Sunday Special Focus Workshop: Post-convergence radio – Hybrid radio technical view and how to build (on) it

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Sunday Special Focus Workshop: Post-convergence radio – Hybrid radio technical view and how to build (on) it

This workshop is the place to be to speak about post-convergence in radio, through hybrid radio applications and complementary approaches. Hybrid radio combines broadcast radio with internet distribution, thus enabling the addition of visual and interactive elements to the radio programme, such as branding (e.g. logo), information about songs or programmes, tagging of programmes, etc.

The workshop will showcase two main aspects of radio’s technological development:

  • upcoming hybrid radio solutions anchoring radio’s audio broadcast presence in a convergent world;
  • the challenge of fostering – at a local and national / European level – eco-systems favourable to the birth of “applications” exploiting hybrid radio solutions together with an adequate presence in new end-user devices (voice-activated devices, portable devices, smart cars, etc.)

The workshop addresses radio’s technical teams and middle management in addition to the usual Radiodays Europe mid- to high management representatives. This workshop is organized by AER (Association of European Radios) in the context of the MediaRoad Project

– If you have booked your RDE ticket already or you will be attending the Workshops only (not the main RDE conference) you can sign up for the AER Special Focus Workshop here

– If you have NOT registered for Radiodays Europe sign up today here and choose Workshops as an option in the registration process

(Special Focus Workshops are free and open to all whether you are attending Radiodays Europe or not, however you must sign up to attend as you will not be admitted to the venue without pre-registration. ). 

For further information on this Workshop please contact: Vincent Sneed, AER –

  *The MediaRoad project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 761412

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