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Radiodays Europe 2024 arrives in Munich, 1400 set to attend

Radiodays Europe 2024, one of the world’s most significant events for audio professionals, starts in Munich tomorrow. Running from 17-19 March, this year’s conference is themed “Shaping the Changing Audio Landscape.”

Over 1400 attendees from the commercial and public sectors are expected, with the speaker line-up including Ellen K from KOST 103.5, Greg James from the BBC, Paula Schuzman from the New York Times, and Maria Lorenz-Bokelberg from Pool Artists.

This year’s conference will focus on five key pillars, reflecting the most pressing issues and opportunities in the industry:

“Change: As the audio landscape continues to evolve rapidly, Radiodays Europe will explore the latest trends, technologies, and strategies for adapting to change and driving innovation in radio and audio broadcasting.
Diversity: Representation and diversity are essential for ensuring that all voices are heard and reflected in the content we create and consume. Radiodays Europe will examine ways to promote diversity, inclusivity and innovation within the radio and audio industry.
Youth: Engaging younger audiences is critical for the future sustainability of radio and audio. Radiodays Europe will discuss innovative approaches to attracting and retaining youth audiences in an increasingly digital and fragmented media landscape.
AI: Artificial intelligence is revolutionising the way we produce, distribute, and consume audio content. Radiodays Europe will explore the potential of AI technologies and their impact on the future of radio and audio broadcasting.
Podcasting: Podcasting continues to experience exponential growth, presenting both challenges and opportunities for radio professionals. Radiodays Europe will examine the latest trends, best practices, and monetisation strategies in the podcasting industry.”

Peter Niegel, General Manager of Radiodays Europe, emphasized the event’s role in fostering industry growth: “We are excited to bring together industry professionals from around the world to explore the future of radio and audio broadcasting. With our focus on change, diversity, youth, AI, and podcasting, we aim to inspire innovation and creativity while addressing the most pressing issues facing our industry.”

As well as the sessions and workshops, the conference will provide networking opportunities for industry stakeholders to connect and exchange ideas.

For more details on Radiodays Europe 2024, including registration information and the full conference program, visit www.radiodayseurope.com.

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