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  • BIMA Awards 2016

    Posted by on September 19, 2016 // 1 Comment
    bridget.beale

    To borrow the words of our outgoing Chairman, Adam Graham, Thursday night was emotional – in a very good way. The BIMA Awards are a flagship event for our organisation and for the industry. It’s therefore always a high stress night for the BIMA team, as we’re conscious of the privilege of recognising and awarding
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  • BIMA ThirstDay and Social Media Week special… the lowdown

    Posted by on September 2, 2016 // No Comments
    Sophie Bampton

    After a brief hiatus, BIMA ThirstDay made a triumphant return to London, partnering with Social Media Week London to bring one lucky BIMA member the opportunity to win a speaking slot on the official schedule. Tasked with pitching their proposed talk, our shortlistees took the mic and had 3 minutes to convince our judges and
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  • Radio 1Xtra DJ Trevor Nelson to headline the BIMA Awards 2016

    Posted by on September 1, 2016 // No Comments
    bridget.beale

    BIMA are delighted to announce that DJ Trevor Nelson will play a headline set at the BIMA Awards party 2016. A pioneer in the urban music scene, Trevor started his broadcasting career at then pirate station Kiss FM before moving to BBC Radio 1 to present the first ever national RNB show ‘The Rhythm Nation’,
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