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Participants at Radiodays Europe 2014, CCD, Dublin

1300 participants - who are they?

1300 attended Radiodays Europe in Dublin, 100 more than the previous year.

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Radio from the whole world gathering in Milan

Enthusiastic support from the Mayor and the EXPO 2015 for Radiodays Europe 2015 in Milan.

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Radiodays Europe 2014

It’s been a wonderful few days in the Irish capital – celebrating radio, making new connections and sharing ideas. Thank you to everyone who helped make it happen. Hopefully we’ll see you in Milan next year!

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Andy Parfitt ,Andy Parfitt Founder of Enlightened Leadership Executive Director, Talent for Saatchi & Saatchi, UK

How to get the best out of talent

Andy Parfitt (Saatchi & Saatchi, UK) took to the stage today to discuss the importance of talent in radio

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Irish radio’s love affair with homegrown talent

Are Irish radio stations afraid to champion emerging Irish talent?

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Stephen Nolan at Radiodays Europe 2014 in Dublin

Empowering local radio listeners

Stephen Nolan presenter on BBC Radio Ulster talked about how to build audiences, give people a voice and bring listeners together.

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Podcasting your way to success

Chris Bannon told the Radiodays Europe audience how to build a strong podcast strategy.

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Radiodays Europe announces Milan as the host city for 2015

At the closing session of Radiodays Europe 2014 it was announced that the host city for 2015 will be Milan.

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Belgian wisdom and French spirit

Radio is celebrating 100 years in Belgium and it still manages to remain relevant.

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The killing of a reporter

Following the death of Swedish Radio Correspondent Nils Horner, this session focused on the aftermath of the murder and examined the various safety precautions in place for journalists covering danger zones.

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Keeping up with the kids

Radio shouldn’t be afraid of change – it should embrace it. 

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National security versus press freedom

Edward Snowden is a computer scientist. In 2013 he delivered the biggest ever leak of security information in the United States, sharing 58,000 encrypted documents with the UK’s Guardian newspaper.

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The In-Car Conundrum

Are the changes to “connected dashboards” the end of radio’s in-car dominance?

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Creating Compelling Content

Valerie Geller (Geller Media International) offered the audience tips for creating the best radio content in the world.

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The sound of the future

 TV in radio, interactive podcasting and database mapping –that is thesound of the future.

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Tony Blackburn in conversation

Tony Blackburn is a radio legend that has worked in the radio industry for 50 years. Before he came to the stage, session host John Simons took us back 50 years

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Working smarter to make your small station profitable

Profit is not a dirty word and small stations need to lose their discomfort with talking about the business of radio – explained Lyn Long and Yvonne Malak.

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A night at the dogs

Last night the delegates and speakers from Radiodays Europe went to Shelbourne Park Racecourse in Dublin for a night of good “craic” at the Dogs.

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Sam Cavanagh, Executive producer of "The Hamish and Andy Show", Austereo, AUS

Creativity is currency and everyone can cash in

Sam Cavanagh (Southern Cross Austereo) spoke about his guiding principles for stimulating and nurturing creativity.

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Radiodays Europe2014 at CCD  in Dublin

Photos from the Conference

Maybe you were caught by a camera during the conference in Dublin. Why don`t you check it out in our small photo gallery?

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Radiodays Europe 2014: Day 1 highlights

Thanks to everyone who attended Radiodays Europe today. What an incredible day, full of announcements, ideas and connections.

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Kim Wilde at Radiodays Europe 2014 in Dublin

Kim Wilde takes the stage

The eagerly anticipated presentation from Kim Wilde was both entertaining and very well attended – with many enthusiastically singing along to her performance of “Kids in America”.

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iTunes Radio Usage in the US

Larry Rosin from Edison Research outlined their own investigation into iTunes Radio.

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Dennis Christensen, Deputy director of Audience Research in The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), DK

We want on demand, and we want it now

“Since 1998, linear radio has been losing listeners”, says Dennis Christensen, from The Danish Broadcasting Corporation.

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Breaking the radio imaging rules

1) What rules would you like to break...

(*Please note, our blogger has broken all the rules on this blog)

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Catherine Burns, Artistic Director, The Moth, New York, US

Radio stories

Catherine Burns and Sarah Austen Jenness (The Moth, USA) spoke about their innovative approach to storytelling through radio.

