The International Radio Festival is returning with its ninth edition from 29 October to 4 November 2018. The event will take place at Valetta, Malta in Europe. IRF is all about Music Radio Content.
The International Radio Festival (IRF) was founded in 2010 to celebrate radio’s on-air influencers and their production teams who command the trust and loyal ears of billions of listeners around the globe. The festival is unique in the way that the conference envelops more than 25 international radio stations offering an opportunity to invited Industry experts to broadcast their program live on air to their peers and home audience worldwide.
The experts from both audio production and radio broadcasting can broadcast their program. This makes IRF the largest media event of its kind.
The first edition of IRF was held at Zurich in 2010. Being the niche and world’s sole conference, IRF showcases the key elements of audio/radio, which happens to be the world’s most consumed medium. The event will debate and discuss about the business of radio, its production and content curation opportunity.
Expressing their gratitude towards Malta government for inviting them in the event, IRF Festival Director Darryl von Däniken said, “We are delighted to have been invited by the Government of Malta to partner with them to celebrate Valletta, the European City of Culture 2018. Together we will demonstrate the power that audio delivers in the overall media mix.”
He also said, “Radio broadcasting kick-started the global media industry, setting international media standards, strategies and sales approaches still being used today. While the power of music and voice was drastically underestimated at the beginning of the internet revolution, today’s ever-growing earphone generation confirms the power of audio.”
Taking pride in crediting the massive festival IRF, he said, “The IRF sits at the heart of this development as a meeting of minds, and a place for knowledge sharing, networking, and forming both analogue and digital audio strategies for the future, not just for broadcasters, but also for the music and advertising industry.”
For more details, visit website:www.internationalradiofestival.com