If you want to ‘Catch up’ with Radiodays Europe you can still buy videos of the 30 best sessions! There is a small cost for the videos, which covers the cost of production only. The ‘Catch Up’ videos cost €280, to get your video you need to contact Camilla at Radiodays Europe – Camilla.email@example.com
The ‘Catch up’ videos for those who didn’t attend the conference are a good guide and reference on radio today. For those who attended the conference the videos will remind you of some of the new, innovative ideas which are important to radio programmers, editors, producers and talent. For everyone, take a look at the strategies for radio and across the world from some of the top radio leaders.
For a preview of the Radiodays Europe ‘Catch up’ videos visit the Radiodays website – http://www.radiodayseurope.com/radiodays-catchup/radiodays-catchup-2016-videos-now-available
The list of the 30 sessions which are available as part of this package are:
Official opening – Creating the future. What are the big themes for radio this year? How is our industry changing? And what great ideas and innovation can we celebrate and share?
Visions for radio’s future
The Power of Local
The new generation of listeners
Patrick Collins (Head of youth audiences, BBC, UK)
Generation Instant pay off.
Breaking news…”. How radio reacts
Ways of covering Europe’s refugee crisis Lina Chawaf (Syrian Radio Rozana), Alice Petrén (Migration correspondent, SR, Sweden), Thomas Reinke (Funkhaus Europa, WDR, Germany) Solution focused journalism Ulrik Haagerup (News Director, DR, Denmark)
KIIS and say goodbye. The Big Move
Morning radio superstars
LBC: Talk that matters
The diversity challenge – remaining relevant
Susan Marjetti (Executive Director of Radio, CBC, Canada)
Let the music play!
Music meets radio – a changing relationship.
SALES AND BRANDING
Radio branded content in a multi-platform world
Steve Taylor (Creative Commercial Director, Bauer Media, UK)
Branding radio – how to make our medium large
Ralph van Dijk (Founder and Creative director, Eardrum, Australia)
Strike a chord
Mark Barber (Planning director, Radiocentre, UK)
The little green dragon can sell everything
Uroš Bogdanović (Creative director, KrAn studio, Serbia)
“The Main Event”
All about programmatic advertising and how to approach it
Podcasts: Movies in your head
Kaitlin Prest (Host and creative director, the Heart, USA)
Year of the podcast
Dean Cappello (EVP and Chief Content Officer, WNYC, USA)
Podcast – disrupting audio on demand
TECH & MOBILE
Mobile – a giant leap forward
Gunnar Garfors (IDAG, Norway), Graham Dixon (EBU, Switzerland), Joan Warner (Commercial Radio Australia), Helen Boaden (BBC, UK), Michael Hill (Director, Radioplayer, UK), Nicole Winkler (Frauenhofer, DE)
Radio in car: Dashboard disaster?
Cooking in the radio labs
”The Producer”. Masterclass
What’s your leadership message?
Cam Barber (Speaking Coach, Australia)
30 ideas in 45 minutes