Among the recurring themes out of the many discussions that took place – both on stage and off – at the inaugural Radiodays North America event during Canadian Music Week in Toronto, were the need to attract younger audiences, shifting consumer listening habits, including the ongoing battle for in-car, audience measurement challenges, and of course the artificial intelligence vs. authenticity debate.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast, we talk to conference veterans including PodNews editor James Cridland, Radioplayer Worldwide General Manager Lawrence Galkoff, The Creativity Business founder Steve Pratt, and Radiodays GM Peter Niegel on their personal takeaways and highlights from the conference’s North American debut.
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