Michael Robinson: Ondas Award for Best Television Host

Michael Robinson (Leicester, England, July 12, 1958 – Madrid, April 28, 2020) has been awarded the 2020 Ondas Award for best television presenter. Admired by all, Robinson, an entertainment cannibal, was a footballer, commentator and television presenter in Spain. A communication giant who until the last moment of his life kept working as a commentator for Movistar + and Cadena Ser.

This Ondas Award crowns a long career. The perfect culmination of his rigorous and casual style so characteristic of Michael Robinson. A recognition of his work in front of the screen since he hung up his boots in the ranks of Osasuna and joined Alfredo Relaño's team on Canal +. It is the third Ondas Award for 'the English of Cádiz' throughout his long career in communication. In 1994, when he was part of the innovative sports program 'The Day After', he received the first recognition. His second award was in 2009, with one of his latest innovations in the world of sports journalism 'The Robinson Report'. The space received the award for best entertainment program or special coverage.

The Ondas Awards are awards given by Radio Barcelona from Cadena SER to the best radio, television and music professionals. In its 64th edition it has also been awardedhe program of Cadena SER 'Carrusel Deportivo' that has received ex aequo together with 'Tiempo de Juego' by Cope el Ondas for best radio program.