Radio endures as the top source of entertainment in the vehicle with 90% of car buyers expecting broadcast radio as standard in-car equipment. At the WorldDAB Automotive 2023 speakers will discuss the latest developments and initiatives from both broadcasters and auto manufacturers, aimed at keeping radio prominent and looking good in the connected car.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED
Sibyle Veil, Chief Executive Officer – Radio France
Sibyle Veil has a clear message to auto manufacturers and their suppliers: “Give radio stations an easy direct one-touch access on car software on screen. Our goal is to offer the best possible quality to match the quality of your cars. The way to achieve this is to give one touch access to the best providers of audio content especially radio stations. Join Radio France and myself in this endeavour.”
Jean-Francois Labal, Digital Partnership Head – Renault
Hear more about the Renault’s recently announced hybrid radio partnership with Radioplayer: “Following on from the application already offered to Renault brand customers on the new OpenR Link interface, Renault is enthusiastic about the idea of deepening the partnership with Radioplayer to include broadcast hybrid radio. This new step is in line with offering an experience based on the discovery and personalisation of content, an experience integrated into the My Renault ecosystem.”