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News - 27 May 2019
Belgian artist takes this year's Palma Ars Acustica 
The jury of the Palma Ars Acustica, chaired by Soila Valkama of YLE, has announced that the 2019 winner is Autopoiesis by Anne Lepère, presented by RTBF / acscr, Belgium.
News - 18 May 2019
Immersive and personalized audio at the Eurovision Song Contest 
The Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) is providing a perfect testing ground for revolutionary audio technology that is transforming the way content is produced and consumed.
News - 10 May 2019
Too hot to miss: Euroradio Summer Festivals programme is out! 
It's been a cool spring in Europe, but the summer promises to be a hot one - at least in terms of classical music. The programme for the annual Euroradio Summer Festivals is now available in MUSNew.
Press release - 03 May 2019
Trust gap between traditional and new media grows 
Broadcast media remain the most trusted media throughout Europe with 85% of European countries trusting radio and 75% trusting TV.
News - 03 May 2019
Young British conductor to take the helm of Finnish Radio SO 
Finnish Radio has announced the appointment of 36-year-old Nicholas Collon as the new Chief Conductor of its Symphony Orchestra.
News - 29 Apr 2019
Stop, look and listen: Radio conference spotlights stories and how we tell them 
Held on the beautiful estate of Castlemartyr in Co. Cork at the kind invitation of the Irish public broadcaster RTÉ, the 45th International Feature Conference (IFC) brought together dozens of audio producers from all over Europe and beyond to discuss the art and craft of radio documentaries and features.
News - 16 Apr 2019
Spring has sprung: European folksongs now available for downloading 
Just in time for the start of spring and the Easter season, Euroradio brings you music from all over Europe for the 2019 edition of its Spring and Easter Folk Project.
News - 12 Apr 2019
A bouquet of sacred works for Euroradio Holy Week Music Day 
The Gospel accounts of Jesus’ arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane, interrogation by Pontius Pilate and crucifixion are among the most dramatic events in the entire Bible.
Speech - 01 Apr 2019
Noel Curran: Radio Days Europe Speech 
Declining trust in media – what can we do?
News - 18 Mar 2019
Young classical stars profiled by Euroradio music exchange 
Every year since 1995, the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) has nominated a group of exceptional artists as its Rising Stars, who receive professional development support and present an engaging...