Toronto conference to study the future of radio
Registrations have opened for an international conference on the future of radio, organised by the North American Broadcasters Association.
The all-day NABA Symposium on the Future of Radio and Audio will take place in Toronto, Canada, on 19 February 2015, hosted by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and Radio-Canada.
Organisers say that “core issues affecting the future of radio and audio will be presented and debated” during nine sessions of workshops, roundtables and expert presentations at CBC’s Glenn Gould Studio & Conference Centre.
Registration closes on 9 January 2015 and more information and links for registration are at the NABA conference website.