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More new speakers and #RDEiloveradio100



 

An Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of the Republic of Ireland, Enda Kenny, will be speaking at Radiodays Europe 23-25 March in Dublin. He will talk about the role of radio and its importance for information, community and culture.

- We are pleased and honoured to have  An Taoiseach Enda Kenny welcoming Radiodays delegates to Ireland and showing his dedication to radio, says Anders Held and Rolf Brandrud, Project Managers of Radiodays Europe.

More new speakers

We are also proud to announce the following new confirmed speakers:

  • Tom Dunne, lead singer with Dublin group "Something Happens", host on Newstalk, Ireland.
  • Miles Palmer, representative of TuneIn online music service, UK
  • Tryggve Ronnigen, CEO and Chief Editor, MTG Radio P4, Norway
  • Jan Westerhof, CEO of Programming Radio, NPO, Netherlands
  • Anastasia Gorokhova, Voice of Russia, Russia
  • Hla Yin Aye, Station manager and Kyaw Swar, Producer at Mandalay FM, Myanmar/Burma
  • Filippo Solibello, Morning host on Radio 2, RAI, Italy
  • Phil Riley, CEO of Orion Media, West Midlands, UK
  • Vilde  Batzer, Managing editor of humour and entertainment, NRK-P3, Norway

 

4 female executives on radio´s future

Radiodays Europe, Europe´s largest radio conference with 1200 delegates form 50 countries, will have 100 speakers in more than 50 sessions. Here is a reminder of  just one of the sessions:

The Radio Summit: Four radio executives on Radio´s Connected Future with Helen Boaden (Radio Director, BBC, UK), Jacqueline Smit (CEO 538 Group, Netherlands), Mayram Salehi (Managing Director, NRJ Group, France) Cilla Benkö (Director General, Swedish Radio).

See all sessions at the website: www.radiodayseurope.com.

 

#RDEloveradio100

As radio is promoted worldwide on the World Radio Day 13 February, Radiodays Europe invites you to  #RDEloveradio100.  

  100 people who love radio and why.... Radiodays Europe is always a celebration of all things radio. This year we want to hear from you why you love radio (in 140 characters). Using the #RDEloveradio100 we are bringing together our love of radio for Radiodays Europe 2014. If Twitter isn't your thing please send your 'why I love radio' quote to the press team and we will make sure it is added to our list. Watch out for your quotes during the conference as we will be showing throughout the two days!  Press contact: Rosie Smith