Networking session: Fast and curious!

Location Exhibition area - Date Sun, 13 Mar 2016 - Time 16:30 ~ 17:30

Come join the discussion and start networking on Sunday 13th March at Radiodays Europe. 

This year we are launching something new. We are bringing together delegates at a networking event before the main conference, to share ideas, share solutions and share experiences.

In a relaxed and informal setting, talk through some of the radio industry’s biggest issues with your peers from across Europe!

How does it work? There will be 10 tables with 10 moderators and each moderator will have a topic (see below).

Each participant will be asked to join a table (there will be limited spaces, first come first served).  The groups will have 10 minutes to discuss a topic, as laid out by the moderator. The conversation will be free flowing guided by the moderator – no idea is a bad idea!

After the 10-minute discussion, everyone will move to another table and do the whole thing again! All the delegates who attend will get the chance to join five or six tables during the afternoon. The whole event will take one hour. 

Places are limited, demand is high and you are ADVISED to sign up on a list in the registration area to reserve your place  to attend.

 

Moderators & Topics

“How do we make Radio Indispensable?” 

1) Ian Walker, General Manager, JackFM, Australia

“Mobile is eating the world…Engaging with the under 30 audience is now one of the most challenging aspects facing radio stations across the globe…In a rapidly changing world, is radio still relevant to these millennials?”

2) Anthony Gay, ReelWorld, UK

“Putting the sizzle back into Radio…Given radio’s on going competition from digital media and other platforms how do we make it sexy again? To both listeners and people working in the industry? It’s time for radio to come our fighting but what’s the best plan of attack?”

3) Jeremy Millar, Head, ABC Capital City Radio Group, Australia

“Building time spent listening to your radio station. Practical steps starting now”

 3) Ursula Magnus, Moderation, Radio Klassik, Austria

“Comparing apples and oranges? What classical radio stations can learn from their popular music colleagues”

4) Phil Critchlow, Founding Director, TBI Media, UK

“Independent Producers have proved themselves to be creative, innovative and extremely effective at delivering high impact content. So how do European Indies work best in partnership with audio based platform owners to help ‘Radio' adapt…and grow”

5) Kaitlin Prest, Host & Creative Director, The Heart, USA

6) Vincent Benveniste, CEO & Co-owner of DAVID Systems, Germany

“How do you expand your audience cross platform?”

7) Sarah van Mosel, ACAST, USA

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