Graham Dixon, EBU at RDE17

WorldDAB chats to Graham Dixon, Head of Radio at EBU.

Graham looks at the big question from his opening keynote, “What is radio?”, and discusses the reasons why more countries are switching to DAB+, including those facing expensive bills to keep FM networks running.

Graham also talks about EBU’s big news from Radiodays, the launch of the .radio domain.

Graham Dixon is currently Head of Radio at the European Broadcasting Union in Geneva, and was Managing Editor of BBC Radio 3 until September 2015, having previously held editorial and production positions within BBC Radio.

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This entry was posted on March 23, 2017 by in WorldDAB Project Office.

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