“Rob has a Podcast” beat out 9 other finalists to win 2013 Podcast Awards for:
- Best Video Podcast of 2013
- Best Produced Podcast of 2013
See the full list of winners from the 9th Annual People’s Choice Podcast Awards: http://www.blogworld.com/
About “Rob Has a Podcast”
“Rob Has a Podcast” (RHAP) is a Reality TV podcast hosted by two-time former Survivor contestant, Rob Cesternino. The podcast covers strategy-based reality shows like Survivor, Big Brother and The Amazing Race.
RHAP streams live following the end of reality TV shows and offer an interactive way for fans to discuss their favorite shows with Cesternino. In 2013, Rob Has a Podcast had over 2 million downloads of its audio format and was watched for over 24 million minutes on YouTube.
The format of each episode of RHAP is structured around Cesternino recapping and analyzing the strategy used by the players on the reality shows. Cesternino breaks the show down the same way sports talk radio would “Monday morning quarterback”
RHAP has been primarily focused on Reality TV, but in 2013 began recapping scripted dramas like “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead.” Due to the success of these scripted drama recaps, Cesternino will be expanding to cover many more shows in 2014, using the same model that has proven successful with reality shows.
Rob Has a Podcast can be found at RobHasAwebsite.com
About Rob Cesternino
Rob Cesternino is best known to Survivor fans as the man Jeff Probst called “The smartest player never to win Survivor”. Cesternino has been creating interactive digital content since shortly after his appearance on Survivor All-Stars in 2004. Cesternino believes that key to any successful content is having a thriving, highly engaged community, like the one he created around RHAP.
In addition to podcasting, Rob was the co-executive producer of the first-ever MySpace.TV original series, Roommates. Rob also won a Streamy award in 2009 as a producer on William Shatner’s web series, “The Shatner Project.”