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Radiodays Catch-Up 2015: The complete content



Radiodays Catch-Up is the videostreaming-on-demand service which were launched 25 March 2015 after Radiodays Europe in Milan. 

It consists of videostreaming of 25 of the best sessions at Radiodays Europe 2015.  You can buy access for unlimited personal use to all of them in The Full Package for 300 euro.  Or you can buy access to 12/13 session packages - one for Content & Programme and another for Strategy & Business - for 180 euro.  To buy access to the video streams in your chosen package, go to Radiodays Catch-Up Booking Page.

Below is a detailed overview over the complete content in Radiodays Catch-Up 2015.  Due to technical requirements the 25 sessions were combined into 20 videostreams.  The column on the left indicates which video streams that includes several sessions.

Radiodays Catch-Up 2015: The complete content

V1-S1: Passion meets Progress.  Opening of Radiodays Europe 2015. Luigi Gubitosi (Director General, RAI, Italy), Mathieu Gallet (CEO and Chairman, Radio France), Kristian Kropp (CEO, bigFM/RPR 1, Germany), Cilla Benkö (Director General, Swedish Radio, Sweden).  Welcoming hosts: Paul Robinson (UK)

V2-S2: Radio Summit  Stefan Møller (President, AER, Belgium), Thor Gjermund Eriksen (Director General, NRK, Norway), Helen Boaden, (Head of Radio and Music, BBC, UK).

V3-S3: The Z100 Morning Show   Elvis Duran and Dennis Clark (iHeart Radio, USA) 

V4-S4: The Chris Evans Breakfast Show – Uncovered  Helen Thomas (Editor, BBC Radio 2, UK)  

V5-S5: Death, sex and money – how to start and succeed with podcasting  Anna Sale (Producer, New York Public Radio, USA)

V5-S6: The infamous royal prank call – the DJ tells her story  Mel Greig (Ex-Presenter, 2DAYFM Sydney, Australia)

V6-S7: “Hey Mr DJ… Put a record on!”  Luc Frelon (Music programmer, fip, Radio France), Jure Longyka (Presenter, VAL 202, Radio Slovenia), Chris Blacklay (Executive producer for specialist programming, Somethin Else, UK)

V7-S8: Five simple tools to make your show better  David G Hall (Media Strategist, Los Angeles, USA)

V8-S9: For the next generation  Cajsa Lindberg (Controller SR P3, Sweden),
Ben Cooper (Controller BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, UK)

V9-S10:  #Je suis Charlie.  Terror and breaking news - the inside story.  Cécile Mégie (Director, Radio France International), Antoine Bayet (Head of digital, France Info, Radio France), Mark Cummins (Content manager, SBS, Australia), Anders Kinch Jensen (DR P1, Denmark)

V9-S11: Telling the truth from conflict areas   Cecilia Rinaldini (Reporter, RAI Radio, Italy), Konstantin von Eggert (Journalist, Komersant Radio, Russia), Carsten Kuehntopp (Editor at B5Aktuell, BR, Germany), Sidsel Wold (Correspondent, NRK, Norway).  Moderator: Silje Sande, NRK, Norway

V10-S12: The golden age of news  Mark Little (Founder of Storyful, Ireland)

V10-S13: Loving the news – in new ways   Tony Scott and Tue Blædel (Journalists and talk show hosts, Danish Radio P3, Denmark)

V11-S14: Bed to bed – the multi-platform radio audience across the day
Alison Winter (Head of Audiences, BBC Radio & Music, UK)
Audio Now - How a new era of listening is helping advertisers be heard
Judith Spilsbury (Head of Customer Training, RAB, UK)

V12-S15: Redefining radio  Sam Cavanagh (National Executive Producer, Southern Cross Austereo, Australia)

V13-S16: Digital radio - factors for success across Europe  Ole Jörgen Torvmark (Director, Digitalradio Norge, Norway), Jacquelin Bierhorst (Project Director, Digital Radio +, Netherlands), Annika Nyberg (Media Director, EBU), Laurence Harrison (Director of Technology and market development, DigitalradioUK, UK)

V14-S17: Radio beyond radio  Pierre Bellanger (CEO, Skyrock, France)
How radio became digital-first  Ali Abhary (CEO, Karnaval Media Group, Turkey)  

V15-S18 Stream Battle  Larry Rosin (Edison Research, USA), Rüdiger Landgraf (PD, Kronehit, Austria)

V15-S19: Radio in car: connected competition on the dash  James Walshe (Deputy Editor, Practical Classics automotive magazine, UK), Michael Hill (Managing Director, Radioplayer, UK), Tobias Wallerius (Hardware Architect, Visteon, Germany)

V16-S20  Mobilizing audiencies.  Three stations successfully using social media  Alex Braga (Radio host, RAI Radio 2, Italy), Erik van Hengstum (Innovation manager, NPO, Netherlands), António Mendes (PD, RFM, Portugal)

V16-S21: Hybrid radio - internet and broadcast together  Nick Piggott (Chair, RadioDNS Hybrid Radio, UK), Julia Maier-Hauff (Secretary General, AER, Germany), Florian Novak (CEO, Tonio, Austria)

V17-S22: Mobile apps: more than just live radio  Joel Sucherman (Senior Director, Digital Developments, NPR, USA), Long Zheng (Head of Product, Omny, Australia), Boris Lochthofen (CEO, Radio PSR, Germany), Michael Mahemoff (Founder, player.fm, UK)
 
V18-S23: The Comic Toolbox - or how to be funny when you´re not
John Vorhaus (Creative consultant, USA)

V19-S24: 30 ideas in 45 minutes  Sam Crowther (Head of Creative, Bauer Radio, UK), Ulla Svensson (Programme Developer, Swedish Radio, Sweden), Helen Thomas (Editor, BBC Radio 2, UK), Larry Gifford (Radio Consultant & Talent Coach, USA), Anna Sale (Producer, New York Public Radio, USA) and Gracia Lee (Digital Department, KBS, Korea)

V20-S25 South Africa's formula for radio creative success
Mariana O'Kelly (Executive Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather, South Africa)