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Phil Critchlow is made Fellow of the Radio Academy
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TBI founder & director Phil Critchlow has been made a Fellow of the Radio Academy, the highest honour The Radio Academy can give. This award recognises individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the industry and/or the Academy.

Phil was presented with this coveted honour by Bob Shennan, (BBC Director Of Music, Controller Radio 2, 6 Music and the Asian Network and another Radio Academy Fellow) at this year’s Radio Academy Radio Festival, which took place this week at the Lowry Theatre in Salford.

Phil’s work has spanned over 20 years in the independent and BBC radio sectors, working for BBC Radio 5, The World Service and Unique Broadcasting before founding TBI Media in 2006.

The core & extended TBI Media team are of course very proud of Phil and are very pleased to congratulate him on this great achievement.