Matt Deegan, Creative Director, Folder Media; James Cridland, Managing Director, Media UK
How to use multimedia to make your radio show better.
Matt Edmondson, Presenter / Chris Cox, Producer, BBC Radio 1
by Nik Goodman
Great features and tricks that work in any language.
Nik Goodman, International Radio Consultant, Nik Goodman Media Consulting
by Trevor Dann
How to use archives to make contemporary radio.
Trevor Dann, Creative Director, Trevor Dann’s Company
by Michael Hill
A snapshot of what’s doing well in the ‘player, and how it fits into listeners’ lives. Plus – win crap prizes in the Quickfire Console Quiz.
Michael Hill, Managing Director, UK Radioplayer Ltd
Top five ways to use branded content on radio, and how Ofcom’s broadcast code is the gift that keeps on giving.
Chris Goldson, Commercial Director, Absolute Radio
How to use social media to grow local journalism and audiences.
Brett Spencer, Interactive Editor, BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music
Why on-demand audio can be very different to radio, and how to make the most of it.
Francesca Panetta, Head of Audio, The Guardian
by Chris Carey
Understanding the way music is used differently online and offline, and how the internet changes demand.
Chris Carey, Economist, PRS for Music
by Steve Martin
What they are, and how to beat them.
Steve Martin, Editor, Earshot Creative
…and why speech is the key.
Moz Dee, Programme Director, talkSPORT
Why the future’s hybrid: and a demonstration of a world first, live from Chicago.
Nick Piggott, Chair / James Cridland, Secretary, RadioDNS
by Mark Barber
What research data from 450 ad campaigns can tell us about effective radio advertising and programme trails.
Mark Barber, Planning Director, RAB
How the Prison Radio Association became successful by going back to basics.
Andrew Wilkie, Manger, National Prison Radio; Phil Maguire, Chief Executive, Prison Radio
The laws of libel and contempt apply to tweeters and facebookers as well as broadcasters.
Paul Chantler, Senior Partner, United Radio Consultants
How your audio skills can be applied in the gaming space.
Steve Ackerman, Managing Director, Somethin’ Else
It doesn’t matter whether it’s another used car, double glazing, or personal injury ad: you CAN write and produce the best ad possible, guaranteed to get results!
Mark Gregory, Commercial Production Director, Get Carter Productions
by Mark Channon
Improve your memory with Creative Memorisation. An interactive 18 minutes on how to remember things, names and everything at nextrad.io.
Mark Channon, Grand Master of Memory
by Matthew Hawn
Using listener information and social recommendations to make your programming better.
Matthew Hawn, Vice President, Product, Last FM
by Jude Habib
With the right support, people from homeless or living on housing estates can produce powerful audio content.
Jude Habib, Founder and Creative Director, Sound Delivery
Do you really prep? Chances are you’re only doing half of it…
Dick Stone, Programme Director, Capital FM East Midlands
by Matt Deegan
Get these things right, and we all win.
Matt Deegan, Creative Director, Folder Media
Visualising Radio isn’t a new thing, and it isn’t cheap telly by the back door. It’s vital for connecting with new, young audiences. And it’s not just about webcams.
Sam Bailey, Interactive Editor, BBC Music Events and Joe Harland, Short Form Content Editor, BBC Radio 1
The questions we didn’t have time to get through, with Matt and James
15th September 2011