With 131 member stations, which together generate an audience of more than 8 million listeners every day, the Les Indés Radios group will once again be at the heart of the Radio and Digital Audio Show. Several topics will be discussed: the role of radio in the face of streaming Natacha Krantz-Gobbi (CEO of Mercury and President of Les Victoires de la Musique), strategic coordination on the broadcasting of certain titles with Laurent Dumay (Deputy CEO of the Group 1981), the challenges and opportunities of DAB+ with a presentation by Jean-Marc Dubreuil (WorldDAB) and the Public Senat TV partnership with Cyril Viguier (journalist on the "Territoires d'info" show). Reserved to members and sponsors.
This vast question will first provide an overview of podcasting in France: its actors, creations, formats and audience. While the podcast market in the United States seems to have found a solid foundation for further development, for the time being, another view seems to prevail in France. On the Old Continent, is the podcast finally only a bubble or is it only in its infancy?
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The radio world is directly impacted by the arrival of new technologies that will not only revolutionize radio as we have known it until now, but above all open up a new era of unprecedented development and new uses for all generations.
Today, our daily and physical environment is directly transformed and impacted by the deployment and multiplication of personal assistants, smart speakers and other interfaces using artificial intelligence, yet these new technologies allow us to listen to radio, create our own personalized mixes and also to participate directly in shows or choose music and make real collaborative and interactive radio.
To confirm this new trend, major players such as Google have recently launched a program, called PRX, to support and experiment with these future radio creators: it is therefore time to invent this new radio, a new radio that is more emotional, participatory and. . . technological!
Or when the industry rewards those who work beautifully for radio, for Digital Audio or for advertising. Chaired by Karl Zéro, who is returning to Europe 1 at the beginning of the year, the 2019 Grands Prix Radio salutes the dynamism, creativity, innovation, originality of programmes, the development of tools and services that mark the 2018-2019 season. As every year, the Maurice Chapot Prize will also be presented to a professional. The purpose of this Honorary Award is to recognize the values and virtues of a man or woman who works for radio.