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31
JUL
2020

Improvise and Innovate – Radio Post 2020 #RDA2020

Who is innovating? What does radio mean post Covid-19? Are we adapting quickly enough? Can we compete with the next Tik Tok, and do we have to? The final session of Radio Days Africa 2020 is a canvas of ideas and a platform to speak about the future of our medium.
30
JUL
2020

Snakes and Ladders, the State of Community Radio in South Africa #RDA2020

As a vital contributor to the media landscape in South Africa, community radio is often regarded as the underdog. Is the sector undervalued and underrated and why are community radio stations perceived as the poor cousin of the industry? This panel discussion will look at the sector from different perspectives and inputs.
28
JUL
2020

Newsrooms in Africa #RDA2020

What do Newsroom in Africa look like currently and what are their challenges? This panel discussion will examine the state of newsrooms, journalists on the ground and the quality of coverage especially in the radio environment. As a continent of extended geography and a variety of socio-political and economic challenges radio news is often the most immediate source of information. How good is it?
24
JUL
2020

Gifted #RDA2020

Creative, Outspoken and Upwardly mobile radio practitioners will ensure the future of the industry. This panel discussion speaks to young practitioners who are and have been crafting their skills and making a mark in the South African radio industry.
23
JUL
2020

The SABC - Project Turnaround #RDA2020

With more than 60% of South African radio audiences, the SABC holds a lion share of the market. Having gone through a tough five years, several senior managers and board members, the organisation is slowly turning the tide on mismanagement and political interference. In this session we get an update from the office of the SABC COO.
22
JUL
2020

Drop the Treble, Pump Up the Base #RDA2020

Production is the glue that keeps the audio on a station together. In this session, two expert Producers will share their” treatment” of imaging, voice, and elements. They will also share insights and creative inputs into the imaging process. What will the final product sound like, tune into this session
20
JUL
2020

BBC News Sessions #RDA2020

Covid-19 is a once in a career event and pandemic. From the hard facts, the humanitarian crisis, economic impact and social discourse, a broadcaster needs to be connected to the crisis. How did the BBC deal with the initial onset of the Corona Virus and how is the BBC’s news team currently handling the gathering, reporting and archiving of their content from across the globe?
16
JUL
2020

Are We Fact? #RDA2020

The Fast and Furious isn’t just the title of a movie, it is also a representation of the way news and information moves in the digital age. When does a Newsroom pull the plug on a story or push through? What are the trends in Africa when it comes to alternative facts and the manipulation of news? This session goes to the heart of fact checking on the continent.

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