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Radiodays Europe Programme 2020

13:00
17:00

Journalism Masterclass: Put constructive journalism into your news reporting

Cathrine Gyldensted (Founder, Constructive Journalism Network, the Netherlands) Do you want to be able to report even more accurately on the world? Then this workshop is for you. 



Cathrine Gyldensted (Founder, Constructive Journalism Network, the Netherlands) Do you want to be able to report even more accurately on the world? Then this workshop is for you.  Negativity bias in our reporting creates a skewed portrayal of the world. In this Sunday Master class we will work on our blind angles and hidden biases and be an antidote to the fake news of the world. You will learn: How to grow engagement instead of disengagement with users, what effective depolarising techniques are out there, making you an even better interviewer, moderator or anchor, how to strengthen our interview techniques, by "killing your victim " and "killing the crook" attitudes, making you an even better reporter, portraying the world more accurately, we will look at examples from De Correspondent, Die Zeit, YLE and The BBC - amongst others. Cathrine Gyldensted, the co-founder of the Constructive Journalism Network, will guide you through the values, interviewing techniques and even the software to help you apply a constructive approach to your reporting.
 
Where

Sala 1.05
Event type
Session

13:00
17:00

Podcast Masterclass: Make your voice heard - podcast development by PRX

Kerry Donahue, (Director of Training, PRX, United States) Dive into a creativity Masterclass on podcasting by the PRX training team from New York. 



Kerry Donahue, (Director of Training, PRX, United States) Dive into a creativity Masterclass on podcasting by the PRX training team from New York.  Dive into a creativity Masterclass on podcasting by the PRX training team. This Masterclass will introduce you to human-centered design. How you will have a clearer path to success, when you think with your audience. Designing for someone instead of for everyone, so your show stand out from the crowd. How a good project is made stronger by having a clear and defined sense of the listener, and an understanding of how the thing you’re creating will be useful and meaningful to them.
 
Where

Sala 1.08
Event type
Session

13:00
17:00

Youth Masterclass: Method to the madness: How to structure youth development

Ole Hedemann (Content Developer and Head of Formats, NRK, Norway) How to trim both your organisation and your development methods in order to reach diverse target groups, in particular the young generation.



Ole Hedemann (Content Developer and Head of Formats, NRK, Norway) How to trim both your organisation and your development methods in order to reach diverse target groups, in particular the young generation. Public Service Broadcaster NRK in Norway has punched above its weight in the international arena lately, bringing online and TV success like SKAM, Nudes, Eyewitness, Teenage boss and Never ever do this at home, to the marketplace.  Behind all of this is a thorough focus on audience insight prior to the development processes. Lately, they’ve also been busy trying to attach a young audience to their news services with ambitious projects on YouTube and Instagram. Ole Hedemann has been part of the Development Department since its start in 2007 and shares experiences on how to trim both your organization and your development methods in order to reach diverse target groups, in particular the young generation, with plenty of illustrating examples.   
 
Where

Sala 1.07
Event type
Session

13:00
17:00

Radiodays Europe Women Empowering women in the radio or audio workplace – powered by Women in Tech+Radio together with DAVID Systems

Teresa Fragoso (Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality, President, Portugal), Bob Shennan (BBC Group Managing Director, UK), Cathinka Rondan (Head of Radio, NRK, Norway), Renata Silva (Executive Board and Commercial Manager of Renascença Group, Portugal) and more fantastic speakers! A look at the current status for women around the world with concrete advice on how to actively better the conditions we work in, and how to feel more empowered.    



Teresa Fragoso (Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality, President, Portugal)Bob Shennan (BBC Group Managing Director, UK)Cathinka Rondan (Head of Radio, NRK, Norway)Renata Silva (Executive Board and Commercial Manager of Renascença Group, Portugal)Marika Hakesberg (Head of Development Youth, DR, Denmark)Tine Maria Borresø (Editor in Chief & Head of P3, DR, Denmark)Yolanda Tati (Digital Entrepreneur & Radio Host, Cidade FM, Portugal)Evie Omirou (Sales Supervisor Ant1 Radio, Cyprus)Filippo Solibello (DJ & Radio Host, Caterpillar AM, Rai Radio2, RadioBattle, Radiocity Milano, Italy)Emma Rodero (Professor and Researcher, Department of Communication, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain), Jantien van Tol (Talent Coach, Talpa Network, the Netherlands)Christel Higraff (Content Developer, NRK, Norway & Project Manager, Radiodays Europe) Radiodays Europe Women takes place on Sunday March 29th, and in this three hour long masterclass you will meet Bob Shennan, BBC Managing Director, and other top level executives, who will share their own experience, and provide advice to women who aspire to be more empowered in the workplace, and to take the position they really want. The session will look at the current status for women around the world, and will offer concrete advice on how to actively better the conditions we work in, and how to feel more empowered.
 
Where

Sala 1.06
Event type
Session

13:00
17:30

Registration Opens, Sunday Exhibition Opens, Masterclasses Start

Welcome to Registration, Sunday Exhibition Visitors and those attending a Masterclass. It is possible to pre-register for masterclasses or to join on the day. Registration for Radiodays Europe has never been easier. You will need your confirmation email and photo ID to register. 



Welcome to Registration, Sunday Exhibition Visitors and those attending a Masterclass. It is possible to pre-register for masterclasses or to join on the day. Registration for Radiodays Europe has never been easier. You will need your confirmation email and photo ID to register. 
 
Where

Centro De Congressos De Lisboa CCL
Event type
Registration

16:45
17:45

Fast & Curious Networking Session

Meet people, talk about stuff, network, talk some more, get warmed up for Radiodays Europe Lisbon 2020!



