The Media Society kicks off its Autumn programme of events on Wednesday 12th September with a panel debate, What’s Next For Radio?, co-produced with The Foreign Press Association in London at the Royal Commonwealth Club.
Tim Collins, Producer of The Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2, will chair the panel featuring our very own John Myers, as well as Matthew Bannister, Jumoké Fashola and Mark Goodier. They’ll be looking at radio’s future over the next few years, examining the challenges and opportunities of digital, the youth audience and regulation – amongst other topics. What is radio’s destiny in the digital age, what new ideas will emerge and what is about to die out or thrive? It should be a fascinating discussion and there’ll be lots of opportunity for questions from the floor and networking afterwards.
The evening will kick off with a drinks reception hosted and sponsored by Right Angles PR, followed by the debate, and there will be a cash bar afterwards with further opportunity to mingle.
Members of The Radio Academy can book at the same rates as Media Society members, £5 (plus booking fee), via the event booking page.
Date: Wednesday September 12th – drinks reception 6.30pm, debate 7pm, cash bar 8pm
Venue: Royal Commonwealth Club, 25 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AP
Admission: £5 for members, £8 for non-members
For more information and to book, please see The Media Society’s website.