The event takes place on Monday, 28th November at the Arts
Theatre in London’s West End, proudly supported by Broadcast
13 sessions have been announced at radiotechcon.com, with more to follow. Here are some highlights:
Where are the current trends in radio and online audio leading to? What will radio be, and what might it sound (and look) like in its 2022 centenary year and beyond? Hear the findings from a major research project from Nicky Birch, commissioned by the British Library.
The technology powering the recent Small Scale DAB trials is getting cheaper and smaller. This session takes you from beginner to SDR expert in minutes and presents exciting new developments.
Oil prices are high and sun is plentiful; could it be feasible to run your transmitter off solar energy? Hear how one team is attempting this in South Sudan.
Hear from the team behind a major BBC project to turn the studio into an object-based audio machine, with the aim of taking content way beyond basic visualisation to become truly ‘Internet-fit’.
A significant portion of our audience comes from in-car listening. What can you do to ensure it's the best possible experience and what does the future hold for this popular listening environment?
More sessions to be announced in the coming days. A full current session list can be found at radiotechcon.com/all-sessions
Tickets are on sale now, with prices starting from as little as £125 + VAT (Radio Academy membership discount rate).