The International Radio Festival (IRF), founded in 2010, represents the world’s first and only industry conference and public on-air event, showcasing and debating the curation and business of music radio content, bringing together all stakeholders with a vested interest in the music radio industry to network, knowledge share and define programming strategies for the digital age. […]
The AER 2017 Conference, kindly hosted by Deirdre Clune MEP, will be held on Wednesday, May 31st, from 13.00 until 15.00, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. The conference focuses this year on the Value of Commercial Radio and on Copyrights and Radio. Registration is free but compulsory – due to security reasons. Please register […]
WORLD RADIO DAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 2017 – (COMMERCIAL) RADIO AND YOU / JOURNEE MONDIALE DE LA RADIO, 13 FEVRIER 2017 – LA RADIO (PRIVEE) ET VOUS MEDIA RELEASE / COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE EN The Association of European Radios (AER), representing 4500 commercially funded radio stations across Europe, is proud to celebrate World Radio Day which […]
New report finds that every Euro spent on advertising powers a seven-fold boost to GDP, encourages innovation, supports employment and helps fund vital services European advertising industry calls for moratorium on further advertising restrictions to ensure associated hidden costs can be assessed Value of advertising_Infographic The first-ever EU-wide report to isolate the economic and social […]
Digital Single Market – Radio’s Access to Infrastructure – The Future of Radio is Multi-Platform AER continues to support a multi-platform future for radio. As well as analogue broadcast streams and digital broadcast signals the inclusion of other digital means of transmission in radio receivers, such as internet reception, will help to ensure a continuing […]
Digital Single Market – Radio and Copyright Radio is local, regional or, at the most, national. With the development of new technology, radio increasingly integrates new platforms and develops new offers to maintain its unique relation with its audience: programmes are being broadcast, streamed and offered on demand. Radio’s output, even online, remains the same, […]
The AER EU 201 6 post-summer Bulletin is accessible here.
The AER EU 2015Q4 Bulletin is accessible here.
The AER EU 2015Q3 Bulletin is accessible here.