More speakers announced for Radiodays Europe 2020

The 11th edition of Radiodays Europe will take place from March 29 to 31, 2020, in Lisbon. 

Radiodays Europe was born in 2010 as a response to the needs of the European industry, public and private, to come together to discuss the new media challenges, across borders.

It has since grown to become the most important annual conference for radio professionals with over 1500 participants from 62 countries. It is the meeting point for the European radio industry, both private and public, and a destination for radio people from around the world.

The latest announcement of speakers includes:

Dennis Clark, Vice President of Talent Development, iHeartRadio, US. Dennis’ role is to nurture the most talented radio people in the industry.

Emma O’Dougherty, Chief Client Officer, Mindshare, Ireland. Emma is an active member in the Irish advertising community and served on the board of the industry body IAPI as Media Chair for five years.  

Héctor de Miguel Martín (Quequé), Cadena SER, Spain. He presents his own radio program on Cadena SER: “La Lengua Moderna”.

Evie Omirou, Sales Supervisor, Ant1 Radiom, Cyprus. Her role is to create, plan, and execute Sales from start to finish.

Martin Liss, Media and Management Consultant, Germany. He is a member of the Programing Committee of Radiodays Europe. 

Judith Whelan, Director, ABCs Regional and Local Services, Australia. She oversees the corporation’s eight capital city radio stations, 48 rural and regional bureaux as well as regional & local screen content.

Vincent Giret, Director, franceinfo, France. He played a major part for Radio France regarding the construction of the first public service overall news media.

Kamila Ceran, Editor-in-Chief/Program Director, Radio TOK FM, Agora Radio Group, Poland. She has been working as a radio journalist since 1991. 

Gavin Dean, Managing Director, Media Central, Ireland. Gavin is responsible for leading the team at Media Central in delivering world class campaigns that work for clients and audiences. 

Mark Mulligan, Managing Director of MIDiA Research, UK. For the last 20 years Mark has been a leading voice in the digital music market, working with all the key players from creators and rightsholders right through to music services and tech companies. 

Lukas Schöne, Industry Expert for Audio Innovation, BLM/MedienNetzwerk Bayern, Germany. He analyses the latest developments in audio and their impact on radio stations and audio producers in Bavaria. 

Filippo Solibello, Radio Host, RAI, Radio2, Caterpillar AM, Italy. He is also the creator and the presenter of RadioBattle, the first European radio championship.