The Television & Radio Industries Club
The Television and Radio Industries Club was formed in 1931. It was established in the early days of broadcasting as the ‘Radio Industries Club’. The aim of TRIC today is to promote mutual understanding, good will and networking amongst those engaged in the technology and related industries, by the holding of high-profile events, and in doing so to raise money for the good causes nominated by TRIC.
TUESDAY 10TH MARCH 2020 11.30AM – 3.30PM
We would be delighted to see you for TRIC’s 51st award ceremony. To guarantee a table, book with us early and don’t forget to include TRIC costs in your budget (see download to right for pricing). To discuss bespoke sponsorship opportunities please contact Alexia or Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3476 7159.
We look forward to seeing you in 2020!
Lisa Snowdon – TRIC President
Lisa Snowdon is one of the nation’s best loved radio and TV presenters. As well as being one of the UK’s most successful models of recent years featuring in high-fashion covers including Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle. Lisa’s first move into TV presenting was in 2006 for MTV Select and went on to be the head judge and host of Sky Living’s ‘Britain’s Next Top Model’, which she hosted until 2009. In 2008, Lisa was announced as the co-host of Capital London’s Breakfast show, initially with Jonny Vaughan and later with Dave Berry. Lisa co-hosted the award-winning show for seven and a half years until 2015, with over one million listeners and becoming London’s number one breakfast show. As TRIC President Lisa will be supporting Meningitis Now.
Richard is the Chief Executive of the Digital TV Group, the industry association central to the development and collaborative implementation of digital television in the UK. He is also executive Chairman of the industry’s interoperability test centre, DTG Testing.
Interim Vice Chairman
Chris works on projects with friends he has known in the Consumer Electronics Industry for many years.