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Eurosonic Festival 
The Eurosonic Festival is the European showcase for up-and-coming bands and artists, and Euroradio is at the heart of this annual three-day event, which takes place every January in Groningen (Netherlands).
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Sound Engineers Scheme 
Given the overriding importance of high quality in the music exchanges among EBU radio organizations, the Contact Engineers Group and Music Group propose the Sound Engineers Scheme.
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Notturno 
Euroradio-Notturno, launched in 1998, is a night-time broadcast, made up of three two-hour interchangeable modules on given themes.
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World Radio Day 
World Radio Day (WRD) on 13 February marks the anniversary of the first broadcast by UN Radio in 1946, when it transmitted its first call sign: "This is the United Nations calling the peoples of the world."
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Euroradio World Music Workshop 
Symbolic of today’s global culture, World Music is a fusion of non-Western traditional music with contemporary elements, from afrobeat to club sounds, from Tuareg rock in Timbuktu to samba in Brazil.
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International Feature Conference 
How do you “grab” an audience with a great opening? How can radio tell the history of the world in 100 objects? How about a “jam session” where participants bring and play their favourite selections?
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Euroradio Folk Music Christmas/New Year Project 
Sretan Božić, Gleðilegra jóla, Häid pühi: no matter how listeners may say “Happy Holidays”, there’s something for everyone in the annual Euroradio Folk Music Christmas/New Year Project.
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Euroradio Christmas Music Day 
The Euroradio Christmas Music Day has been one of the EBU’s most popular offerings ever since it first aired in 1995.
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Chicago Jazz Festival 
Each summer, the City of Chicago presents its flagship Chicago Jazz Festival, celebrating its 40th year in 2018.
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Euroradio Holy Week Music Day 
Across European musical traditions, the period of Holy Week has given rise to some of the most important musical works in the history of the art form, seeking to encapsulate in music the dramatic events of Christ's Passion.