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Visions for the future of radio - new digital listening habits

Sibyle Veil (Chief Executive Officer of Radio France), Simon Gooch (Chief Innovation Officer, Swedish Radio, Sweden) Radio France is at the core of a demanding and thrilling transformation, at the crossroads of 3 main challenges: an editorial and content relevance challenge, a distribution and technological innovation one, a trust issue with implications for democratic vitality. With 70% of Swedes still tuning in to the public broadcaster every week the analogue listening habit seems to be thriving. Establishing a relationship like that in the crowded context of talking speakers, wireless headphones, cars that drive themselves and kids who dance to Fortnite is what could keep Simon Gooch awake at night. Does it?    



Sibyle Veil (Chief Executive Officer of Radio France), Simon Gooch (Chief Innovation Officer, Swedish Radio, Sweden) Radio France is at the core of a demanding and thrilling transformation, at the crossroads of 3 main challenges: an editorial and content relevance challenge, a distribution and technological innovation one, a trust issue with implications for democratic vitality. In an increasingly competitive world, one thing is sure: sound is the future. The CEO of French Public Service Radio will share her vision of the future of radio. With 70% of Swedes still tuning in to the public broadcaster every week the analogue listening habit seems to be thriving. Establishing a relationship like that in the crowded context of talking speakers, wireless headphones, cars that drive themselves and kids who dance to Fortnite is what could keep Simon Gooch awake at night. Does it?       
 
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