Why should I attend Radiodays Asia & What will be in the programme?

Why should I attend Radiodays Asia? Radiodays Asia will be different from most other conferences and conventions on media in Asia. First of all, it will be focused on radio and audio, which means we can go deeper into topics and be more relevant for radio broadcasters and the audio industry. Secondly, we will be cutting edge, having the latest trends and most interesting developments in content, business, advertising, distribution and journalism from across the world, relying on our vast international network and contacts. Thirdly, this will be an entertaining, fast paced event with the most experienced practitioners, executives and experts, sharing their experiences with European, Asian, Australian and American cases and perspectives. An eye opener and unique experience for everyone in the radio and audio industry. Don´t miss it! What will be in the programme? The programme will cover all relevant challenges and developments for the radio and audio industry. How to use new digital platforms, new devices like smart speakers and how to handle the competition from global players like Spotify, Apple, Facebook and Google. Strategies for radio in the new media environment and digitalization, as well as ways to expand your brand from traditional broadcasting into new areas and new business opportunities. Sound branding, new audio revenues and find more advertisers for radio. How to fight fake news, gain trust and connect with audiences in new ways. Podcasting and new ways to use audio storytelling. How you can develop your shows to be more successful, get the most out of your on—air talent and how to encourage new ideas and innovation. In addition, hear from a multitude of successful cases from around Asia, Europe and Australia, hear from leading executives from major broadcasters and learn from famous on—air personalities and world-leading producers. Sounds like we are promising a lot, but we are building on the successful Radiodays Europe, now in its 10th year, which is the world leading event in radio and audio held annually in Europe. New speakers will be announced and added during May and June and  the full programme will be ready and published end of June, 8 weeks ahead of the conference.

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