Meet people, talk about stuff, network, talk some more, get warmed up for Radiodays Europe Lisbon 2020! It’s back the slightly crazy networking session at Radiodays Europe. If you’ve experienced it before but missed it last year come back! If you’ve never experienced it, this is what Radiodays Europe is all about. Join us to meet people, talk about issues in radio and audio, network and have a bit of fun at the start of Radiodays Europe. All welcome!
 
Where

Centro De Congressos De Lisboa CCL
Event type
Session

18:30
20:00

Sunday Evening Welcome Event: Time Out Market - Mercado da Ribeira

Hosted by Lisbon's Municipality, Tourism of Portugal and Tourism of Lisbon & Powered by SEAT



You are invited to discover the heart of food & culture in Lisbon!  Metro stop: Cais do Sodré (Green Line) Arguably one of the most famous food markets in Lisbon, the Time Out Market was created in 2014 by a group of journalists with a vision to house the best food vendors in Portugal. With 26 restaurants, a dozen shops, 8 bars and a high end music venue, as well as the best steaks, sushi and hamburgers in Lisbon the venue is a perfect combination of culture and food, bringing all the best under one roof. The Mercado da Riberia (the markets themselves) have actually been active since 1882, where they housed the city’s main wholesale market. After the markets themselves moved location in 2000, the structure became derelict until Time Out took over and created the iconic Time Out Markets in 2014.  Radiodays Europe and our hosts Lisbon's Municipality, Tourism of Portugal and Tourism of Lisbon & Powered by SEAT welcome you to Lisbon 2020!     
 
Where

Centro De Congressos De Lisboa CCL
Event type
Session

08:00
18:00

Registration and Exhibition Opens

Registration for Radiodays Europe has never been easier. Bring your confirmation email and photo ID ready to print your badge in a matter of seconds at our assisted print stations. In case you haven't collected your badge on Sunday afternoon, please arrive early to ensure smooth registration and to give yourself time to get familiar with Radiodays Europe's Exhibition areas before the opening session starts.



Registration for Radiodays Europe has never been easier. Bring your confirmation email and photo ID ready to print your badge in a matter of seconds at our assisted print stations. In case you haven't collected your badge on Sunday afternoon, please arrive early to ensure smooth registration and to give yourself time to get familiar with Radiodays Europe Exhibition areas. 
 
Where

Centro De Congressos De Lisboa CCL
Event type
Registration

09:00
10:00

Radiodays Europe 2020 - Opening Session: Sound Ideas.Sound Decisions

Hosts: Paul Robinson (UK) and Inês Lopes Gonçalves (Portugal) Welcome to Radiodays Europe! Sound Ideas. Sound Decisions



Welcome to Radiodays Europe! Sound Ideas. Sound Decision The opening will include a presentation from our host partners, the radio industry keynote, welcome addresses and thematic keynotes. With the radio world in Lisbon it will be the start of our year of Sound Ideas. Sound Decisions! Hosts: Paul Robinson (UK) and Inês Lopes Gonçalves (Portugal)
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

10:00
10:15

Session break

We are re-setting grab a coffee, find your room for the next great session!

 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Break

10:15
10:55

A new decade for audio

James Purnell (Director, Radio and Education, BBC, UK) In this industry speech the Director of Radio and Education for BBC, James Purnell, will talk about the road taken by the BBC in the last year and the challenges lying ahead.



James Purnell (Director, Radio and Education, BBC, UK) In this session industry speech the Director of Radio and Education for BBC, James Purnell, will talk about the road taken by the BBC in the last year and the challenges lying ahead. With turbulence and disruption in the audio industry dominating the past decade, BBC’s Director of Radio & Education James Purnell considers what next for public service radio in the UK. 
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

10:15
10:55

Podcast, radio and revenue – Living together harmoniously?

Rune Born Schwartz, (Head of Innovation, Bauer Media, Denmark)Joe Copeman (Global SVP Sales and Managing Director United Kingdom), Mike Newman (Head of UK Content Partnerships, Audioboom, United Kingdom) Can you maximize podcast revenue without cannibalizing your radio revenue?  How do you sell podcasts and is it possible for radio and podcasts to financially co-exist in harmony? 



Rune Born Schwartz, (Head of Innovation, Bauer Media, Denmark)Joe Copeman (Global SVP Sales and Managing Director United Kingdom), Mike Newman (Head of UK Content Partnerships, Audioboom, United Kingdom) Can you maximize podcast revenue without cannibalizing your radio revenue?  How do you sell podcasts and is it possible for radio and podcasts to financially co-exist in harmony?  The growth of podcasts has resulted in an additional revenue stream for some, an additional advertising and sponsorship opportunity for others but is there a middle ground? Is there too much focus on monetisation from a podcast only perspective and do radio stations appreciate the difference between selling spot advertising and selling podcasts? As broadcasters we need to have a more holistic approach. When we combine the storytelling strengths of podcast with the massive reach of radio we are able to build truly effective branding campaigns in audio.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

10:15
10:55

Europe's new digital radio rules

Patrick Hannon (President, WorldDAB, United Kingdom)Jacqueline Bierhorst (Vice President WorldDAB / Project Directeur Digital Radio NL, Netherlands) The European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) entered into force on 20th December 2018, it mandates that all new cars must have a digital radio by 20th December 2020.



Patrick Hannon (President, WorldDAB, United Kingdom)Jacqueline Bierhorst (Vice President WorldDAB / Project Directeur Digital Radio NL, Netherlands) The European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) entered into force on 20th December 2018, it mandates that all new cars must have a digital radio by 20th December 2020 and must be transposed into national legislation by Member States by 21st December this year. It applies to all EU member states regardless of the status of DAB in each country. This means that by the end of 2020, across all EU countries, all radios in new cars must be capable of receiving and reproducing digital terrestrial radio. What have countries been doing to implement the directive and how has Europe been working on a co-ordinated approach to marketing?
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

10:15
10:55

Welcome to the Adswizz Session!

