Two days of information and insight on hybrid radio
RadioDNS Hybrid Radio improves the experience of broadcast radio by tactical use of IP to enable new digital and interactive functionality. It’s becoming the must-have upgrade for radio in the connected car, and in other connected devices.
Spread over two days, the RadioDNS General Assembly, Hybrid Radio Seminar and Automotive Workshop will explore the opportunities for new business models and services, and explain how we intend to continue growing RadioDNS Hybrid Radio to become a globally adopted open standard.
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 12th February, 14:00 – 17:00 CET
In a round-table discussion, the Steering Board and our members will discuss our progress in 2017, and our plans for 2018. It’s the strategy meeting that will set the direction for RadioDNS for the coming year.
Members will have received their invitation through email. Contact the Project Office if you have not received it.
Hybrid Radio Seminar
Open to everyone
Tuesday 13th February, 10:00 – 12:00 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.
Automotive Workshop – Part III
Free to RadioDNS and WorldDAB members, €100,- for non members
Presented in conjunction with WorldDAB
Tuesday 13th February, 14:00 – 17:30 CET
Automotive Workshop III will continue the successful format of interactive discussion of important issues between broadcasters and automotive manufacturers. The issues this year are seeded from the WorldDAB’s Automotive User Experience Working Group:
- Rights & Licensing
- Quality Controlling the Driver Experience
- Radio’s Top Level Navigation Presence
- Generating and displaying station lists with logos
- Continuous listening across broadcast and IP, and
- Driver Distraction and Safety.
A more detailed briefing pack will be sent to registered delegates to allow for preparation.
EBU Digital Radio Week
Our meetings are part of the EBU Digital Radio Week (12th – 16th February). More details can be found on the EBU Tech website.