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Channel 4 and Kiss FM’s Norman ‘Normski’ Anderson to host BIMA awards

The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) has signed up DJ, broadcaster and photographer Norman ‘Normski’ Anderson to host the BIMA Awards, for which The Drum is media partner.

Normski has been a regular fixture on TV, radio and in music for more than 20 years. As a DJ, he’s performed at clubs including Ministry of Sound, Fabric, Pacha and Café de Paris. As a broadcaster, his credits include BBC2’s ground-breaking dance music show Dance Energy, Kiss FM’s Rap Academy and Channel 4’s Board Stupid.

Music will be provided by DJ Yoda who will be playing an exclusive AV show on the night.

The awards party comes as BIMA celebrates its 30th birthday and will take place in central London venue B1 Bloomsbury on 18 September.

Guests will enjoy a host of interactive installations and other surprises, as well as a complementary bar and delicious food throughout the evening.

Sponsors for the BIMA Awards include Media Monks, Rackspace, Brilliant Basics, Aspire, Kemp Little, QA Training and TDA Digital. Partners for the evening include AMOVEO, Audio Network, The Drum, Reztron and Say Fromage.