The speaker lineup for Radiodays Asia will combine the best of the European Radiodays conference with a range of speakers from Asia.
The two day event will be held in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia on August 27-28. Register here for early bird rates.
Radiodays Asia will contain two parallel tracks to enable a wide spread of topics. Some sessions will be fast paced, with shorter presentations; others will be panels, keynotes and inspiring case studies.
The conference will focus on the future of radio and audio businesses in Asia and bring top-level speakers from around the world to share their ideas, thoughts, strategies and plans for the future of our industry.
Some of the speakers already announced for the conference include:
Cathy O´Connor, CEO of Nova Entertainment, on heading successful commercial radio brands like Nova and SmoothFM, now deploying its podcast strategy
Kou Aizhe, podcaster from Gushi FM, China, about his podcast inspired by ‘This American Life’ that tells the stories of ordinary people living in China today.
Sana Rangwala, Programming Head at Radio Mirchi India’s second frequency, Mirchi Love, which is very active using social media to connect with listeners
Other speakers include:
Philippe Generali, President CEO of RCS worldwide
Mike Cass, Virgin Radio UK, on the strategy behind the relaunch of Virgin Radio and the new Chris Evans breakfast show
Kalki Koechlin, Bollywood actor and presenter of the My Indian Life podcast
Staffan Rosell, CEO of Bauer Media in Sweden
Deb Hishon, Media Measurement Director at GfK Australia
More speakers are being announced each week as the event draws nearer.
Commercial Radio Malaysia President Ozarizan Mohd Nor said: “Choosing to hold this conference in Kuala Lumpur was the right choice. Participants will get more than they expected when they come here… We have been waiting for this conference to come to Asia so that people from all over the world can share their ideas with us in the Asian radio industry.”
Joan Warner, CEO of launch partner Commercial Radio Australia, said: “As radio continues to reinvent itself, creating new partnerships and looking outwards for collaboration across a range of industries will help us continue to prosper and grow.”
The event is being presented by Radiodays in collaboration with our sister publication AsiaRadioToday, which is a founding partner of the conference.
“This will be a great opportunity for those who couldn’t make it to Europe to be able to experience the best of Radiodays closer to home, and to make new links with radio colleagues across Asia,” said Radiodays Founder Anders Held.
Many more exciting speakers will be announced soon. Book your ticket today!