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Listen, watch, share and engage!

This newsletter is a treasure for all radio lovers! 

It presents lots of interesting material from Radiodays Europe in Dublin from Sunday to Tuesday this week .  1300 of us from 60 countries were there taking part in 55 sessions with 100+ speakers, 4 workshops, 4 Dublin tours and 2 networking evening events.

Through a magnitude of content on our we invite you all to listen, watch, share and engage in radio’s exciting connected present and future.  A lot of articles from sessions with embedded video interviews with speakers are already published at our web site.  And a lot more will be published in the coming weeks of slide presentations and full sessions in video and audio.

For the lucky ones of us who were in Dublin this will give us an opportunity to relive these eventful days and share the experience of a vital and creative radio medium going through a more rapid change and development than ever.  And for those of us who wished to be there but were not able to this time, the content on the web site will let you take part in much of ithe learning and excitement from the largest and most important radio conference in the world anyway.

So what is published on already?

  • Creativity is currency and everyone can cash in
  • Radio in it most rapid period of change ever – keynote from BBC’s radio director Helen Boaden
  • The smartphone challenge
  • The World’s greatest radio apps
  • Radio stories from US cult phenomen The Moth
  • A love letter to radio from An Taoiseach Enda Kenny – prime minister of Ireland
  • Radio’s challenged future in cars
  • National security versus press freedom – the inside story of the Edward Snowden case
  • We want on demand and we want it now

Read short articles on these and a lot of other themes – and you will also find embedded video interviews with many of the speakers in the articles: Helen Boaden, Cilla Benkø, Jacqueline Smit, Tony Blackburn, Kim Wilde, Trygve Rønningen, Clive Dickens, Catherine Burns, Sam Cavenagh and many more.

Fun and a lot of good networking was the other part of the conference.  Watch two videos which gives a good sense of the atmosphere and mood of the community of radio people when we can come together and share experiences at Radiodays Europe. 

The Mood of Radiodays Europe
A Night at the Dogs

Find and download pictures of people you know.  Our photographers took a massive number of pictures during the event.  They are all available for free for anyone to browse in, share and download at this link.  Take a look to see if you find yourself or someone you know enjoying the sweet life of the world’s largest and most important radio conference!

A lot of materiale from Radiodays Europe 2014 in Dublin is available now on  And much more of slide presentations and full sessions in video or aurdio will come on the web site in the coming weeks. 

So – stay tuned to the Radiodays Europe frequency of excitement, optimism and visions for radio’s connected future and  share it with colleagues and friends offline and online!

That is until we all meet again.  It has been a lot of curiousity about what the next host city would be.  At the end of the conference on Tuesday the city and dates was finally announced.

Enthusiastic greetings from Dublin
and a warm welcome to Milan 15 - 17 March 2015!

Rolf Brandrud and Anders Held
Managers of Radiodays Europe



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