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Trish Bertram is a British television continuity announcer and voice-over artist.

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CareerEdit

Bertram started her career in 1982 with London Weekend Television[1], where she started as a local cover announcer for Channel 4 transmission before becoming a duty announcer and reading out LWT News Headlines bulletins[2].

Bertram has worked at various stations; she joined the pan-European satellite channel Super Channel in 1987 as an announcer and presenter [3] before returning to London Weekend as a freelancer in 1989. Bertram next joined British Satellite Broadcasting in March 1990 and became the chief announcer for Galaxy, the company's general entertainment channel. After a short stint contracted to TVS (where Bertram was a regular freelance announcer), she re-joined LWT again.[2]

Alongside colleague Glen Thompsett, she made the last announcement (a recorded in-vision link) on LWT's last night as an on-air brand on 27 October 2002.[4] [5]

OlympicsEdit

Bertram was one of the main Announcers at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and 2012 Summer Paralympics ceremonies in London with Marc Edwards.[6] [7]

Other workEdit

Bertram provided narration for Raeyn St. Clare's album project Nightfaery.[8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "So you want to be a Continuity Announcer". So You Want to Work in TV.
  2. ^ a b "Tish Bertram". The TV Room. c. 2000.
  3. ^ "Whatever happened to... NBC Super Channel?". a516digital.
  4. ^ Randall, Gareth (2003-02-01). "Last Days". Transdiffusion Broadcasting System.
  5. ^ Day, Julia (2002-10-21). "LWT brand set to be axed". The Guardian.
  6. ^ Bertram, Trish. "Trish Bertram". trishbertram.com. Retrieved 2019-09-08.
  7. ^ Denison, Steve. "Spotlight On! Introducing Olympic Stadium Announcer Trish". Great British Voices.
  8. ^ "Raeyn St. Claire Bio". raeynstclare.com.

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