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April 2020 ertonline.co.uk


Get on your feet


worldwide top 10 hit singles and albums. The atmosphere in the room during her performance was electric! TRIC Chair, Jane Ostler (right), said of this year’s event: “We were very fortunate to succeed in hosting such an amazing event bringing together the TV, radio and associated industries for our 51st Awards ceremony, and to raise money for our chosen charities – Help for Heroes and Combat Stress. “We are thankful to our President, Lorraine Kelly, for being a true star and helping us celebrate the winners of TRIC’s 2020 Awards – and an extra thanks to the incredible Mica Paris for her phenomenally uplifting performance!


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mpressive soul Queen, Mica Paris, also took to the stage to belt out a few hits and get everyone on their feet. She is one of the UK’s most respected female singers with a career full of


“In light of everything that is going on right


now, the nation is relying on the broadcast industry more than ever to deliver news and relevant programming to keep us entertained – it’s


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never been more needed.” TRIC, the Television and Radio Industries Club, was formed in 1931 in the early days of broadcasting as the ‘Radio Industries Club’. Its aim is to promote mutual understanding, goodwill and networking in the technology and related industries, and to raise money for good causes.


Thanks to our sponsors


TRIC is lucky enough to be supported by a huge array of industry manufacturers and associations. TRIC Chair, Jane Ostler, would like to extend her special thanks to all of this year’s TRIC Awards sponsors and supporters who help make the event possible. And here are some comments from a few of this year’s sponsors…


which provides great brand awareness to an affluent audience of corporate guests and celebrities. “To support TRIC’s charity fundraising at the event, Smeg offered a top charity auction prize of an exclusive supper club co- hosted by TV presenter and comedian, Kirsten O’Brien and Great British Menu Winner, Pip Lacey. Our activity supports our commitment to the electronics and appliances industry.”


“Smeg is proud to be a long- standing supporter and corporate member of TRIC. As a business we lobbied for a Food Programme award to be added to the honours roster as a key advocate of all things food and cooking. Smeg continues to sponsor this award,


the form of the brilliant Mica Paris – whilst Yamaha’s presence at the show was for Home Audio, we are a music brand at heart. “The TRIC Awards is an excellent event and provides a great opportunity to help raise funds for worthwhile charities too.”


time with our retail partners outside of the usual office environment, as well as getting the whole industry together under one chandeliered ceiling!”


“Yamaha was involved in this


year’s TRIC Awards in order to reach a different audience. It’s a great opportunity to network and to create new connections. We sponsored the live entertainment in


“For more than 10 years, One For All has supported TRIC events to raise funding and awareness for its incredible charity partners. “As one of the UK’s leading brand in TV accessories, One For All sees the annual TRIC Awards as a key highlight in the social calendar. The star-studded event provides an opportunity to spend


“The TRIC Awards is a fantastic event and Domestic & General (D&G) is delighted to be involved once again. As a founding member, we understand the value of building relationships, celebrating success and supporting all TRIC events across the entire year. “We are key advocates of the charities TRIC nominates and our continued sponsorship helps many deserving causes, which is why we choose to take part each year.”


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