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Tuning In: See Radio Differently

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Ham Yard Hotel

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W1D 7DT

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Radiocentre invites you to Tuning In which will once again be held at Soho’s Ham Yard Hotel on Thursday 11th May from 9am-12.30pm.


About Tuning In

We have the benefit of living in interesting times. Social media and digital technology are shaking up the old truths. Why have pollsters struggled to call the big political events in the last couple of years? Is it because of ‘fake news’ or a metropolitan elite more and more out of touch with the country at large? Or is there a more fundamental shift at work? One thing is certain, trust is becoming a huge issue, whether in an editorial or advertising context.

Radiocentre’s annual conference, Tuning In, will explore why this is happening, how advertisers can re-evaluate their thinking, and what opportunities the rise in audio and voice-control present for both the radio industry and for marketers. Over the course of the morning, the audience will hear from politicians, marketers, strategists, planners, journalists, thought leaders, tech experts and entertainers to take a wide-ranging and fast-paced look at the state of the industry. While our speakers may not have all the answers, we hope the morning will provoke debate and discussion, and prompt delegates to see radio differently.

Now in its third year, Tuning In attracts an audience of some 200 senior leaders from across commercial radio and advertising, including brand advertisers, media planners and creatives.

Thursday 11th May 2017 The Dive Bar and Cinema, Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, London, W1D 7DT

Breakfast 8.15am | Speakers 9.00am | Finish 12.30pm

Speakers lined-up for Tuning In 2017 include:

  • Shelagh Fogarty, award-winning journalist and LBC presenter, who will be chairing the conference
  • Christian O’Connell, Absolute Radio presenter
  • Dan Brooke, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at Channel 4
  • Bridget Angear, Joint Chief Strategy Officer, AMV BBDO
  • Alexi Mostrous, The Times’ Head of Investigation
  • Baroness Tina Stowell, former Leader of the House of Lords
  • Baroness Tessa Jowell, former Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Michael Hill, MD of Radioplayer
  • Siobhan Kenny, Radiocentre’s Chief Executive
  • Mark Barber, Radiocentre’s Planning Director
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