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Radiodays Europe 17-19 March in Berlin - Sold out!



Radiodays Europe 17-19 March in Berlin - Sold out!

Radiodays Europe is reaching a new all time high with 1100 delegates from 50 countries coming to Berlin 17-19 March. It is now completely sold out!  

The interest in this year´s Radiodays Europe is overwhelming and the delegate numbers are up from 800 last year in Barcelona. Radiodays Europe in Berlin will be the largest radio event of its kind in the world.

Anders Held and Rolf Brandrud, the Project Managers of Radiodays Europe, say:  “We are excited about the fabulous interest in coming to Radiodays Europe to share ideas and experiences. This fits with our theme ‘Sharing Radio’s Future’.”

“Radio needs and deserves a great annual event, and Radiodays Europe is THE EVENT in Europe - and a destination for radio lovers from around the world.”

The expectations are high. Almost 100 speakers in 50 sessions will cover a wide range of topics. See programme:

Read all about it… Radiodays Europe’s Media Partners take the event worldwide!

If you are not one of the 1100 attending Radiodays don’t worry! The Radiodays team are bringing the best bits of the conference to you alongside our 2013 Media Partners: Alex, La Lettre Pro, Media UK, Radio Assistant,,, Radio Today, UK,  Radioszene, Radio World  RAIN, Werben &V erkauf.

Once again you can read all about the conference on our website, follow us on Twitter at #rde13, and, new to this year we will be recording some sessions thanks to our Media Partner,  ALEX which will be released after the conference ends. Trevor Dann will also be continuing with his Radio Talk Europe podcast interviews live from the event. There will also be an official photographer at the Radiodays Event, access to the official photographs will be available on the Radiodays Europe website

Our Media Partners and Partners are joining us this year to cover the event in different countries and in different languages – English, German, French, Italian, Greek, Polish, Spanish, Romanian to name a few. We will also have a number of live radio broadcasts from the event also in various languages among them RAI Radio2 in Italy.

In the build-up to Radiodays you can follow some of the hot topics which will be covered during the event including pre-event interviews with speakers and online event focused articles. To find these stories please visit our Media Partners websites:

La Lettre Pro -
Media UK -
Radio Assistant – - -
Radio Today –
Radioszene -
Radio World –
W&V -

Radiodays Europe, being the largest radio event in the world, believes that having such a large number of companies and individuals from the radio industry in one place is important to raise the profile of radio in all media.

Anders Held, Project Manager, Radiodays Europe says:
“Once again we are ensuring that most sessions are covered, we will be using social media to spread the word and we will be sending out highlights of the event at the end of each day. We are very happy to welcome our Media Partners this year who will be covering the event. Sharing Radio´s Future also means that our Media Partners are sharing the experience of Radiodays Europe.”

Articles about the Radiodays event can also be found on our 2013 partners, sponsors and exhibitors websites. For information of these partners please visit Radiodays at

The 4th edition of Radiodays Europe is taking place at Berliner Congress Center at Alexanderplatz in Berlin 17-19 March.

Press Contact:
Rosie Smith
Press Officer, Radiodays Europe

Notes to editors:
Radiodays Europe is an annual pan-European radio conference for leaders from public service and commercial radio as well as related industries. Radiodays Europe aims to be the best and most important radio conference in Europe, with highly sought-after speakers and sessions especially designed to ensure the best possible conference experience for the participants. The 2012 conference in Barcelona had 800 participants from 45 countries. Website: