It was a great night for USP Content, picking up two awards at the prestigious New York Radio Festival.
The company secured the GOLD Award for Best History Programme for The Austerity Games â€“ the 1948 Olympics.
Presented by Barry Davies for <a href="http://www.bbc team task management.co.uk/radio2″ title=”BBC Radio 2″ target=”_blank”>BBC Radio 2, the show told the story of the last time London hosted the Olympics, a very different Games in a post-war environment.[audio:http://uspcontent.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Austerity-clip.mp3|titles=Austerity Games]
In addition, A Week With The Cheeseheads won BRONZE in the fiercely competitive field of Sports Programming, a particularly impressive feat for a piece of non-Olympic programming in 2012.
Darren Fletcher traveled to Green Bay, home of the legendary Packers of the NFL. It’s a city that lives almost solely for the Packers, as BBC Radio 5 Live listeners discovered.[audio:http://uspcontent.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Cheeseheads-clip.mp3|titles=Cheeseheads]