Hotspot of the audio industry: Radiodays Europe will take place in Munich in 2024!
Munich, March 28, 2023 – Radiodays Europe, the international meeting place for the audio industry, will be held in Munich from March 17 to 19, 2024.
The success behind the best podcast of 2022
“We try to explain something people know a little bit about, but not really the full story,” explained Susan Matthews, Executive Editor at Slate, how
The feeling that everything is connected… that’s the magic of audio branding
One of the last sessions was covered by Thomas Giger, Branding Consultant & Partner at PURE Jingles from Netherlands, who spoke about programming strategies for
Journalists as guide dogs, not just watch dogs
“What effect does the current news cycle have on your mood?” is the question Jeremy Druker, the Executive Director in Transitions (TOL) and Meenal Thakur,
Radio & Podcasting – the Cain & Abel of audio content
Radio and podcast are siblings whose relationship tends to be rather complicated. Using the metaphor of Cain and Abel, Mike Fitzpatrick, the Director of Mediafitz,
An insight into Czech radio stations
Martina Rihova introduced one of the most known radio stations in the Czech republic – Evropa 2, which has been on the market since the
The News Agents Loosen up a Tie
Creating a successful new daily podcast requires a specific combination of different skills and assets. „You cannot bulls*it chemistry.“ says Dino Sofos, executive producer of
Cool tools for your radio station from the world of Podcasting
Podcasting is largely based on the traditional radio format, but how can radio learn from podcasting? James Cridland – radio futurologist and editor of Podnews,
“You are not entitled to an audience; you earn it through the choices you make”
Nobody can predict exactly what will happen in the future, but if anybody could, these 4 would be the first ones to ask. The first
Radio has killed too many songs, too soon
“Music research is both science and art,” believes Francis Currie, International Audio Consultant and partner in specialist radio research company, Francis Currie Consulting. Research can
Creating a Culture of Trust and Security: Lessons from Media Outlets
Jan Cibulka works for Czech public service broadcaster Czech Radio as a data journalist, responsible for creating stories from data, charts and interactive visualisations, supporting
Taking a station from good to great
As a radio station, you need to stand out. But that does not necessarily mean rebranding the station – you need to reawake the listeners.
How to make bridging work well and to our benefit?
A 360° conversation. Six guests, one host and a conversation about the importance of bridging took place on the final day of Radiodays Europe 2023.
The Art of Negotiation Based on DiSC Types
Negotiation doesn’t have to feel uncomfortable – if we know how to do it efficiently. Behavioural scientist and negotiation expert Tanya Tarr shares her approach.
3 cases – 3 countries: there are many ways to success
Radio presents great opportunities and this session showcased three examples from different countries about how to do it well. “It was a great lesson that
LiSTNR: Building a global audio eco-system at scale
Grant Blackley, CEO of Southern Cross Austereo began this session by explaining how two years ago, he and his team set out to disrupt and transform
Radio on demand from a youth perspective
In a conversation moderated by Aslak Gottlieb (academic researcher from Southern University of Denmark) three young Czech media users talked about what type of news
From Weather Reports to Radio Stations: Case studies of AI in Media
When we talk about AI, we tend to look to the future, and sometimes we overlook what’s happening today. We see new examples of the
The ultimate guide to music programming
One of the first of Tuesday’s sessions consisted of a discussion between Head of Music for BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra Chris Price, producer and presenter
A younger audience needs more content, a mature audience more time
The latest research from Europe and the US was presented by Malene Kaasgaard Christiansen, Audience Researcher from Danish National Broadcasting Corporation and Tom Webster from
We live in a time where anyone can create content and reach audience
Angela Stengel, head of Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Innovation Lab, started the last session of the day titled What younger audiences really want, with features most
Local roots, national recognition: how regional radio is changing the game
Who else but the audience should decide on what good radio is? As it turns out more often than not it is local productions that
On demand can be demanding
“No matter how amazing the facilities, they are nothing without the content,” Tony Moorey, Content Director of Digital Platforms at Bauer Media Audio, started his
A new era is coming…
Public service media and third party platforms: the relationship can be viewed as quite complex due to the congestion of the platform landscape, especially in
How can we collaborate with AI when storytelling?
How will AI sound in the future? What are the ways to lead a story using AI? These were the questions asked in this Monday
How to help young people engage with the news
In this track, there were two presentations. The first one was from two Norwegian journalists working for NRK, Constructive Editor Ingrid Tinmannsvik together with News
In-car radio is under attack!
The key to success is making audio come alive, agree the speakers from the panel on the future of radio in cars hosted by Radioplayer.
“News helps to keep you alive.”
Last week he reported from a front line in a bulletproof vest, today he’s sharing his journalistic experience from the war in Ukraine at Radiodays
How war challenges journalism
“First social media war – that’s what the current war in Ukraine could be called,” began session host Olli Junes, executive producer of radio in
TikTok over Google, the new social leader
“How should I understand something I am not using?” Kim started the session by throwing this question to the audience along with a spontaneous survey