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DEADLINE: MAY 25, 2020 ― The Third Coast International Audio Festival has announced the commencement of registration for its annual Third Coast / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition.

The TC/RHDF Competition awards the best narrative audio stories produced across borders and languages.

Since 2001, the Competition has celebrated masterful, experimental, groundbreaking, and radical works in audio storytelling, and has awarded over $300,000 in cash prizes to many of the most innovative makers of the past two decades. The winners are celebrated across the audio industry, receive cash prizes up to $5,000, and are selected by a cohort of judges — all makers themselves — invited by Third Coast.

This year, eleven winners will be awarded in the following nine categories: Best Documentary (Gold, Silver, Bronze), Best Serialized Story, (NEW) Best Documentary: Short, Best New Artist, Best Documentary: Non-English Language, Impact, (NEW) Audio Unbound, Director’s Choice, and Best News Feature.

The final deadline for this competition is May 25, 2020.






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