Public Library
Alberta Podcast Network sponsorship info
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