Radiodays Europe 2015: First Speakers and Sessions Announced

Staff Writer


With less than three months to go before Radiodays Europe 2015 in Milan March 15-17, the first round of sessions at this year’s conference have been announced.

The sessions cover a wide range of topics – from journalism, social media and consumer research and psychology – to the latest on digital platforms, music streaming, as well as a look at the developments in the mobile sector. Plus Radiodays Europe will showcase new ideas in program formats, talent development, new revenues and business models.

New confirmed speakers include:

  • David G Hall, Media Strategist, Los Angeles, USA (Show preparation)
  • Cajsa Lindberg, Controller SR P3, Sweden (New ways to reach younger audiences)
  • Sam Cavanagh, National Executive Producer, SCA, Australia (Redefining radio)
  • Alison Winter, Head of Audiences, BBC (Media consumption on different platforms)
  • Sam Crowther, Head of Creative, Bauer Media, UK (The power of sound)
  • Thor Gjermund Eriksen, Director General, NRK (Switching off FM in Norway)
  • John von Gruner and Rasheed Moka, Hosts, JAM FM, DE(Having plastic surgery)

Other confirmed speakers include Pierre Bellanger (CEO, Skyrock, France), Dennis Clark (VP of Talent Development, iHeartMedia, USA), Helen Boaden (Director of Radio & Music, BBC, UK), Jacqueline Smit (CEO 358 Group, Netherlands), Adam Ferrier (consumer psychologist, Australia) and Mark Little (Founder of Storyful, Ireland).

These are only a few of the sessions planned, when the final line-up is complete there will be more than 100 speakers in 50 sessions over 2 ½ days. More topics and new speakers will be announced in January 2015

Radio Days Europe 2015 is happening 15 – 17 March 2015 in Milan, Italy. You can view the first event program schedule here.

Tickets are now on sale, but we have a special discount partner price for Radio Today readers of 575 Euros (incl. 22% Italian VAT). In AUD,  about $873.00*

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