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Newsletter RDE



High scores for Radiodays Europe in Berlin

The feedback from 1200 participants in Berlin has been overwhelmingly positive. In a survey 89% of the delegates say they were pleased or very pleased with the overall quality of the conference (satisfactory or very satisfactory)  which is 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale where 5 is the highest score. Only 3% say it was unsatisfactory (1 or 2). The average score is 4,2 which is quite extraordinary. Many has also commented that the Berlin conference was better than the year before and “the best so far”.

Both public and commercial radio give the same level of high scores. Looking at the different sessions, there were 22 sessions that scored 4 or higher and none were rated 3 or lower.

On the positive side is of course the quality of the speakers, the wide range of topics and that Radiodays attracts “the right people”, making it an the most important meeting point for radio. Delegates were also pleased with the venue, but are asking for facilitation of  contacts between delegates.

Asian radio day organized by Radiodays Europe

In connection with Asia Media Summit in Manado, Indonesia, Radiodays Europe organized a full day workshop on challenges for radio in the digital age on 28th of May. It was the first radio event in 10 years at the Asia Media Summit, which is an annual conference hosted by Asia Pacific Institution for Broadcasting Development. Broadcasters from 28 countries were present at the radio day, including Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Nepal and Afghanistan.
-    The feedback has been very positive, says Project Manager Anders Held, who was responsible for the Asian event. One comment was that “Now I´m convinced radio is not dying”, and that is rewarding, since radio is a big and important media in many parts of Asia.  

Dublin 2014 – save the dates!

The next Radiodays Europe will be held at the Convention Center Dublin (CCD) in Dublin, Ireland 23-25 March 2014. The spectacular brand new convention center by the river Liffey has already won several awards. The project management has already paid several visits to Dublin in preparation for next year´s event. An important role is played by the local broadcasting partners RTÉ (public) and IBI (Independent Broadcasters of Ireland) in cooperation with BBC Northern Ireland. They will be working closely with Radiodays Europe to ensure that everyone will get a great experience when visiting Ireland next year.

Ticket sales start end of October

For the last two years Radiodays Europe has been sold out weeks in advance, even if we have gone from one big venue to an even bigger one. So make sure you don´t wait too long to register and buy your ticket to the biggest radio event in 2014 – Radiodays Europe in Dublin 23-25 March. Prices and registration will be available at the end of October.


For proposals for next year´s conference, don´t hesitate to contact the project managers Anders Held ( or Rolf Brandrud (

For questions about exhibition and commercial opportunities, please contact Frederik Stucki (

All the best summer greetings from

Anders Held & Rolf Brandrud
Radiodays Europe Team 

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