Jason Phipps is a seasoned BBC Sony Gold winning radio/online producer now working in the areas of radio/podcast production, digital strategy consultancy and education.
At the hub Jason is an important contributor to all things digital, and in the past has worked on consultancy projects with venues such as The Stables. He’s also an experienced hub trainer, and pioneered our hugely popular Penniless Podcaster programme. He’s now to be found regularly helping to plot hub lab projects!
Also presently working for the Guardian multimedia team, producing their Science Weekly and Tech Weekly podcast strands, Jason took the Best Internet Programm’ Gold at the 2012 Sony Academy Radio Awards, for his Sounds of the Space Shuttle, an Acoustic Tribute podcast. The judges said of his work, “[a] brilliant piece of soundscape. It is a great piece of storytelling pulled off with huge skill and imagination. There is a lovely quietude to it all making for a brilliant acoustic tribute to a piece of history.”
He has produced a broad range of content in the arts and specialist music genres from Norman Jay and Charlie Gillett to Vanessa Feltz and Sean Rowley’s Guilty Pleasures programme. In 2006 Jason launched and produced BBC World Services highly innovative trends and new ideas programme Culture Shock presented by White Cube director Tim Marlow.