Le Radio 2013 to Host DAB Sessions
Paris - Jan 11, 2013 - Le Radio 2013, a three-day conference and exhibition on the future of radio in Europe, will present the latest innovations on services, equipment and technology serving radio. Conference topics include innovative programming, technology, advertising, education, marketing and digital development.
The Digital Radio Session will be held on Feb. 11, 2013 between 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. The agenda is as follows:
■ Welcome and Introduction to the Session from Patrick Hannon, VP Corporate Development, Frontier Silicon and WorldDMB Steering Board Member
■ Digital Radio in Germany , Michael Reichert, ARD
■ Digital Radio in the UK, Ford Ennals, CEO, Digital Radio UK
■ Digital Radio in Norway, Ole Jørgen Torvmark, CEO, Digital Radio Norge
■ Digital Radio in Switzerland, Beatrice Merlach, CEO, MCDT
■ Question and answer period
The location of the conference will be Auditorium Centre de Conférences Étoile Saint-Honoré Paris.
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