Absolute Radio’s latest on-air recruit Dave Berry will appear on stage at Radiodays Europe in Vienna next year.
He’ll be joined by his boss, Absolute Radio Content Director Paul Sylvester, to talk about launching a new national radio show.
Radiodays Europe will have more than 120 speakers in 50+ sessions over two and a half days from 18-20 March 2018 in Austria. Other new speakers announced today include Alison Winter, Head of Audiences for BBC Radio and Education, who’ll be presenting the research on which the BBC digital strategy is based.
They join Bob Shennan, Director of BBC Radio, and Linda Green, Founder and Director of Leading Creative Talent who are also confirmed for the line-up.
Dieuwertje Valentijn, Programme Manager, Qmusic, the Netherlands, about inspiring hosts to tell compelling stories on-air.
Tomas Granryd, Head of Innovation Teams, Swedish Radio, Sweden, working on voice-controlled speakers and new innovations.
Robert F. Potter, Professor at Indiana University, USA, specialized in understanding, how we unconsciously experience music and radio and our ability to remember what we hear.
Tom Webster, Vice President of Strategy for Edison Research, USA, with the latest research on smart speakers.
Philip Maes, independent radio creative, Belgium, about the most difficult of all skills – how to be funny.
Penelope Thomas, Project Manager, Research for Innovation, The Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Australia; film for the ears.
Get more details and early bird tickets at RadiodaysEurope.com