Digital Radio UK’s Drive to Digital conference will be chaired by upcoming Magic breakfast presenter Harriet Scott.
Harriet is one of the first people to be announced to be part of the event, along with Magic and Absolute’s Group Content Director Tony Moorey.
BBC Radio 1 Controller Ben Cooper will also be taking part – interviewing Tony Blackburn.
The event takes place on September 26th at The British Museum, and will focus on digital radio in connected cars and homes. We’ll also hear from John Gahagan, VP, Business Operations, Northern Europe, at Sonos, and the team behind Amazon Alexa about the importance of voice-control for radio and the connected home. Additionally, car manufacturer Audi will reveal its new approach to digital radio in connected cars, alongside Joe D’Angelo, Senior Vice President, Broadcast Radio at DTS Connected Radio.
Drive to Digital 2017 will also feature a digital radio and audio technology exhibition.
Ford Ennals, CEO, Digital Radio UK, said: “We are delighted to have such a strong line up of speakers already confirmed for this year’s Drive to Digital conference and such great support from sponsors.
“We have more exciting announcements coming soon, and are looking forward to welcoming delegates to an unmissable afternoon at the British Museum.”
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