Radio People – Sign Up for Radio Hack Europe!


1. Have Fun!

Trust us, you’re going to have a lot of fun.

2. Stop nagging – start tackling!

Repeating how radio isn’t innovative anymore is something everyone can do. Being innovative yourself and creating a future for radio is the supreme discipline here. Be supreme!

3. Start networking!

You will have the chance to get in touch with a lot of people who are just as enthusiastic about radio, audio and innovation as you are. Make the best of your time: discuss, form, argue and get inspiration from the other hackers.

4. Learn to fail!

There’s a good chance that you and your team will shipwreck your idea at Radio Hack Europe. Weal and woe. Then it’s time to get back up, dust off and keep riding.

5. Challenge yourself!

You won’t sleep much. You will keep yourself busy with new approaches, techniques and ways of thinking. That’s your challenge – yes you can! It will be long 48 hours but in the end you might be standing on the main stage of Radiodays Europe as a winner and pitch your idea to the crowd.

6. Get to know new technologies!

You will keep yourself busy with new technologies – maybe even exclusively. Create new ideas and innovations using those! You’ll get in touch with our technology partners at Radio Hack Europe – which makes your work a lot smoother.

7. Get crazy!

At Radio Hack Europe you can approach a project where you don’t have the time, right colleagues or the right boss at your daily job. Here you can – no, you must think crazy. Limits? None.

8. Learn! A lot!

There will be a lot of different people from different countries, with versatile knowledge from different fields. Be inspired and soak up a maximum of knowledge. Understand why every developer has a unique approach, just like web designers and journalists have their own.

9. Discover new skills!

No matter if radio host, app developer or web designer – everyone will join in on creating a prototype. Maybe you’ll discover a fondness for html codes or user experience.

9 ½. Hey, it‘s Amsterdam!

We wish you happy hacking!


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