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Making the switch to digital

A lively debate about digital radio switchover as Norway, Switzerland and the Netherlands outlined their plan for switchover.

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Mike Fitzpatrick, Head of Content, Triple M, Australia

Back From the Dead: Triple MMM

Mike Fitzpatrick, shared his experience of bringing male directed Triple MMM back from the brink.

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The young ones

Chaired by John Paul Coakley (Director of Operations at RTE), this session involved the audience, with a panel of youthful radio broadcasters asking questions of their elders.

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Russian radio lessons

Alexander Agishev (Beat FM) and Mikhail Eydelman (Zvezda Radio) are both based in Moscow. They believe that their city is a crazy and crowded place, with a diverse radio market that reflects this.

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An Taoiseach, the Irish Prime Minister, gives his love letter to radio at Radiodays Europe

An Taoiseach welcomed the delegates of Radiodays Europe to Ireland’s capital city Dublin.

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Annika Nyberg, Media Director EBU

The world’s greatest radio apps

Annika Nyberg gave more detail on the EBU initiatives aimed at getting broadcast free-to-air radio inside mobile phone handsets. 

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Helen Boaden, Director for Radio, BBC, UK

Radio is in a period of change

BBC Radio is facing “seismic shifts in deep-seated listening behaviour” says the Head of Radio, Helen Boaden.

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From Mandalay to Syria

Hla Yin Aye (Mandalay FM, Myanmar/Burma) talked through some of the difficulties facing her station.

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Kim Mcnally, Research Manager for BBC Music, Radio 2, 6 Music, Radio 3 and Asian Network, UKAsian Network, UK

Radio industry – we have a problem

“Technological change is having a huge impact on how music is accessed and consumed”, said Kim McNally, BBC

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Mark Barber, Planning Director at Radio Centre, UK

Getting your radio’s worth

Radio is out preforming most other forms of media for return on investment (ROI).

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Clive Dickens, Director of Digital and Innovation at Southern Cross Austereo, Australia.

The smartphone challenge

Speaking to a packed hall, Clive Dickens (Southern Cross Austereo (SCA), Australia.) said that SoLoMoVo – social, location, mobile and video – is the future of personalised content

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Andy Carvin

When Breaking News Goes Wrong

Andy Carvin, from First Look Media, talked about what happens when the media gets breaking news wrong.

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Gabrielle Cummins, CEO / Programme Director, Beat 102-103, IE

Programming your station for success

Keep things simple and target the right audience. These were some of the tips given on how to make your station successful at the “Ireland's best PDs and programmers” presentation.

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What does it mean to be young and wild?

With this year’s conference still in its infancy, the question posed this morning seemed quite apt: “What does it mean to be young and wild”?

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Radio’s Continuing Evolution

Kicking off Radiodays Europe yesterday was a session led by four top level executives in European radios - all talking about the challenges and opportunities that radio face.

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Welcome to Radiodays Europe 2014 in Dublin

Over the next two days Radiodays Europe will welcome record numbers of delegates from 60 countries to the Emerald Isle for the 5th annual radio conference.

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Download and try out our new Radiodays Europe mobile app!

Navigate programme, plan the days and exchange direct messages with other participants.

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Hangout with Google at their European HQ

Google have invited Radiodays Delegates to their European HQ to attend a workshop for understanding and developing your radio station online.

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The Brander of our sound

The sound of Radiodays Europe 2014

You know the logo of Radiodays Europe, but radio is about sound. So what does Radiodays Europe sound like?

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Radio Bang Bang!

The student radio which will be broadcasting from Radiodays Europe, has takes its name Bang Bang! from  an eccentric elderly gentleman in Dublin in the 1950s and 1960s who achieved fame as a character in the city. 

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Dublin: Meetingpoint for radio and new media headquarters

Seeking for community: Google, Facebook and Storyful

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Sunday 18-20 Welcome Reception at Café en Seine

RTÉ Radio and Independent Broadcasters of Ireland, as co-hosts of Radiodays Europe in Dublin 2014, invites us to a Welcome Reception on Sunday 23rd 2014.

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A Night at the Dogs

RTÉ and the IBI, the Irish partners of Radiodays Europe, are delighted to invite delegates attending Radiodays Europe 2014 to the social event “A Night at the Dogs”.