 
Where

Track 4
Event type
Session

10:55
11:15

Session break

We are re-setting grab a coffee, find your room for the next great session!

 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Break

11:15
11:55

The Radio Summit

Cathinka Rondan (Head of Radio, NRK, Norway), Caroline Beasley (Chief Executive Officer, Beasley Media Group, United States), Patricia Schlesinger (Director General, RBB, Germany) The audio industry is booming. So what does the future hold? 



Cathinka Rondan (Head of Radio, NRK, Norway), Caroline Beasley (Chief Executive Officer, Beasley Media Group, United States), Patricia Schlesinger (Director General, RBB, Germany) The audio industry is booming. So what does the future hold?  In the Radio Summit we will again hear from four top-level radio executives from across Europe and the US, both private and public. They will share their views on present challenges and future opportunities for radio and audio.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

11:15
11:55

Podcasting – Facts, figures & opinions

Tom Webster (Senior Vice President, Strategy and Marketing, Edison Research, USA), Adam Bowie (Business Development Manager, BBC World Service, United Kingdom)  Podcasting is booming. Hear the latest overview from around the world and get inspired by the coming trends from the experts in the field.



Tom Webster (Senior Vice President, Strategy and Marketing, Edison Research, USA), Adam Bowie (Business Development Manager, BBC World Service, United Kingdom)  Podcasting is booming. Hear the latest overview from around the world and get inspired by the coming trends from the experts in the field. Tom Webster from Edison Research will give you the overview of, who is listening to podcasts, what they are consuming, how they are listening and his view on how the future for Podcast is looking across the world. Adam Bowie from his perspective as Business development Manager, BBC World Service, will give you his view on the biggest and most interesting trends in podcasting. New formats, new platforms and new revenue opportunities. What will we be talking about in the coming year, join this session and find out?
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

11:15
11:55

How to plan radio successfully

 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

11:15
11:55

Welcome to the DAVID Systems session

 
Where

Track 4
Event type
Session

11:55
12:05

Session break

We are re-setting grab a coffee, find your room for the next great session!

 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Break

12:05
12:45

The future of music radio

Lorna Clarke (Controller of Pop Music, BBC, United Kingdom), Rebecca Frank (Content Director, KISS, United Kingdom), Sophian Fanen (Author & Journalist, France) What’s the future for music radio? In a world of streaming music, can radio still succeed. Is music as important as it used to be?



Lorna Clarke (Controller of Pop Music, BBC, United Kingdom), Rebecca Frank (Content Director, KISS, United Kingdom), Sophian Fanen (Author & Journalist, France)            What’s the future for music radio? In a world of streaming music, can radio still succeed. Is music as important as it used to be? Music is more accessible than ever before, and the growth of streaming music services has undoubtedly posed a challenge to radio. What are the strategies to keep listeners tuned in to music formats and how will music radio change in the coming years? Our panel of experts will discuss the important relationship between music and radio, how the streaming companies want your listeners, what to do about it, and the new role music plays in popular culture.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

12:05
12:45

Finding the heartbeat in complexity

Suzie Lechtenberg (Executive Producer, Radiolab, WNYC, United States) Radiolab’s Executive Producer Suzie Lechtenberg talks about how to transform complicated subject matter into stories people can’t forget.



Suzie Lechtenberg (Executive Producer, Radiolab, WNYC, United States) Radiolab’s Executive Producer Suzie Lechtenberg talks about how to transform complicated subject matter into stories people can’t forget. Lechtenberg reveals some of the tricks and tools she has learned while running popular programs like Radiolab and More Perfect. Lechtenberg has covered dense topics like United States Supreme Court and Guantanamo Bay, and she shares some of the things she does to make listeners perk up and lean in.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

12:05
12:45

Radio revenue, more than just spots

Steve Taylor (Commercial Director, Bauer, UK), Frank Volmer (CEO, Ster, the Netherlands) Radio revenue is no longer just about spot advertising it’s about innovation, solutions, courage and daring. How has this worked for those brave enough to tackle the challenges?



Steve Taylor (Commercial Director, Bauer, UK)Frank Volmer (CEO, Ster, Netherlands Radio revenue is no longer just about spot advertising it’s about innovation, solutions, courage and daring. How has this worked for those brave enough to tackle the challenges? Radio revenue is operating on a different level to that of five years ago. The focus now is on a wider array of offerings to create revenue, whether its cross platform advertising or tackling the advertising agencies, radio is becoming more inventive at generating moneymaking opportunities. In this session you will hear about various initiatives, which show the breadth of radio’s offering and the benefit of being brave in the face of a rapidly changing revenue environment. 
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

12:05
12:45

Welcome to the audata session!

 
Where

Track 4
Event type
Session

12:45
13:45

Lunch Break

Enjoy light lunch in the Exhibition Areas. To avoid queuing, look out for lunch stations that may be in edge areas and thus less crowded.  

 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Lunch break

13:45
14:30

Game changers podcast live: “Bean there, done that”

Craig Bruce (International Radio Consultant, Podcast Host and Author, Australia), Gene “Bean” Baxter (Morning show host, KROQ Los Angeles, United States) International morning show talent coach and host of the Radio Game Changers podcast, Craig Bruce, goes one on one with US radio hall of fame inductee, Gene Bean Baxter from the Kevin and Bean morning show in LA.



