BBC’s Bob Shennan to speak at Radiodays Europe

The new BBC Director of Radio Bob Shennan is lined up for a session at the next Radiodays Europe event in Paris.

Radiodays Europe is happening on March 19th to 21st, and delegates will hear about what Bob has been up to, in his new position responsible for the day-to-day running of all BBC radio stations as well as BBC Music. He’ll be answering the question, Where is BBC Radio going next?

Other speakers include Mike Fitzpatrick, Head of Content for the Triple M Network, Australia’s rock, sport and comedy network. Mike will talk about the worldwide cultural change in men, and what it means for brand and content strategy for men.

Previously confirmed speakers include Craig Bruce, talent coach; Stephanie Hirst, Dermot Whelan, comedian and radio presenter on Today FM in Ireland and Jeff Smith, Head of Music for BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music.

“We are very excited about the speaker line-up so far for Radiodays Europe. The new speaker announcement underlines our ambition this year to include both the most interesting speakers from radio in Europe and overseas, as well as the new audio market of podcasting and streaming, and interesting speakers from other businesses outside radio, from whom we can get inspired about storytelling and audience engagements, digital developments or new revenue,” says Anders Held, Co-founder and Manager of Radiodays.

More speakers will be announced shortly and a preliminary programme will be ready mid-December. In total, Radiodays Europe will have more than 120 speakers in 50+ sessions 19-21 March 2017. Book here.

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