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Happy First Birthday to Awards Radar!

Can you believe we’re officially a year old today? Full disclosure, I’m still up at the Toronto International Film Festival and completely forgot, so credit to my right hand man Steve for remembering. TIFF aside, it’s very surreal to see how quickly time has passed. Last year, we launched Awards Radar in the midst of lockdown and the pandemic, taking a legitimate risk. Would anyone care? Was I cut out to run a site? Well, thanks to all of you, it has been a resounding yes, at least to the first question. My heart is so full today, regardless of whether you read the site every day or just have come across it once. It truly means the world to me.

From the bottom of my heart, I can’t express how much I appreciate everyone who has helped make Awards Radar a success. My team members, the readers, the publicists who never doubted its potential, and the talent who took time to talk to us, it has been a hell of a year. Thank you again and here’s to many more!

365 days, dozens of amazing team members, countless interviews, reviews, articles & predictions and YOU! We’ve reached our 1st major milestone, AR’s one year old! To all who made it possible: our awesome AR team to our wonderful partners, & most of all our readers… THANK YOU!

Happy Anniversary Awards Radar!


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Steven Prusakowski
1 year ago

I have enjoyed every moment of the journey. It is endless and at times challenging work, but it is all worthwhile because of our really awesome team and our leader, Joey, who works tirelessly to make Awards Radar work. My favorite part has been meeting, talking and working with our writers, social media team, and news squad who help this grow into a rewarding experience for all. Happy birthday, a few days late (I’ve been busy) to Awards Radar!

Brian H.
Brian H.
1 year ago

Great job to everyone involved, congrats and wonderful wishes going forward!


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