Date set for Radiocentre’s Tuning In North event

Radiocentre has announced its next event, Tuning In North, taking place in Manchester.

The morning event is happening on Wednesday 25th September at The Bridgewater Hall, bringing together radio stations, agencies and clients for a morning looking at the world of audio.

Tuning In North will welcome ad execs and audio experts from across the north of England, who will hear about the latest trends and opportunities in radio and audio with a number of special guest speakers, who will be announced in the coming weeks.

The event will provide delegates with insight into the latest in creativity and binaural sound, an update on Radiocentre’s latest research and how advertisers can capitalise on the audio revolution.

Tuning In North follows Radiocentre’s sell-out event in London earlier in the year.

Radiocentre CEO Siobhan Kenny told RadioToday: “Radio is thriving at the heart of the audio revolution, with record audiences, record revenues & huge new stars – and this goes for across the UK.

“That’s why we’re putting on our biggest ever Tuning In North event in Manchester, so attendees can hear directly from those shaping our brilliant industry. I can’t wait to share our exciting speaker line-up and meet stakeholders from across the north of England.”

More details and free tickets available here.

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  1. Pat says

    Yeah,record revenues and everything else so why cut all the local,
    Services?-in years gone by it was because money was supposed to be short-what’s the excuse now?

    1. mb23 says

      Those revenues are not uniform across the sector, Celador’s radio division was loss-making before Bauer bought it. Indies like Radio Essex & Connect FM are also loss-making.

      Most of the big money is in national advertising campaigns and this is largely going to Global & Bauer.

  2. Matt says

    Can’t wait for this. Radiocentre always put on an interesting event. Good to see they’re hosting things for the large audio audiecnes out of London.

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