Our beliefs


Being open is what we’re all about, so you won’t get any hidden costs from us. You’ll know exactly what we’re charging and why we’re charging it.

We don’t take media owner rebates or mark up the media we buy on your behalf. We use J-ET, the industry trading and reporting system, to book and report radio airtime campaigns. This allows for gold standard reporting which independently verifies campaign performance. You will see exactly what activity was booked and what was delivered.


Our approach to Creative is holistic. Because creative thought at the planning stage makes for far more effective campaigns.

We also encourage clients to be bold and use the chosen audio platforms to their best advantage. We work with some of the UK’s top writers, musicians and sound designers. They have worked with many iconic brands and share our passion for the medium.


Our transparent approach gives us the freedom to be accountable to our clients. So they know how we’ve planned and bought media on their behalf.

We plan neutrally across all audio media owners and platforms. And because we use industry recognised systems such as RACE and J-ET, our clients receive gold standard campaign reporting.

We also have an ‘open book’ policy which allows verification of how we’ve generated our income.

What some of our clients say…

Trisonic do a superb job and make the whole process so easy, I would recommend them to anyone.

Tom Balaam, Business Director, Mindshare

The quality of commercial production that we offer to our clients is incredibly important to us. We wanted to work with a partner that really understood our clients’ needs and that we could trust in delivering the best solution for them. Trisonic delivered on this from start to finish.”

Hamish Law, Head of Sales and Digital, JACKfm

Trisonic are a joy to work with, and always rise to the challenge of satisfying our international clients with fantastic audio.  They are proactive, quick to react and full of great ideas.”

Victor Roux, Managing Director, TimeOne Mobile

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