Radiodays Europe is starting to tease some of its offerings for the upcoming Radiodays Europe 2018 conference, announcing eight speakers.
Among those slated to talk are Bob Shennan, director of radio and music for the BBC; Linda Green, founder and director of Leading Creative Talent, U.K.; Thomas Duprel, rapper, musician and head of editorial of the youth radio and multimedia platform Tarmac, RTBF, Belgium; Jon Braenes, head of radio for NRK, Norway; Caroline Grazé, managing director for Radioplayer DE, Germany; Emma Theodom, research manager for BBC News and Current Affairs; Aslag Gottlieb, specialist in the relationship between youth, media and IT at the University of Southern Denmark; and Laurent Frisch, head of digital at Radio France.
Radiodays Europe 2018 expects to have more than 120 speakers over the course of the conference.
In addition, Radiodays Europe 2018 is launching a new program to create greater connections for women attending the conference, Radiodays Europe Women. The program will look to include more women as speakers at this year’s conference to help promote gender equality, as well as provide an opportunity for women to discuss issues across the radio industry that affect them.
Radiodays Europe 2018 will take place in Vienna from March 18–20, 2018.