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Welcome to Berlin in March 2013

Radiodays Europe welcomes you to Berlin 17th - 19th  of March next year.



Radiodays Europe is the meeting point for all radio in Europe, bringing together private and public radios in Europe. The 2012 conference in Barcelona, Spain had 800 participants from 45 countries and next year we expect even more when the conference will take place at the BCC, Berliner Congress Center, in the vibrant city of Berlin.

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.

Today more than ever before it is important for the European radio industry to create a common arena for discussing radio now and in the future. Radiodays Europe is that arena – a place where representatives from public service and commercial radio can meet, discuss, network, find inspiration and perhaps even provocation. The ultimate aim is to make better radio for the listeners.
Radio – as a medium – faces serious challenges right now but also in the long run. Radiodays Europe presents development opportunities and strategic insights for broadcasters. What is next in programming and formats, audience behavior, digital platforms and business models?

Radiodays Europe is the conference for everyone dedicated to radio, including private and public service radio managers, programme directors and content developers, interactive managers and professionals in marketing, sales and audience research working in radio and radio-related industries.

BCC in Berlin Kuppelsaal

And next year the conference will be held at the BCC, Berliner Congress Center, in Berlin, with room for more than 1000 attendants.


Berlin is the perfect location for the conference being one of the world’s greatest creative capitals and one of the most influential centers in European politics and culture,and a city with the most competitive radio market in Europe. Berlin is also a city that is brimming with exhibitions and parties and a city that  has its own distinctive style.

Cultural events such as the Art Forum, the Berlinale Film Festival, Designmai attract international attention, while fashion fairs like Premium put the city on the style map.
The variety of eateries, shops and hotels accommodates the discerning tastes of the many ‘new Berliners’ who flock to the city whether they be Swiss, Brits, or Swedes visiting for business, pleasure or politics.

In terms of nightlife, Berlin is full of contrasts: no one blinks an eye at film stars dancing at underground student parties or luxury automobile launches in derelict former factories. In fact this is the attraction. Berlin has a solid, tolerant municipal infrastructure, so that no matter how wild and late your partying, there’s always a custard-coloured taxi on hand to whisk you back to your hotel.

Berlin is a city of history and energy, full of excitement and forever evolving. Perhaps the latter point is the most poignant. The old and new German capital is in a constant state of flux, always becoming something without having ever achieved a state of simply being. This phenomenon has accelerated since the fall of the Wall, and efforts are now concentrated on turning Berlin into a international metropolis.

For the past few decades, Berlin has been undergoing major rebuilding and planning efforts, which are visible in the new cityscape around Potsdamer Platz and the eastern city center. But there is also a rebuilding process taking place less visibly - in the hearts and minds of Berliners.

So put the dates 17th, 18th and 19th of March 2013 in your calendar today. Berlin is the place to be and to meet next year - if you love radio.