2017 Eleventh RadioDNS General Assembly

Nick Piggott 13th December 2016

The only conference dedicated to hybrid radio, now across two days

Videos and Presentations available now

Visit the Hybrid Radio Seminar and Automotive Workshop pages to catch up on the discussions and presentations.

If you want to know more about the biggest change in radio technology in two decades, or you’re already implementing RadioDNS Hybrid Radio and want to know more about our progress, join us for two days of meetings, seminars and workshops.

We’ve speakers from every part of the world, and every part of the radio industry, all explaining how they’re utilising RadioDNS Hybrid Radio as part of their plans to create a better kind of radio in the future.

We’ll be at the EBU in Geneva, Switzerland, or you can join using video conferencing.

The RadioDNS General Assembly

Open to RadioDNS Members and invited guests only

Monday 6th February, 14:30 – 17:00 CET

In a round-table discussion, the Steering Board and our members will discuss our progress in 2016, plans for 2017 and elect a new Steering Board for 2017-2019. It’s the strategy meeting that will set the direction for RadioDNS for the coming year.

Hybrid Radio Seminar

Open to everyone

Tuesday 7th February, 09:00 – 12:30 CET

With contributions from broadcasters, service providers, associations and manufacturers, it’s the most comprehensive overview of what’s happening in RadioDNS globally. If you want to know what’s happening in the RadioDNS Hybrid Radio ecosystem, this is the session to be part of.

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Automotive Workshop – Part II

Open to everyone (numbers limited – preference to RadioDNS and WorldDAB member organisations)

Presented in conjunction with WorldDAB

Tuesday 7th February, 14:30 – 17:00 CET

Our first Automotive Workshop explored ten critical themes for the success of hybrid radio. This continuation will look specifically at User Interfaces and Experience for drivers, and how moving from analogue radio can be a uncomfortable experience. We’ll look at five ways we could collectively make that experience better.

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EBU Digital Radio Week

Our meetings are part of the EBU Digital Radio Week (6th – 19th February). More details can be found on the EBU Tech website.

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