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Thursday 08 February, 2018

Thinking about going to Vienna for Radio Days Europe in March?

As one of our readers you are eligible to a €200 discount on the ticket price.

But hurry, this exclusive offer for our readers, expires on 10 February (Vienna time).

As a media partner for RDE 2018, we can offer you this discount, as long as you register and pay by the deadline.

Radio reaches the widest audience in the world: UN Secretary General

Wednesday 07 February, 2018
"In an era of dramatic advances in communications, radio retains its power to entertain, educate, inform and inspire," says UN Secretary General António Guterres.

Speaking in the leadup to next week's World Radio Day on 13th February, Guterres said:

Radio reaches the widest audience in the world!

In an era of dramatic advances in communications, radio retains its power to entertain, educate, inform and inspire.

It can unite and empower communities and give voice to the marginalized.

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Wednesday 31 January, 2018

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Radio gamechangers think deeply about the product they are designing: Craig Bruce #RDE17

Tuesday 21 March, 2017
Craig Bruce wanted to find out what makes great presenters tick and how did they get so good, when he began his GameChangers: Radio podcast series.

Speaking at Radio Days Europe today, he gave these tips for talent management that he has learnt from talking to some of the best radio performers in the business.

When you strip away the bravado the talent is real and vulnerable. It takes skill and bravery to put yourself out there on air every day, so respect them for that and support them.

Protecting journos and fact checking in the #DonaldTrump era #RDE17

Monday 20 March, 2017
Speaking at today’s RadioDays Europe conference, Hannah Storm from the International News Safety Institute made a plea for the safety of journalists.

The rise of Donald Trump and similar politicians has seen “a contagion spread and journos have become a target of that,” said Storm.

The phenomenon of fake news and the trolling campaigns and online harassment against individual journalists, lead by people like Trump “can’t be ignored” according to the News Safety Institute.

'Let's continue to write the next chapter of radio' #RDE17

Monday 20 March, 2017
In Amsterdam 1500 participants have gathered to hear 120 of the radio industry’s leading minds discuss ideas and initiatives about the future of radio.

This year’s theme is ‘a sound future.’

Opening the conference, organiser Anders Held said:

“I believe there is a bright future for radio if we reinvent ourselves and change… There is also a growing audio market and many new platforms which is very interesting.”

Fast and Curious discussion about social media and radio #RDE17

Monday 20 March, 2017
What happens at RadioDays Europe?

Here's a taste of one of the events called Fast and Curious. It's a kind of speed dating discussion for radio.

Groups move around to different tables every ten minutes and discuss a different topic.

Steve Ahern hosted a table discussing social media and radio.

What is your leadership message? #RDE16

Saturday 19 March, 2016

Cam Baxter was another Aussie at Radio Days who had some useful insights to share.
Coming up with a great content strategy is useless unless you can communicate it. Leadership coach Baxter led a session which urged radio industry leaders to refine their message to a few key points and clearly communicate them in a way that is easy to remember and repeat.
In the spirit of Baxter’s key message about being clear, short and to the point, here is the key message from his presentation:

Young people want brilliant content all the time #RDE16

Saturday 19 March, 2016

In a Radio Days session on research, Patrick Collins, the head researcher for the BBC youth networks Radio 1 and 1Extra outlined some of the key characteristics young people aged 12-24 want from their media.
“Young people want brilliant content all the time…
“And they want control,” he said

Fred Jacobs on connected cars at #RDE16

Saturday 19 March, 2016

America, a country with so many cars, is the canary in the coal mine that will indicate how people will consume radio, and other connected media, in cars into the future.
“Like the radio industry, the car industry is seeing a lot of disruption,” said Jacobs, who works with car manufacturers to see what new car purchasers are thinking about when they want to buy a new car.


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