Radiodays Europe 2023

The meeting point for Radio, Audio, Podcast

Radiodays Europe Prague, Czech Republic – 26-28 March 2023

In a time of change, Radiodays Europe brings the industry together and lead the development as the most innovative and creative initiative in the radio and audio world

Radiodays Europe was born in 2010 as a response to the needs of the European industry, public and private, to come together to discuss the new media challenges, across borders. It has since grown to become the most important annual conference for radio professionals with over 1600 participants from 65 countries. It is the meeting point for the European radio, podcast & audio industries. It attracts both private and public radio stations, podcasters from across the spectrum big and small, plus audio professionals from a variety of industries. It is a destination event for professionals and companies from around the world.

RDE is organised as an annual conference in the spring of a different European city each year. This year the event will be in-person. 

Opening Times

08.30 – Registration Opens for Radiodays Inclusive (formerly RDE Women) 

09.00 – Radiodays Inclusive Opens – Free Event 

12.00 – Registration Opens for Summits & Free Exhibition Opens for all 

12.30 – Podcast, Youth, Audiodata Summits Open – Registration Required

16.30 – Summits End 

16.30 – Slow Networking Starts – Free 1 hour networking

18.30 – Evening Networking Event Starts 

20.00 – Networking & Venue Closes 

08.30 – Registration & Exhibition Opens 

09.00 – Conference Starts 

13.00 – Lunch Break 

17.45 – Conference & Exhibition Ends 

18.00 – Venue Closes 

19.00 – Evening Event Doors Open

08.30 – Conference & Exhibition Opens 

09.00 – Conferences Opens 

12.45 – Lunch Break

16.00 – Conference Ends 

16.30 – Venue Closes

Host City & Venue

Host City Prague: The Czech Republic has a vibrant and dynamic audio market while Prague is an iconic city, a hub for culture, music and architecture. We are joining with our Host Partners Czech Radio in celebrating their 100 years of radio. 

The Venue: Prague Congress Centre, 5. května 1640/65, 140 21 Praha 4-Nusle.

From 65+ Countries
140+ Speakers
70 Sessions, 4 Track, 3 Days

The Meeting Point for the Worlds of Radio, Audio, Podcast

The purpose of Radiodays Europe (RDE) is to raise the awareness of radio, audio and podcast. In its 13th year the conference has become the leading radio, audio, podcast conference of its kind in the world. Before the pandemic the conference attracted over 1600 participants from 60 countries, post pandemic in Malmö 2022 attendees numbered 1200 in person & 700 online participants.

The audience is senior managers, content creators, technology specialists, production experts, on-air talent, talent managers and agents, podcast talent, podcast producers, platform providers, researchers, data specialists, jingles producers, some superstars and then some people who just make it all work flawlessly for their audiences everyday

  • Public and commercial broadcasters in equal numbers
  • In-house and Independent podcasters
  • Service and product providers to the radio, audio & podcast industries
  • Independent consultants and freelancers
  • Large technology providers and platforms, including the car industry and a variety of industries with a growing interest in radio, audio, podcast

RDE is a world-wide destination for radio, podcast and audio professionals, a not-to-be-missed reference point. Radiodays Europe also provides a platform for showcasing innovation and independent journalism. 

Radiodays Europe inspires innovation and collaboration within the radio and audio industry while encouraging programme development and good radio journalism. Don’t miss it!

The Founding Partners

The first Radiodays Europe was held 2010 in Copenhagen. It grew out of the existing collaboration between the national Radiodays in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, where the model with joint private and public radio conferences already was in place. In 2012, Radiodays Europe moved to Barcelona 2012, Berlin 2013, Dublin 2014, Milan 2015, Paris 2016, Amsterdam 2017, Vienna 2018, Lausanne 2019, Lisbon 2021 and Malmö 2022.