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First speakers announced

Radiodays Europe in Berlin 18-19 March will be the 4th edition of Europe´s largest radio conference and expectations are high.

The conference will have 50 different sessions over 2 days with a range of topics from radio strategies for a digital future to new programme formats, new research and new business opportunities. What are the hot topics 2013? A first programme will be released in December

Radiodays Europe is very much about innovation. What´s next in radio? But it is also about inspiration, learning and sharing experiences across nations, says Project Manager Anders Held.






 Some of the speakers already confirmed are

  • Ben Cooper, Controller, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, UK
  • David G Hall, Media Strategist, USA
  • Frank Lanoux, Vice President, Next TV, France
  • Annika Nyberg, Media Director, EBU, Switzerland
  • Clive Dickens, COO Absolute Radio, UK
  • Cilla Benkö, Director General, Swedish Radio
  • Craig Bruce, Head of Content, Austereo, Australia
  • Caroline Grazé, Online Strategist, NRJ, Germany
  • Rüdiger Landgraf, PD, KroneHit, Austria
  • Alison Norrington, author and transmedia storyteller, UK
  • Jerry Hill, CEO, Rajar, UK

The direct involvement of broadcasters and their organisations across Europe in shaping the conference programme has been a trade mark of Radiodays Europe from the start. In Germany we are happy to work with our main partner Radiozentrale as well as ARD, vprt and Lokalrundfunktage. Proposals have also been send by mail by many individuals.

80 speakers over 2 days
From all the hundreds of suggestions the international Programme Group of six persons is now discussing the topics and getting speakers confirmed from around the world.

  • We are proud to have these great speakers already confirmed, says Project Manager Anders Held. We are talking to many more across Europe and overseas and we can release more speakers in the coming weeks. When we are ready we will have an astonishing 80 speakers in the programme on different topics over the 2 days.  

The first programme with session descriptions will be released in December and the final programme with all speakers in January. Check the website or sign up for the newsletter.
Radiodays Europe is the largest and most important radio conference in Europe with 800 participants from 45 countries in 2012.  It attracts radio leaders and other radio professionals from public as well as private stations, making it the true European meeting point for radio.
Arrive on Sunday 17 March 2013
Radiodays Europe in Berlin will kick off Sunday evening 17 March with a welcoming reception, so make sure to arrive in time. There will also be a spectacular Radio Night event for all participants on Monday night – more information will follow.
The 50 sessions in the programme are divided into 4 different session tracks, so you can pick the topics and sessions of your choice at any time.