Welcome to Radiodays Europe 2023, registration is open to all you must bring your printed badge to enter, you cannot enter without your badge.
Slow & Focused - Networking
Sunday Networking Event
Welcome Registration & Exhibition Open
Welcome to the Second Day of Radiodays Europe. You can only enter if you have your printed badge and photo ID, please make sure you have your badge pre-printed.
Opening & Welcome to Radiodays Europe 2023
A welcome from the Team of Radiodays Europe, the Radiodays Europe Partners, the Host Partners from the Czech Republic and a special musical star
The Moth - how to tell a story
Artistic Director of the Moth Cathrine Burns shares essential insights from the Moth on storytelling.
How to make money and feel good
This session will introduce you to the art of monetisation and how you can grow your revenue streams in podcasting and traditional radio. Make sure you don't miss the innovations pioneered by the best in the business and take away key strategies and new ways of thinking that will help you grow your audio business.
The future of audio measurement
A discussion of server-based measurement as part of the future of audio measurement. GFK will present the first numbers from Australia with server-based data being part of the overall gig. Triton digital will give the international overview and predictions for the future based on their international presence.
The Audio Summit brings together leaders in the audio space to discuss the current trends and future outlook. This high level sessions attracts the best from the worlds of radio, audio and podcast is shouldn't be missed.
10 Great radio promotions
Niall Power presents the top 10 Radio Promotions from around the world. Come, Listen and be inspired!
3 Diversity & inclusion cases: How to measure and sustain success
Diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are not "nice to have" for media organisations, but essential roadmaps to success. Talent recruitment and retention pay off in future-proofing your audiences. This session will feature three DEI cases with practical learnings that can apply to any organisation.
How to teach a new dog old tricks
Innovations and new solutions for finding and putting new clients to air. This session will bring you great examples you can use to encourage bigger spend from non traditional clients and showcase the best in exciting promotions and revenue generating campaigns from across Europe.
"Inhale, exhale, cash in": New business models in spoken-word audio
While media organisations have been struggling to find a viable business model for on-demand audio, specialised spoken-world audio companies have been building business models through paid subscription services. Wellness, education... even erotica! Find out how these audio newcomers are capturing ears and euros.
Adapting to change: new opportunities
When Norway switched off FM, many thought it's the end of the world in this session we'll take a look at how that really went, plus why are broadcasters investing in radio 'big time' in Germany. Finally a Czech case that proves all hesitations are wrong when it comes to digital platforms.
Successful youth formats
AI in cars
Why radio needs to be on Tiktok
What's so special with this fastest growing social media platform? And why should we as a radio business be there? We will show examples of both things that worked and things that failed. Dario Marčac is a leading Tiktoker from Croatia and Parastoo Saedi is a digital producer at Swedish Radio P3.
War reporting in the 21st century
February last year Russia attacked Ukraine changing the lives of many in just one year. Probably for the first time we can follow the war in real time inside and outside the war rooms - Journalists, social media, satellite data and drones feed us the latest updates in a blink of an eye. The term 'Fog of War' is often used meaning truth must be established continuously with expertise and the right tools. So how do you find reliable sources? How do you identify fake news and propaganda? How do you navigate in this packed information space? Hear the answers from the seasoned experts.
It’s a common proverb that in war, truth dies first. As a journalist, you’re constantly between reality, interests, interpretation and judgement. This is especially true for journalists who work for the Ukrainian public broadcaster UA:PBC Suspilne during the war. From months in a bunker to field trips into a city under attack, you can’t get much closer to what you’re reporting on. This session gives you the chance to listen to a first hand eyewitness of what it was and still is like to work in Kyiv.
Engaging young audiences
New models and audio forms are attracting younger audiences to news. Learn how
AI for audio
AI is changing our business, society and thereby our daily lives. Judging from the general conversation, the next steps will be taken very soon and the progress is getting faster all the time. What does the future look and sound like for our craft and business: From synthetic voices to synthetic presenters? AI built personalities? AI written storytelling... Some of these things are already here and if the future will be more dominated by AI, what is the importance of still feeling and hearing the "human touch" and could it be fabricated by AI?
Engaging younger audiences
Dancing with the devil 2
Local Radio, National Impact
Some of the smartest ideas in radio aren't coming from the big national stations. As news deserts in Europe get wider, radio's role becomes increasingly essential. Here we'll explore three cases of local and regional stations launching projects to better serve their audiences. And how each project then went on to success beyond its original territory to a national stage.
Monday Radio Night hosted by Czech Radio & Partners
Registration & Exhibition Open
Welcome to my feed – Meet 4 young media users
oung people consume a lot of news, but are less concerned with who produced them, and the source from which they came. Also, their understanding of what is important is very different to that of an older media user. To this segment, social media plays an essential role in the daily news update. Not surprisingly, traditional media struggles to engage young audiences with news content. To learn more about this, we have invited 4 young Czechs on stage to tell us what type of news they prefer in their feed, and how. Or more precisely, how can we learn to engage the younger audiences in our news content?
The Ultimate Guide to Music Programming
The music on your radio station is everything! With an endless supply of alternative choices for listeners, getting it ‘just right’ is essential. From agreeing on the correct strategy, all the way through to scheduling the first song on the Morning Show each day, there are a lot of different things to consider! This session will guide you through the complicated world of music programming and address some of the big topics. How do you make changes to your format without losing listeners? What can you do to stop your older songs from burning? Can you break the pattern of predictability that some formats have? And how much of a role should music research actually play? Our team of experts will share the secrets of how they tackle the challenge of creating exciting radio formats and playlists, giving you plenty of tips and tricks to try out for yourselves in this, ‘The Ultimate Guide to Music Programming’!
Podcast & Audiobooks Session
3 cases - 3 countries
Three cases that inspire and showcase completely different but very valuable insights into successful new audio developments and how they are used to grow success
Grow smarter together
Negotiation expert Tanya Tarr will give a 15 minute introduction to negotiation, what it means and the outcomes you should expect when entering into a negotiation scenario. This will be followed by a practical session where you will take part with others in practicing to improve your skills and give you the confidence to negotiate effectively.