The biggest radio event in Europe is taking place next month in Paris, and the full schedule is now out.
Tickets are still available to buy, and you can see coverage on RadioTodayLive.com as ever. The main room will be hosted by Paul Robinson and Alice Petren.
The event starts on Monday 14th March at 9am with the official opening session. This includes keynotes from Dee Ford, Managing Director at Bauer Media UK, and Mathieu Gallet, President and CEO of Radio France.
The welcoming address includes Graham Dixon from EBU, Stefan Moller from AER and Marie-Christine Saragosse, President and CEO of France Medias Monde, plus notes from Jon Holmes from Radio X and Kamila Ceran from Tok FM Poland.
Main sessions includes “KIIS and say goodbye” – with Kyle and Jackie O, and Duncan Campbell from KIIS 1065 in Sydney. They’ll be talking about the big move from 2Day FM.
- The BBC’s Helen Boaden will be talking about the changing media landscape with Cilla Benko from Swedish Radio.
- Elvis Duran is taking part in a session on Morning radio superstars, along with Bruno Guillon from FUN Radio France, Gry Forsell from Mix Megapol and Kris Fade from Virgin Radio Dubai. They’re all chatting with Dennis Clark.
- Steve Taylor, Bauer Media’s Creative Commercial Director will explain how he uses different touchpoints to engage with audiences and generate revenue.
- BBC Radio 1’s new Head of Music Chris Price will be in session with David Cooper of Spotify UK about the big beats of radio and music.
- LBC will feature in a conversation between James Rea and Nick Ferrari about what makes great speech radio.
- Paul Sylvester from Absolute Radio will be chatting with Alex Kind from Star FM Germany about holding radio station events, from multi-artist concerts through to taking your Morning Show on tour, and will provide ideas and inspiration for your station to put on the best possible events.
There are also sessions with Mark Barber from Radiocentre, consultant Francie Currie and more speakers from across Europe.
The event is held over three days from March 14th and you find out more at RadiodaysEurope.com