Craig Bruce (International Radio Consultant, Podcast Host and Author, Australia), Gene “Bean” Baxter (Morning show host, KROQ Los Angeles, United States) International morning show talent coach and host of the Radio Game Changers podcast, Craig Bruce, goes one on one with US radio hall of fame inductee, Gene Bean Baxter from the Kevin and Bean morning show in LA. For 30 years, Kevin and Bean were at the forefront of the Los Angeles radio morning show scene. Their partnership was built on a unique chemistry and connection forged from countless hours of studio time and a commitment to the craft of morning radio. In a must-listen session for all morning show hosts, producers and program directors, Craig and Bean will talk about the secrets of “keeping the band together” and achieving the ultimate success through a combination of longevity and talent. What has changed over the last 30 years on radio, and what needs to change for morning radio to remain relevant in an on-demand, narrowcast world? And you’ll hear Bean talk about the challenges he faces as he starts afresh in the UK.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

13:45
14:30

Traditional to digital: a management challenge

Cilla Benkö (Director, Swedish Radio, Sweden), Christoph Falke (General Manager, Axel Springer Audio, Germany) Digital transformation is easier said than done especially for big organizations. Here, two senior managers – public and commercial – share their experiences and strategies.



Cilla Benkö (Director, Swedish Radio, Sweden), Christoph Falke (General Manager, Axel Springer Audio, Germany) Digital transformation is easier said than done especially for big organizations. Here, two senior managers – public and commercial – share their experiences and strategies. Change is difficult, even when there’s an obvious need to change. It takes boldness, vision and a lot of energy to make teams and executives appreciate that the world and the business is changing. This is especially true for big organisations, public and private. Changing to digital is a huge management task. But it must be done, and it can be done. In this panel discussion, Swedish Radio’s Cilla Benkö and Axel Springer’s Christoph Falke share how their organisations changed – specifically how they did this from a management and leadership standpoint.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

13:45
14:30

Audience Measurement: All in one

Jakob Bjuhr (Research Director at KANTAR Sifo, Sweden)Peter Larsson (Head of Audience Research, Swedish Radio)Joan Warner (CEO, Commercial Radio Australia, Australia) In a more fragmented audio market, on many platforms, how do you bring all data together in one reliable currency? Hear about the world´s most ambitious innovations – the Swedish RAM All in One model and Australia´s Super Pilot.



Jakob Bjuhr (Research Director at KANTAR Sifo, Sweden)Peter Larsson (Head of Audience Research, Swedish Radio)Joan Warner (CEO, Commercial Radio Australia, Australia) In a more fragmented audio market, on many platforms, how do you bring all data together in one reliable currency? Hear about the world´s most ambitious innovations – the Swedish RAM All in One model and Australia´s Super Pilot. In 2020 a new generation of Radio Audience Measurement (RAM) is launched in Sweden – All in One. It solves the measurement of all components most important to radio’s future. It is efficient, detailed and fast, and keeps it all together in one unified currency. In Australia, the GfK Super Pilot has been launched to solve the same problem, but in a different way.
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

13:45
14:30

Welcome to the MARCONI / HDradio session!

 
Where

Track 4
Event type
Session

14:30
14:45

Session break

We are re-setting grab a coffee, find your room for the next great session!

 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Break

14:45
15:45

Double Session: Part 1: Coming Soon!

Watch this space another great session coming soon!

 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

14:45
15:45

Double Session: Part 2 - High profile personality in the podcast age

Dennis Clark (Vice President of Talent Development, iHeartMedia, United States) How can radio presenters use their skills as an on-air personality to develop a podcast to boost their brand?



Dennis Clark (Vice President of Talent Development, iHeartMedia, United States)                                   How can radio presenters use their skills as an on-air personality to develop a podcast to boost their brand? Listening to podcasts is the next best thing to hanging out with highly interesting people in your living room. According to Edison research more than 50% of the US population have listened to a Podcast. One-third of the population reported having listened to a podcast in the last month, representing 90 million monthly listeners. As a radio personality hosting a podcast at least once a week, in addition to your on-air presence, you’re getting ahead of the pack and you’ve opened up a new source of income! If that’s not you, Dennis Clark lifts the lid on how to leverage this lucrative new media world to bolster your brand.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

14:45
15:45

Double Session: Part 1: State of the voice, episode 3

Andy Webb (Head of the BBC’s Voice & AI team, United Kingdom), Marit Rossnes (Head of Product Development NRK Radio, Norway) This is now a must see session at Radiodays Europe: the unmissable panel discussion that makes you come back home with a clear vision of what happens in the voice field.



Andy Webb (Head of the BBC’s Voice & AI team, United Kingdom)Marit Rossnes (Head of Product Development NRK Radio, Norway) This is now a must see session at Radiodays Europe: the unmissable panel discussion that makes you come back home with a clear vision of what happens in the voice field. Voice as a tech and a new interface is definitely here to stay. From the bedroom to the dashboard, voice assistants and smart speakers will have their role in the future of our media. Even if everybody seems ready to embrace the “voice cause”, it is more important than ever to keep in mind that working with the tech giants is like dancing with the devil. Discover the smart moves and key learnings from broadcasters’ voice experts.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

14:45
15:45

Double Session: Part 2 - How can machines and voice strengthen audio news?

Olle Zachrison (Head of Digital News Development, SR, Sweden), Mukul Devichand (Executive Director of Voice & AI, BBC, United Kingdom) Two front-runners in digital audio news and personalisation outline their strategies with the use of new algorithms and voice assistants.



Olle Zachrison (Head of Digital News Development, SR, Sweden)Mukul Devichand (Executive Director of Voice & AI, BBC, United Kingdom) Two front-runners in digital audio news and personalisation outline their strategies with the use of new algorithms and voice assistants. European public service broadcasters are developing news algorithms and voice assistants to help audiences discover and explore digital news stories. At Swedish Radio (SR), the news departments are using algorithmic supported editing and speech-to-text transcription to serve targeted audiences with their preferred choice of news clips. Hear about the subsequent increase in audio clip consumption in their app and the next step to truly personalised playlists and live everything on all platforms and in car. The BBC has created its own voice assistant, “the Beeb”. Together with a vast and creative journalistic offer and improved uses of AI, BBC is set to be one of the only media actors that can give the global platform giants a match in the audio-voice space. 
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

14:45
15:45

Radio advertising works? Prove it!

