Matthieu Beauval

Head of Innovation, Radio France

His job is to rhyme innovation and radio, technology and audio creation, podcasts and new formats, AI and intrapreneurship, open innovation and immersive audio... Today, Head of Innovation at Radio France, Matthieu Beauval was head of programmes & news of Le Mouv', and deputy director of France Info within the public radiobroadcasting service. A journalist by training, he took his first steps in the media industry in the newsrooms of the France Télévisions and M6 Télévision.

All Sessions by Matthieu Beauval

11:10 - 11:50
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Cybersecurity in mediahouses

So, yes, we are going to talk about viruses...But not the ones you immediately think of...This session focuses on electronic risks and computer viruses at a time when our industry relies more and more on digital systems. Often underestimated, IT security has become crucial to the integrity of our businesses. This session will introduce you to these essential notions today.

11:25 - 12:05
Track 3

Hyper smart radio for super clever cars

Is AI the new driver of the connected dashboard? How could radio and audio stay relevant and engaging in an ever-changing environment? Our industry faces a host of unprecedented challenges today, supercharged by high-end and futuristic technology. Voice assistant, distribution of geo-localised content, personalization, etc. Automakers and OEMs are inventing their future today, but we have the assets, the agility and the ideas to meet their needs and reinvent the good old radio. The latest trends and insights in the automotive market and its challenges for the radio and audio industry will hold no secrets for you.

17:00 - 17:40
Track 3

Radio and digital platforms: A new era is coming

2023 opens a new era in the relationship between radio stations and third-party platforms. After years of observing each other and finding ways to work together, everyone is now asserting firmer positions. While some platforms seek to look more and more like radio, the broadcasting industry is beginning to free itself from certain third party players to cultivate its specificity and preserve its relationship with listeners. The European Broadcasting Union has a lot of insights and knowledge to share, and two public broadcasters will present their strategies when it comes to mastering their dance routines with very enticing platforms.