White Plains (March 1, 2016) -
For the third year in a row, an RCS executive will be chairing Broadcast Asia's radio track in Singapore in June. Mike Powell, Senior Vice President International Operations and Chief Compliance Officer for RCS and Media Monitors, will also be giving a speech titled, "Next Generation Radio - Managing the Revolution". He also chaired last year's conference and colleague Keith Williams (RCS VP Asia-Pacific) chaired the event in 2014.
"The organizers are putting together a distinguished and engaging line-up of speakers," said Powell, "the opening keynote will be given by one of Asia's most successful broadcast executives, Jake Abdullah, CEO of Malaysia's Astro Radio. Jake's theme will be How to Build a Station that Turns its Audience into Fans."
Many other radio experts will also be presenting case studies and thought-provoking sessions, including:
- Supinya Klangnarong, Thailand's Commissioner, National Broadcasting and Telecommunication who will be looking at new developments in radio audio technology.
- Joan Warner, VP Asia Pacific and CEO of WorldDAB and Commercial Radio Australia who will be presenting a case study for DAB+ in smartphones.
- Lindsay Cornell, Principal Architect, BBC Digital examining the evolution of future digital radio technology.
- Michael Mason, Director of Australia's ABC Radio, looking at shaping public radio for digital consumers.
In the accompanying exhibition, RCS will be showing its latest professional broadcast software including its RCS2GO range which allows radio professionals to remotely control almost all operational aspects of a radio station from any mobile device.
Broadcast Asia 2016 takes place between 31 May and 3 June at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
More information at http://broadcast-asia.com/
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