Radiodays Europe 2016 – “Vive la radio! Creating the future”
Nowhere else will you get such a wide overview of developments in radio with so many programmers sharing their ideas and experiences. Over 1300 people attend from over 60 countries including many from Australia and New Zealand.
In Paris this year you will see the visions and strategies of some of the leading radio executives, hear experts on digital change from around the world, learn about exciting new programmes and find lots of useful ideas to bring home to your station.
The full programme will see100 speakers in 50 sessions,
Radiodays Europe 2016 – “Vive la radio! Creating the future” is on March 13 – 15 March 2016 in Paris.
Tickets are now on sale, but we have a special discount partner price for Radio Today readers of 576 Euros (incl. 20% French VAT). In AUD, about $891.00*
Compare that the Current ONLINE Price of 792 euro – or in AUD about, $1225.00* a ticket
You’ll end up saving over $334 AUD* on normal basic ticket prices. Take away the French Vat, which you shouldn’t have to pay and you will see even bigger savings.
If you are keen to head over and want a discount on tickets then we’ve got the details you’ll need. Just email our Editor Blair here and let him know you’re keen to get discounted tickets. He’ll be back in touch with the deets and what to do to claim the discount.
This Radio Today partner pricing is cheaper than Early Bird Pricing that closed in December. But the special Radio Today discount can only be secured by contacting Blair and closes Febraury 10.
If you go, we’d love to have you contribute an article for Radio Today talking about your experience and what you got out of it. See what ya reckon and get in touch with us.
Radiodays Europe 2016 – “Vive la radio! Creating the future” – March 13 – 15 March 2016 in Paris.
Radio Today and our Partners with Radio Today UK will again provide rolling coverage of all the speakers and stories from RadioDays Europe .
* exact cost subject to exchange rate at time of purchase. French VAT more than likely will not be applied – see RDE website for more..