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Literary Pub Crawl and other Dublin Tours

The pub, the poet and the pint.  This is the theme for one of four Dublin tours offered on Sunday 23 March for RDE participants and their partners.  Read about the tours here.

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Record radio listening in the UK - inside story at RDE

The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 is the big winner.  News story from Mail OnlineGraham Alban tells the inside story about how they create the success.

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Full programme published

- Radio is in its greatest ever periode of change, says BBC's Radio Director Helen Boaden

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The Guardian´s inside story of the Snowden case

The inside story of the whistleblower Edward Snowden´s disclosures of mass surveillance will be one of the topics at Radiodays Europe in Dublin

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When to arrive in Dublin?

Make note of these times on Sunday March 23rd: Dublin Tours from 11, Workshops from 1430 and Welcoming Reception from18.

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 Among new speakers are "Die Jungen Wilden" who won the GermanRadio Award 2013 for best programme:  Kristina Hartmann and Andreas Christl (right) with moderator Campino.  © NDR/David Paprocki.

More speakers annonced

Award winning radio presenters, radio managers, programme directors, radio strategists, future media managers and radio sales experts are new speakers at RDE14.

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Connecting Radio - the Theme for Radiodays Europe 2014

Connecting Radio - the Theme for Radiodays Europe 2014

Anders Held, John Paul Coakley, Lisa Ní Choisdealbha and Rolf Brandrud welcome you to Dublin.

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Translations to French

Though the working language of the conference is English, there will be simultaneous translation to French.

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Valerie Geller

Register now for workshops!

Storytelling on radioDevelop your on-air talent!  And The Inside Track on Being a Successful Editorial Leader.  Three pre-conference workshops Sunday 23 March.

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First Programme released for Dublin 2014

Today the first 24 of the total 50 sessions at Radiodays Europe in Dublin 2014 are announced.

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CCD, Dublin

More confirmed speakers to Radiodays Europe

We are proud to announce more confirmed speakers to Radiodays Europe in Dublin 23-25 March 2014.

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A special welcome to Ireland from Radiodays Europe’s local partners

RTÉ Radio and Independent Broadcasters Ireland (IBI) would like to welcome you to Dublin to attend Radiodays Europe 2014 at the Dublin Convention Centre.

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First speakers for Radiodays Europe 2014 in Dublin

Today the first speakers for Radiodays Europe in Dublin 2014 are announced.

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CCD

Registration for Radiodays Europe 2014 is open!

Registrate for next year´s Radiodays Europe conference in Dublin now.

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28 idea makers from 16 countries kick off programme planning

A hundred ideas for the most relevant themes and the very best speakers for Dublin in March 2014.

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Lively and colourful Dublin host city for Radiodays Europe 2014

DUBLIN.  What do we associate with this city?  What will we experience there 23 - 25 March 2014?

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Ireland welcomes Radiodays Europe 2014

Irish musicians and the local radio partners of Radiodays Europe, RTE (public service), IBI (association of commercial radio) and BBC Northern Ireland, welcome the European radio industry to Dublin with a great film!
 

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Time to Book Exhibition Space and Partner Packages

With 1200 delegates from 50 countries in Berlin, both private and public service, Radiodays Europe is a unique opportunity for any business to reach the European radio industry.

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Asian radio day organized by Radiodays Europe

In connection with Asia Media Summit in Manado, Indonesia, Radiodays Europe organized a full day workshop on challenges for radio in the digital age on 28th of May. 

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Radiodays Europe in Berlin 2013

High scores for Radiodays Europe in Berlin – “the best so far”

The feedback from 1200 participants in Berlin has been overwhelmingly positive.

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The Twitter Buzz - Best of #rde13

What was everyone tweeting about at the Radiodays Europe? Find out in this Storify:

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Radio Talk Europe 2013

Trevor Dann has made a podcast for Radiodays Europe where he has gathered some impressions from organizers and participants at the Conference.

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Radiodays Europe 2013, day two highlights

 It's been a great two days here in Berlin. We hope everyone gets home safely through the snow. If you've got some time waiting around for delayed planes at the airport, take a look at these top stories from day two.

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Radiodays Europe 2013, day one highlights

25 sessions at Radiodays Europe in Berlin confirming Radio`s strength

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