The Spurs Show Wins More Awards

Winning Host Phil Cornwell confirmed for World Cup Podcast

London 21st May 2010 – Fans of the iTunes Top 10 podcast the Spurs Show, voted in droves this month to make comedian, actor, impressionist and presenter, Phil Cornwell of the Spurs Show podcast the runaway winner of the EPL Award for Best Presenter 2009/10 once again.

The EPL Awards recognize excellence of professionals in Premier League football, including players, managers and teams to podcasts, blogs, commentators and TV shows of the 2009-2010 season.

More than 58,000 football supporters from around the world voted in the 33 categories. The voting was open from April 19 to May 15.

This is the second year that EPL Talk has hosted the EPL Awards (English Premier League). The awards were created as an opportunity for football supporters (not the PFA or journalists) to vote for what they considered the best of the Premier League experience.
In the inaugural 2008-09 EPL Awards, The Spurs Show won the Best EPL Club Podcast category (and received an Editor’s Choice award in the same category). In that same year, Phil Cornwell won the Best EPL Podcast Presenter award, too.

In the 2009-10 EPL Awards, The Spurs Show won an Editor’s Choice award in the Best EPL Club Podcast category and won the Best EPL Podcast Presenter award — for the second year in a row.

The Spurs Show was up against tough competition in the Best Club Podcast category from two other Playback Media podcasts, ‘Stop! Hammer Time’, the West Ham Podcast and ‘Not Just a Matter of Life and Death – the Liverpool Podcast’.

Phil Cornwell is confirmed to join as a one of the hosts of Playback Media’s upcoming, star studded World Cup podcast, ‘It’ll Go To Penalties’, the preview of which has already leapt to the Number 2 position on the iTunes Sports chart launches on June 2nd and will be available three times a week from June 11th. Other celebrity football fans confirmed to appear on ‘It’ll Go To Penalties’ include Eamonn Holmes, Paul Whitehouse, Nick Frost, Kriss Akabusi and Omid Djalili.

Playback Media are now seeking headline sponsors and partners for the ‘It’ll Go To Penalties’ podcast joining sports bookmaker Paddy Power, already confirmed to continue their successful association with Playback Media’s podcasts. Sponsors will benefit from unique promotional opportunities, beyond traditional radio allowing product to be discussed within the fabric of the show and supported with online communication through the podcast’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

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