CEDIA has announced that TV presenter and producer, Jason Bradbury will be presenting the thirteenth annual CEDIA Awards at the British Museum in London on Thursday 27th September.
Jason is best known for presenting The Gadget Show UK and US. He has worked on hundreds of shows on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, and Sky, in a career spanning almost twenty years. Jason’s understanding of technology has allowed him to become a creator in his own right, building hoverboards, robots, and mind-reading devices such as a real-life Tony Stark. Jason has also written for a number of technology and computer magazines, as well as both fiction and non-fiction works.
With a passion for technology and science, Jason brings confidence to his performance, while also boasting comic abilities, developed during his years performing in a double act with Little Britain star, David Walliams.
Matt Nimmons, Managing Director of CEDIA EMEA comments: “Jason’s extensive knowledge and understanding of our expanding industry will make him an extremely fascinating host. He is also a natural performer and we’re delighted to have him on board for this year’s CEDIA Awards. It’s going to be a spectacular evening”
To book a place at the event, single member tickets are priced at £180 + VAT with a table of ten people costing £1,600 + VAT. For non-members, a single ticket costs £230 + VAT and a table of ten people costs £2,100 + VAT. Please note the early bird discount will only be available until 12th August.
Sponsorship packages, all including a table at the event, are available. To find out more about the different packages, contact Steve Carter on SCarter@cedia.org or the events department at email@example.com.
For more information and to book your ticket, visit www.cedia.co.uk/cedia-awards.