Here’s how to follow Radiodays Europe 2016

Three days of radio in Paris awaits hundreds of delegates taking part in this year’s Radiodays Europe event next week.

The event, which has grown to be the biggest gathering of radio professionals in Europe, starts on Sunday and continues till Tuesday evening.

If you are going – you can check in and browse the exhibition from midday Sunday. There are exclusive film showing, networking sessions, workshops, sessions and a welcome session. And that’s just Sunday.

During the event, there are 50+ sessions with 100+ speakers. At most times, 4 different sessions are running on 4 stages throughout the venue in Paris. Download the full session PDF here.

BUT – if you are keeping the wheels of industry moving at home and don’t want to miss out, RadioTodayLive once again has you covered.

Here’s a summery of our coverage this year:

Live tweets – we are in the main sessions tweeting the highlights, the exciting quotes and the delegates comments. Our Emma will keep you 100% up-to-date on @RadioTodayLive.

Live photos – we have cameras and we are not afraid to use them. You’ll see photos from the stages, the exhibition, the delegates and the speakers. If you want a photo of someone or something, let Will know!

Interviews – our AudioBoom page is where you need to be for a constant flow of audio interviews from our man on the ground Mark Pendergast.

Live stream – our partner radio station inRadio has managed to secure the rights to stream the first session live. Listen at 8am Monday for the live link up – don’t be late because it won’t be repeated!

Your comments – we’ve created a feed of the hash tag #RDE16 and you can view it, along with all the above content, on

Round-up – Trevor Dann will also be in attendance with the RadioToday Programme Flashmic talking to the great and the good, so if you can’t keep up with our live coverage, our weekly podcast will provide a look back.

All the above can be viewed on our brand new simple LIVE page – now online at (which is available for sponsorship, by the way!)

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Posted on Thursday, March 10th, 2016 at 9:53 am by Roy Martin

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