Mark Barber MBE (Planning Director, Radiocentre UK), Mary Hoogerbrugge (Marketing Positioning Consultant, Netherlands), Gavin Deans (Media Central, Ireland) Emma O’Doherty (Mediacom, Ireland) Radio advertising works but how do we share its impact and effectiveness with advertisers, brands and agencies and ensure radio is positioned properly in a crowded media market?



Mark Barber MBE (Planning Director, Radiocentre UK)Mary Hoogerbrugge (Marketing Positioning Consultant, Netherlands)Gavin Deans (Media Central, Ireland) Emma O’Doherty (Mediacom, Ireland) Radio advertising works but how do we share its impact and effectiveness with advertisers, brands and agencies and ensure radio is positioned properly in a crowded media market? Other people’s money: helping radio take a bigger bite from brand budgets. Advertisers have historically used radio predominantly as a tactical medium, getting promotional messages to air quickly and efficiently, but remains underused as a brand-building medium. Mark Barber’s presentation explores data from the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, UK, underpinned by findings from Radiocentre’s research portfolio to help radio owners make the case to advertisers to use radio to build their brand in addition to driving short-term metrics, expanding use cases and opening up new revenue opportunities. Having heard the theory the second half of this session will focus on the strategy to ensure you position yourself properly in a crowded media market and also a case study on how radio can plan and execute an effective campaign. 
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

14:45
15:45

Welcome to the Wedel Software & SoCast session

 
Where

Track 4
Event type
Session

15:45
16:00

Session break

We are re-setting grab a coffee, find your room for the next great session!

 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Break

16:00
16:40

Carolina Bermudez – In Conversation

Carolina Bermudez (Morning Show Host 103.5 KTU, New York, United States) Hear from one of New York’s finest broadcasters on how to build your personal brand across different media, and be a radio star too!



Carolina Bermudez (Morning Show Host 103.5 KTU, New York, United States) Hear from one of New York’s finest broadcasters on how to build your personal brand across different media, and be a radio star too! Carolina Bermudez is one of New York’s most well known voices and has been ever-present on media for many years, perhaps most famously on the legendary Z100 with Elvis Duran. She now is the main host of the Morning Show on 103.5 KTU in New York. If ever there was an example of multi-tasking and being multi-skilled, Carolina is it! In this session, find out how she built her personal brand and how she moves effortlessly from journalist, to radio host, to TV presenter. Plus she’ll share her tips on how to be a successful media personality now, in 2020. This is Carolina’s inspirational story.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

16:00
16:40

American local radio going digital

Caroline Beasley (Chief Executive Officer, Beasley Media Group)Joe D’Angelo (Senior Vice President Broadcast, Xperia) How does a regional station compete in the American market? And how did they succeed in going digital? 



Caroline Beasley (Chief Executive Officer, Beasley Media Group), Joe D’Angelo (Senior Vice President Broadcast, Xperia) How does a regional station compete in the American market? And how did they succeed in going digital? In this session, Chief Executive Officer, Caroline Beasley will shed light on the amazing story of transformative innovation in the radio business. In 1961 George Beasley bought a small AM station in Benson, North Carolina in an effort to provide a voice for his local community. 60 years later, The Beasley Group has 64 stations across the US, and has a multiplatform approach to everything they do. 
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

16:00
16:40

Five audio tech innovations you shouldn't miss

Kevin Leach (Founding Director, In:Quality, United Kingdom), Benjamin Lardinoit (Co-Founder, On Hertz, Belgium), Liam Thompson (Liam Thompson Consulting, Ireland)Wil Harris (CEO, Co-Founder, Entale, United Kingdom) What innovations are happening in the radio and audio sectors?  



Kevin Leach (Founding Director, In:Quality, United Kingdom)Benjamin Lardinoit (Co-Founder, On Hertz, Belgium)Liam Thompson (Liam Thompson Consulting, Ireland)Wil Harris (CEO, Co-Founder, Entale, United Kingdom) What innovations are happening in the radio and audio sectors?  In this session you'll hear about five new ideas across podcasts, broadcast, streaming, apps and live from some of Europe's most innovative companies. Get inspiration from their ideas and think about how your listeners can improve their experience from your brand. Find out what they've created and the barriers they've broken through to get their idea used by companies and consumers.
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

16:50
17:30

Session Coming Soon!

Watch this space another great session coming soon!

 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

16:50
17:30

Niall’s Top 10 promotions

Niall Power, (Head of Station Sound, Beat 102-103, Ireland) The 10 best radio promotions from around the world



Niall Power, (Head of Station Sound, Beat 102-103, Ireland) The 10 best radio promotions from around the world Back at Radiodays Europe for the third year in a row, this session has proven to be a winner with conference delegates, featuring in the Top 5 sessions each year. Niall Power has combed the globe for the most innovative, exciting, weird and wacky radio promotions and shares the concept and execution for each including on-air, video, social media, events and special features of each promotion.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

16:50
17:30

Transforming the radio ecosystem for the future

Camille Bondeville (Guerilla Marketing Manager at DAVID Systems, Germany), Ann Charles (Director, Radio TechCon, UK)Lisa Hack (Associate Lecturer in Radio at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK) We all have a role in transforming radio for the future.  



