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Written by Wednesday, September 21st 2016 at 22:18 | Read 413 comment(s)


It’s become a tradition: at each new Salon de la Radio we pay tribute to one country and its professionals. After Quebec (2014), Switzerland (2015) and Belgium (2016), in 2017 the spotlight will be on Britain, the guest of honour of the only French-language event celebrating radio. In this way it is opening up to Europe and to non-French-speaking visitors.


Keynote de Dixon Graham, UER • Keynote of Dixon Graham, EBU
Keynote de Dixon Graham, UER • Keynote of Dixon Graham, EBU
So when is the next Salon de la Radio? Make a note of the dates now: Sunday 29, Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 January 2017! This 2017 edition will take place over three days in a location that is emblematic of Paris, a place that is a listed historic building: the Grande Halle de la Villette, which has already hosted the event. In 2016, 4,951 media professionals made the trip to discover what new products were on display, to absorb and take inspiration from the knowledge imparted by the 180 or so speakers, to meet up (each year the event provides a unique meeting place for all of the trade union and employers’ organisations), to contemplate the radio of tomorrow and naturally to attend exclusive presentations, to meet one another and to gain insight into the latest industry trends.
More than 80 exhibitors showcased their products and services over the three days of the 2016 event (exceptionally including one evening), at the very Haussmann-style Grande Halle de la Villette. Below its 13-metre high gables, the exhibitors (Netia, towerCast, David Systems, TDF, Maxi L’Air, RCS, Nagra, Brandy, Reelworld, Digigram, WorldDAB, TargetSpot, LAWO, … and others) spread across two circular areas and more than 4,000 m², answered questions from visitors from the four corners of France and Europe and promoted their goods and services.
 

Les exposants peuvent choisir des espaces plus ou moins grands selon leurs besoins • Exhibitors can choose smaller or bigger booth depending on their whishes
Les exposants peuvent choisir des espaces plus ou moins grands selon leurs besoins • Exhibitors can choose smaller or bigger booth depending on their whishes

Why exhibit at the European Radio Show?

 Over the course of a decade or so the Salon de la Radio (which has continued to maintain a free-entry policy), has established itself as the only annual event entirely dedicated to the radio industry. Still taking place in the most beautiful city in the world, the event was held in some very prestigious locations (Porte de Versailles, Tapis Rouge, then Centre Etoile Saint-Honoré) before taking up residence at the Grande Halle de la Villette.
Participating in the Salon de la Radio means a guarantee of meeting around 5,000 media professionals and executives from France but also from around 20 other countries. The Salon de la Radio, which takes place in what is always very much a family atmosphere, provides a unique opportunity to meet prospective clients, to make new contacts and for enhanced networking. The original design and layout of the stands gives each exhibitor great visibility for promoting their products and services while dealing with a continuous uninterrupted flow of registered visitors.

Unique visibility

Each year many exhibitors seize the opportunity offered by the Salon de la Radio to present workshops on popular topics linked to their products and services. On their stands and in the aisles of the show some stage original presentations to attract visitors’ attention. One of them is awarded the ON’R Prize for best product of the year, and another, the ON’R Prize for best service of the year, in recognition of their efforts.
From year to year, the participant rate of satisfaction is over 95%. It should be noted that Editions HF, the organisers of the Salon de la Radio, rely to a large extent on the Radio Crew, a team of around 30 people dedicated to ensuring that the event runs smoothly. The team is managed by a technical director whose sole purpose is to ensure that your experience is a success!
In 2017, Editions HF hope to draw around 100 exhibitors.




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