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Radiodays Europe 2017

Radiodays Europe was born in 2010 as a response to the needs of the European industry, public and private, to come together to discuss the new media challenges, across borders.

It has since grown to become the most important annual conference for radio professionals with 1500 participants from 62 countries. It is the meeting point for the European radio industry, both private and public, and a destination for radio people from around the world.

It will next take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands 19-21 March 2017 at Rai Convention Centre.

Radiodays Europe (RDE) is about radio´s future, but also about sharing experiences from the best of radio today. Success stories, digital advances, journalism, new research and business models, from across the globe. The mission is to spread good ideas and to make better radio for our listeners.

This year RDE is about a Sound Future – both for radio and the growing audio market, with new players entering the audio business. And the digital challenges that rapidly are changing the way people consume information and entertainment and the disruption of present business models.

At RDE you will find inspiration from some of the greatest award winning radio producers and the visions of radio broadcasters leaders and players from outside radio that will influence our future.

Radiodays Europe is not only the largest international radio conference in the world. It is also leading the way by being the forward looking, with high quality content, great speakers and a huge programme with over 120 speakers in 55 sessions over 2,5 days. In addition an exhibition with 60+ exhibitors showcasing services for broadcasters.

The programme is created with the involvement of the partner organisations of Radiodays Europe, who kicked off the programing process with a brainstorming meeting – the Conference Assembly – in Amsterdam in September. An international Programme Committee of ten has since then been working on the programme and finding speakers.