Camille Bondeville (Guerilla Marketing Manager at DAVID Systems, Germany), Ann Charles (Director, Radio TechCon, UK)Lisa Hack (Associate Lecturer in Radio at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK) We all have a role in transforming radio for the future. The Radio ecosystem is constantly evolving, and we need to develop our skills to be a part of the Radio transformation. Future developments in on-demand and broadcast content require all sorts of technical skills. In this session, we'll showcase the range of Tech skills to have nowadays, and different ways to expand them - from training courses, to transferring the skills you already have to a different part of the Audio and Radio industry. This session will emphasise how we all have a role in better transforming Radio for the future.
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

19:00
21:00

Monday Evening Event Cineteatro Capitólio - Hosted by Lisbon's Municipality, Tourism of Portugal and Tourism of Lisbon & Powered by SEAT

Hosted by Lisbon's Municipality, Tourism of Portugal and Tourism of Lisbon & Powered by SEAT



After 30 years of closure, the cultural landmark of Lisbon and greater Portugal is reopening its doors. The Cineteatro Capitólio is located in Parque Mayer and is considered a major landmark in the history of Lisbon, and Portugal. The history of the theatre is connected to the political, social and intellectual developments of the capital and of Portugal as it played a role as the main cultural venue from the 1930s to the 1980s. Not only for its historical role, the building is also unique in its distinctive architectural style. The modernist style is recognised internationally and hence has been a national landmark since 1983.   Parque Mayer was like the Lisbon’s “Broadway” with a block of popular ancient theaters, endowed with restaurants, carousels, terraces, pavilions, houses of fado, exhibited cinema and wrestling. By the 50’s and 60’s of last century, it was a place of bohemia par excellence, where so much occurred. The first theater opened in 1922. Capitólio itself was built originally in 1931. After decadent decades, more recently the place returned to a renew its life. From the very beginning, the project has featured the collaboration of numerous institutions and partners that represent a seal of quality, confer recognition and dignify the theatre, constituting an essential starting point for the re-launch of the Cineteatro Capitólio brand.  This cultural and historical centre of Lisbon is the perfect place to gather for Monday Radio Night and main social event.
 
Where

Monday Evening Event
Event type
Radio Night Reception

08:30
16:30

Registration and Exhibition Opens

Registration for Radiodays Europe has never been easier. Hold your confirmation email and photo ID ready to print your badge in a matter of seconds at our assisted print stations. In case you haven't collected your badge on Sunday or Monday, please arrive early to ensure smooth registration and to give yourself time to get familiar with Radiodays Europe's Exhibition areas before the opening session starts.



Registration and the Exhibition Area are open for Day 2 of Radiodays Europe Lausanne 2019. Registration for Radiodays Europe has never been easier. You will need your confirmaiton email and photo ID to register.
 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Exhibition

09:05
09:45

Memory and melody

Matt Dickson (National Head of Creativity for the Studio, Southern Cross Austereo, Australia) How and why your brand needs to capitalize on audio’s unique relationship with the brain. Music and melodies create indestructible memory structures, which help radio do a better job for brands.



Matt Dickson (National Head of Creativity for the Studio, Southern Cross Austereo, Australia) How and why your brand needs to capitalize on audio’s unique relationship with the brain. Music and melodies create indestructible memory structures, which help radio do a better job for brands. In this session, Matt Dickson takes you through audio’s unique relationship with the brain, and how music and melody creates memory structures that are virtually indestructible. If the purpose of branding is to drive brand preference through mental availability, in many ways audio can do a much better job than almost any other medium. Find out what audio logo best practice sounds like, and how to create a distinctive and effective audio logo for your brand or radio station.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

09:05
09:45

The rise of talk radio

Thomas Buch Andersen (Head of P1, DR, Denmark), Kamila Ceran (Editor-in-Chief, Radio TOK FM, Poland), Vincent Giret (Head of France Info, France), Olli Junes (Head, Yle Puhe, Finland) Around Europe talk radio stations are on the rise. Hear from and discuss with the heads of the most successful talk radio formats in Europe in this interactive session.



Thomas Buch Andersen (Head of P1, DR, Denmark)Kamila Ceran (Editor-in-Chief, Radio TOK FM, Poland)Vincent Giret (Head of France Info, France)Olli Junes (Head, Yle Puhe, Finland)                    Around Europe talk radio stations are on the rise. Hear from and discuss with the heads of the most successful talk radio formats in Europe in this interactive session. Talk radio and spoken word in general is on the rise. More and more listeners are tuning into talk formats. What is the magic sauce, the secret ingredient behind the big talk radio success stories around Europe? In this interactive session you will hear from the Heads of some of the most successful talk radio formats in Europe. What do they think is the secret behind their success? How do they distinguish between successful podcasting formats and successful talk radio formats and in which direction do they think talk radio will go in the near future? If you’re looking for new ideas for your talk radio station or for your morning show – then this session will give some good pointers. And if the moderator is not asking the question you want to ask… well ask the question yourself in this interactive session.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

09:05
09:45

Making lots out of little: repurposing content

Amy Woods (Founder, Content10x, United Kingdom) You might think you know how much content you can generate out of one original piece. Well, you actually don’t until you’ve met Amy Woods. 



Amy Woods (Founder, Content10x, United Kingdom) You might think you know how much content you can generate out of one original piece. Well, you actually don’t until you’ve met Amy Woods. Creating audio is the essence of what we all do, but how to do this effectively and economically sensible is almost a private matter. Amy Woods has mastered the art of making 10x pieces of interesting, compelling and efficient content out of one single chunk of original. If you always thought “there must be more I can do with this”, then this session is for you. If you believe you know it all about how to make lots out of little – well, you don’t until you’ve met Amy Woods. This session is hands-on, eye-opening, fun, and gives you lots to take home and put into action immediately.
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

10:00
10:45

Session Coming Soon!

