CRN Channel Awards - lookback...

Doug Woodburn
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CRN Channel Awards - lookback...

Brought to you from a top London studio - complete with celebrity host - the first virtual CRN Channel Awards took place this evening

Swanky London studio - check. Celebrity host - check. Exclusive interviews with top industry figures including Sir Peter Rigby - check.

Welcome to the first ever, virtual CRN Channel Awards. 

This blog will bring you live coverage of the event, which kicked off yesterday at 5pm. See here for more information on the awards.

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