Music diversity in radio programming

Music diversity in radio programming

This session is dedicated to the music diversity in radio programming, with a focus on public service media. In the presentation of the research "Music Diversity in Public Service Media Radio Programming", the music programming strategies of more than 15 public organizations is analyzed, both on FM stations and on internet streams. Also, music content of public and commercial stations are compared, showing the uniqueness and value of public service media. The presentation is followed by a discussion with a panel of experts.

Presented in partnership with EBU's Media Intelligence Service.

This online event is part of the Music and Radio 60-minute sessions organized by the EBU Music Unit.

Moderator

Ramunas Zilnys, Head of Popular Music, LRT 

Speakers

Lorna Clarke, Controller BBC Pop, BBC
Matthieu Rawolle, Junior Media Analyst, Media Intelligence Service, EBU
Ralf Richardt Strøbech, Head of Music, DR Culture, Debate and Music, Danish Broadcasting Corporation

 

Details

Date: 

Register by: 22 Feb 2022

Online

Members Only

Contact detail

Monica Schütz
Community Manager
+41 78 641 70 20
schuetz@ebu.ch

Video Talks

Matthieu Rawolle, Junior Media Analyst, Media Intelligence Service, EBU Ramunas Zilnys, Head of Popular Music, LRT (moderator) Lorna Clarke, Controller BBC Pop, BBC Ralf Richardt Strøbech, Head of Music, DR Culture, Debate and Music, Danish Broadcasting Corporation