 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

10:00
10:45

Seriously funny – Comedy on radio

Jon Holmes (Writer & Comedian, United Kingdom), Ross Browne, (Comedian & Co-presenter "KC & Ross in the Morning”, Cork's 96FM, Ireland), Quequé (Comedian Host, Cadena SER, Spain) Being funny is a serious business! Hear from some great comedians about how they do comedy on the radio.



Jon Holmes (Writer & Comedian, United Kingdom)Ross Browne, (Comedian & Co-presenter "KC & Ross in the Morning”, Cork's 96FM, Ireland), Quequé (Comedian & Host, Cadena SER, Spain)                   Being funny is a serious business! Hear from some great comedians about how they do comedy on the radio. Comedy on radio is more popular than ever before, and with so many different formats and ways of delivering comedy, we’ve gathered together some of Europe’s funniest radio comedians (so they tell us) to talk about how they do it. If you’re looking for new comedy ideas for your station, want to learn how to write comedy for radio, or you just want to have a bit of a laugh, then this session will deliver! If you want to learn about DAB – you’re in the wrong room. 
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

10:00
10:45

Three Portuguese cases - Rádio em Portugal (Radio in Portugal)

Luis Oliveira (Head of Music and Digital Content, RTP, Portugal), Daniel Belo (Editor in Chief for Music and Pop Culture, Antena 3, RTP, Portugal), António Mendes (RFM, Program Diretor, Portugal), Rui Maria Pego (Radio Host, Radio Comercial, Portugal) In this session we will hear from three of the most successful radio stations in Portugal. 



In this session we will hear from three of the most successful radio stations in Portugal. Antena 3, the youth channel of the public broadcaster RTP and cases from the commercial radio groups Media Capital Rádios and Grupo Renascença Multimédia.
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

10:00
10:45

Welcome to the Nacamar / Danexis session!

 
Where

Track 4
Event type
Session

10:45
11:05

Coffee Break - Tuesday AM

Enjoy a coffee break in the Exhibition Area, visit the stands and companies to see the latest innovations, products, services in radio and audio and much more! 



Enjoy a coffee break in the Exhibition Area, visit the stands and companies to see the latest innovations, products, services in radio and audio and much more! 
 
Where

Exhibition area
Event type
Break

11:05
11:50

The remaking of the music business

Mark Mulligan (Managing Director, MIDiA Research, United Kingdom) The recorded music business is about to enter the second half of a decade of annual growth the fundamentals of the business - a story of winners and losers, of insurgents against incumbents.



Mark Mulligan (Managing Director, MIDiA Research, United Kingdom) The recorded music business is about to enter the second half of a decade of annual growth the fundamentals of the business - a story of winners and losers, of insurgents against incumbents. The recorded music business is about to enter the second half of a decade of annual growth. As it does so, fundamentals of the business are changing, from artist careers, through music company business models to audience behavior, with Spotify and other streaming services growing. But the next five years of growth will underpin a story of winners and losers, of insurgents against incumbents. This session will explore these themes, with data and insight illustrating where the market is now, where it is heading, who will come out on top and how this will affect the future of radio.
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

11:05
11:50

The moment interview – enhance the moment

Torben Brandt (Editor in Chief, P1, DR, Denmark)   Learn and feel “The Moment Interview”. A live in-practice demonstration of the method by one of the most experienced interviewers in Denmark.



Torben Brandt (Editor in Chief, P1, DR, Denmark)   Learn and feel “The Moment Interview”. A live in-practice demonstration of the method by one of the most experienced interviewers in Denmark. Storytelling on radio draws on memories and flashbacks. Sometimes an entire story is built on memories. The ‘Moment Interview’ technique brings you – the audience - and the storyteller back into the drama scene or the ‘now’.  In a collaboration with an interviewee - the method will be demonstrated live, in front of the Radiodays Europe audience, bringing his or her story to life. Reconstructing the drama, the movements, the smell, the words and the thoughts of the story. Torben Brandt will take a chance by conducting a Moment Interview on stage with minimal research. Usually he can develop 1-2 moments. Enough to understand the story - and more importantly - the method!
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

11:05
11:50

Radio is losing the younger listeners!

Rasmus Kidde (Audience Researcher, DR, Denmark), George Mullen (Audience Researcher, BBC, United Kingdom)   Hear the latest research on youth and their changing listening behavior. Radio is losing the younger listeners – what can be done to win them back?  



Rasmus Kidde (Audience Researcher, DR, Denmark), George Mullen (Audience Researcher, BBC, United Kingdom)   Hear the latest research on youth and their changing listening behavior. Radio is losing the younger listeners – what can be done to win them back?   Music streaming services are increasingly taking over the listening behaviour of young listeners between 15 and 25 years of age. Youth audiences have more choice when it comes to audio listening than ever before. What factors influence their decision-making, how does it differ between music and speech audio, and most importantly how can we make sure our content is their top choice? This session will show you the most recent research and give you insights into how to better understand and influence this development. Rasmus Kidde, DR, Denmark will share the results of a recent music and device study carried out by DR, winning the Tony Twyman award 2019 for its outstanding insights. George Mullen, BBC, UK will share the latest research from the BBC regarding the listening behavior of young listeners and insights on content and music appealing to the youth through the BBC’s audio app SOUNDS.
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

12:00
12:45

Radio in car: fast and future

Asha Knight (Distribution Manager, BBC, United Kingdom)Franck Louis-Victor (Director, New Media and Service Innovation at Renault Group, France) The update about radio in car: latest innovation, connectivity, design, UX, UI, sound, data and FAANG’s etc, to know what will happen in the dashboard.



