If you think you have missed the chance to be a part of the 2017 Channel Awards, the good news is, you haven't!
There are still a handful of seats left for the event before the venue is completely sold out, but you will have to be quick as the last few are going fast.
This year's awards, taking place at the Battersea Evolution Arena on Thursday 16 November, is the 24th annual Channel Awards, and there are some special surprises planned on the night to ensure it will be an evening to remember.
To see a video of last year's event, where 1,600 movers and shakers of the UK channel came together to celebrate success - click here.
The legendary after party is still planned, so the die-hard partygoers will no doubt be celebrating a night of success and achievement with their colleagues and peers until the early (or not so early) hours.
To make sure you grab your seat or seats, please contact Natasha Witter on 0207 484 9876 or email [email protected]
We look forward to seeing you there on the night!
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