The countdown is on for the eighth International Radio Festival, which will take place in Milan for the first time. With just more than a month to go before the festivities kick off, IRF has unveiled its slate of speakers.
The line-up of speakers includes Tony Prince, founder of Disco Mix Club and DJ magazine Mixmag, who is also a veteran of pirate radio in the 60s with Radio Caroline; Herbert Visser, founder and CEO of Radio 10NL in the Netherlands; Ed Hooper, co-founder of social media app Omny Studio; Dan Jones, founder of Hoxton FM Web-radio; and Rusty Hodge, founder of SOMA FM Internet radio platform.
The IRF is a boutique music radio content conference and B2B Forum, the first of its kind produced for the music radio industry. It is a must attend meeting place for all those with a vested interest in the business, curation and programming of the world’s most consumed medium, Music Radio Content.
The conference will host a B2B Forum for the debate on the business of music radio content. The IRF B2B Forum will allow participants to showcase formats and productions and then broadcast them live on-air. The forum is scheduled for April 7, at 9:30 a.m.
The IRF Radio City Milano Conference and B2B Forum takes place on Thursday 7th April 2016, at the UniCredit Pavilion on the Piazza Gae Aulenti, Milano. More infos here: http://www.internationalradiofest.com/irf-milano-conference-2016/
The IRF is the definitive conference and B2B Forum to debate the business of music radio content, where participants are invited to showcase their formats and productions and broadcast them live on-air to their listeners back home. The IRF B2B Forum is a must attend meet for all those with a vested interest in the business, curation and programming of the world’s most consumed medium, Music Radio Content.
The IRF Radio City Milan edition will be the world’s largest on-air and public radio event welcoming over 30’000 visitors and 500+ music radio professionals. It takes place in and around the beautiful UniCredit Pavilion on the Piazza and radio stations will broadcast their radio shows live-on-air to millions of their listeners back in their home cities.
See more at: http://www.internationalradiofest.com
Nikki McNeill | Global Publicity