Asha Knight (Distribution Manager, BBC, United Kingdom)Franck Louis-Victor (Director, New Media and Service Innovation at Renault Group, France) The update about radio in car: latest innovation, connectivity, design, UX, UI, sound, data and FAANG’s etc, to know what will happen in the dashboard. Recently, Google has released Android Automotive to turn your car into a smartphone, Amazon sells a small device to turn your old auto into a smart speaker (and Spotify is ready to do the same…) Car makers are entering into the vocal assistant war… Look at the bright side of life and check all these new opportunities to reinvent the radio in the car, with the latest inputs and insights from world famous carmakers. 
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

12:00
12:45

The ultimate guide to morning show production

Dennis Clark (Vice President Talent Development, iHeartMedia, USA), Nik Goodman (Director, Bounce, United Kingdom), Gerlinde Jaenicke (Morning Show Host, RS2, Germany), Vincent Soulet (Executive Producer, Cherie FM Morning Show, France) Producing an amazing Morning Show is vital to a station’s success. Get tips, tools & techniques on how to do it!



Dennis Clark (Vice President Talent Development, iHeartMedia, USA)Nik Goodman (Director, Bounce, United Kingdom)Gerlinde Jaenicke (Morning Show Host, RS2, Germany)Vincent Soulet (Executive Producer, Cherie FM Morning Show, France)                        Producing an amazing Morning Show is vital to a station’s success. Get tips, tools & techniques on how to do it! What are the secrets behind producing an amazing Morning Show? How do you create that magic formula to keep listeners coming back for more, and what are the essential elements you need to deliver on a daily basis? We have gathered together some of the best in the business for this fully interactive session. They’ll share their methods and techniques, talk about the things you can do to make your sound incredible, and answer all your related questions. Be a part of the big Morning Show conversation at Radiodays Europe!
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

12:00
12:45

3 successful youth-cases

Ondřej Cikán (Media Consultant, Programme Director, FAJN Radio, Czech Republic), Juraj Hrvacic (Consultant, FAJN Radio, Czech Republic), Carla Pedret (Journalist, Digital Media & Innovation, Catalunya Radio, Spain), Caroline Pouron (Head of P3, SR, Sweden) Across the globe, radio stations wonder how to win back the younger listeners.



Ondřej Cikán (Media Consultant, Programme Director, FAJN Radio, Czech Republic)Juraj Hrvacic (Consultant, FAJN Radio, Czech Republic)Carla Pedret (Journalist, Digital Media & Innovation, Catalunya Radio, Spain)Caroline Pouron (Head of P3, SR, Sweden) Across the globe, radio stations wonder how to win back the younger listeners. It’s a fact; Radio is losing the younger listeners and the big question is how to win them back. Hear how three different stations have dealt with this, and how they have  worked to meet their listeners needs and behavior. 
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

13:45
14:30

Discover your brand’s true identity

James Howard (Regional Senior Vice President, Programming & Program Director 103.5 KISS-FM, iHeartMedia, Chicago, United States) Your brand is everything. So what do you want your listeners to feel about you brand? Find out how to discover its true identity.



James Howard (Regional Senior Vice President, Programming & Program Director 103.5 KISS-FM, iHeartMedia, Chicago, United States)           Your brand is everything. So what do you want your listeners to feel about you brand? Find out how to discover its true identity. In this session, engage in a highly interactive conversation about your brand’s identity within the competitive landscape. James’ approach to this important discovery will be a simple, but compelling exercise into how you want your target markets to feel about your brand. He’ll discuss the vital filtration process to help identify your overarching brand strategy. After this, you’ll never think about your own brand in quite the same way! 
 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

13:45
14:30

How to develop & differentiate music formats

Chris Stevens (Founder, Chris Country, United Kingdom), Johannes Saukko (Content Director, Nelonen Media, Finland), Marc Vossen (CEO, NGroup, Belgium), Kim Beyns (COO, NGroup, Belgium) Find out about the most interesting music formats around at the moment and what the strategy is behind them.  



Chris Stevens (Founder, Chris Country, United Kingdom)Johannes Saukko (Content Director, Nelonen Media, Finland)Marc Vossen (CEO, NGroup, Belgium)Kim Beyns (COO, NGroup, Belgium) Find out about the most interesting music formats around at the moment and what the strategy is behind them. In radio, we’re always looking for new and interesting music formats to develop, or to refresh established formats with an innovative angle. This session will bring together some great case studies of radio stations from across Europe who have built an audience and provided something different. Hear how they did it, as they share their programming strategy and learn where the opportunities in original music formats may lie in your market.
 
Where

Track 2
Event type
Session

13:45
14:30

Mahadura & Özberkan

Susani Mahadura (Journalist, Presenter, Documentary Director, Yle, Finland), Yagmur Özberkan (Journalist, Presenter, Yle, Finland) "What is life like for LGBTQ + muslim?"  & "Why no one talks about whiteness?"



Susani Mahadura (Journalist, Presenter, Documentary Director, Yle, Finland), Yagmur Özberkan (Journalist, Presenter, Yle, Finland) "What is life like for LGBTQ + muslim?" & "Why no one talks about whiteness?" Since 2016 Susani Mahadura & Yagmur Özberkan have talked weekly about the social and political issues of the society. The program Mahadura & Özberkan discusses for example structural racism and what it is like to live a minority's minority. Mahadura & Özberkan is a one-hour show heard on Yle Puhe, Finnish Broadcasting Company´s talk radio. Mahadura & Özberkan were awarded the Red Cross prize for courageous and uncompromising journalism in 2018. 
 
Where

Track 3 - SOB Audio Imaging Room
Event type
Session

14:45
15:30

Session Coming Soon!

 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session

15:30
16:00

Finale – Goodbye to Lisbon & Announcement of Host City 2021

 
Where

Track 1- ReelWorld Room
Event type
Session