Radiodays Europe: Exciting new speakers announced

Europe: A further six names have been added to the ever growing list of speakers for the Amsterdam installment of Radiodays Europe in March 2017. Among the new names Darren Davis, the Worldwide President for iHeart Radio, Cilla Benkö, the Director General at Swedish Radio and Kenneth Andresen, the Head of Radio at P4/MTG in Norway.

The programme commitee has been hard at work and Radiodays Europe are announcing further additions to their 2017 event in Amsterdam:

Darren Davis, Worldwide President of iHeartRadio, USA
Jan-Willem Roodbeen, DJ at NPO Radio 2, “the Late Night Show”, the Netherlands
Cilla Benkö, Director General at Swedish Radio, Sweden
Kathleen Goldhar, Editor of “The Current”, CBC, Canada
Kenneth Andresen, Head of Radio P4/MTG, Norway
Siobhan McMenemy and Patrick Collins, Audience Researchers at BBC Radio, UK

More speakers and sessions will be announced in January. In total there will be 120+ speakers in more than 50+ sessions at Radiodays Europe 19-21 March in Amsterdam.

Previously confirmed speakers include Bob Shennan, the new Director of Radio and Music for the BBC, UK; Manoush Zomorodi, award winning host of the podcast «Note to Self», WNYC, USA; Stephanie Hirst, award winning radio DJ and an icon of the UK transgender community, UK; Sebastian Fitzek, succesful thriller author and radio contributor, Germany; Mark Kaye, social media star on Snapchat, USA; Craig Bruce, talent coach, Australia; Mariana Santos, visual storyteller, founder of Chicas Poderosas, Portugal; Jeff Smith, Head of Music for BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music, UK; Charlotte Pudlowski, Journalist and head of audio at Slate, France; Aiden McCullen, digital business developer, Katawave, Ireland; Marc Haberland, Vice-PD at 104.6 RTL Berlin, Germany; Tony Thomas, Chief Marketing and Digital Officer, NOVA, Australia; Valerie Weber, Director WDR, Cologne, Germany.

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