Every year, the audio jury of the DIG Awards rewards the best podcasts and works of investigative audiojournalism from hundreds of entries. This year, the jury consists of five audio journalists and pocast producers with international experience.
Angelo Miotto is a journalist, communicator and podcaster. He worked for several years in radio journalism, epsecially with Radio popolare, and then experimented in web and print media – with Peacereporter and E Il Mensile – with forays into webdocumentary, video documentary and audiodoc. He is the founder and editor of Q Code Mag, a geopoetics magazine, together with Christian Elia. In 1997 with Filippo Del Corno and Carlo Boccadoro he founded Sentieri Selvaggi, a contemporary music ensemble. He is the author of several essays for Altreconomia, Verde Nero, NdA, and Milieu editore. He directs the communication of Avanzi, Sostenibilità per Azioni e il Festival dei Diritti Umani.
Andrea de Cesco
Andrea De Cesco is Head of the Chora Academy. He worked for Il Corriere della Sera, with which she still collaborates. For the newspaper, in addition to writing about digital culture and society, she is also art director of the newsletter “Futura”. Since 2019, she has also been editor of the newsletter “Questioni d’orecchio”, dedicated to the podcast and audiobook market. On LifeGate radio she is the host of a radio segment dedicated to podcasts.
Adèle Humbert is a French investigative journalist. Trained as a lawyer, she started her career as a podcast producer in the United States. In 2017, she led an investigation into the Paradise Papers at Radio France and in 2022 won an audio DIG Award with “En Eaux Troubles”. She also works as a consultant on podcasts for media and private companies. In 2019, she co-founded Insider Podcast, of which she is CEO.
Jonathan Zenti is a podcast author and writer. He has worked for many years with Radio3 and major international radio stations such as BBC, CBC and ABC Australia. He has been a finalist for the Prix Italia, Prix Europa in Berlin and Radiotopia’s Podquest in Boston. He won the Hearsay Award in Ireland in 2015 and the Third Coast Award in Chicago in 2018, two of the most important international audio awards. Today, he curates his own podcast “Problemi” and is the creative director per i podcast di Internazionale. In his work he talks about human relationships, when they fit together badly and show cracks. ‘Problems’ is also his first book, published by Blackie Editions.
Giulia Nucci works for Radio3, Rai’s cultural channel, since 2008. She is the editor of “Tre Soldi” (Three Money), an audio documentary programme, and of “Zarathustra”, a programme in which literary and philosophical reflections are juxtaposed with a true story. She also acts as executive producer for Radio 3’s original podcasts.