The Argo mixing system is available in two sizes and can be accessed remotely over the public internet
Radiodays Asia has announced its first in-person event for three years, with a two-day conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 6–7 September. The 2022 event will be both in-person in Kuala Lumpur and online for those unable to travel.
The conference runs over two days and will run two session tracks. It will feature interactive sessions to facilitate networking and sharing of ideas, an exhibition area, four educational training workshops and an evening networking event.
The organizers say Radiodays Aisa will feature speakers, experts and professionals from Asia, Australia and across the world. Topics will range from radio and podcast strategy, new digital developments, formats and content development, fact checking and investigative journalism, podcast storytelling and business, social media, audio advertising, sales and the latest research about consumer behaviour.
The first Radiodays Asia was held in KL in 2019 and attracted participants from 30 countries, while the second in 2021 was virtual only and saw attendees from 40 countries.
Registration for the 2022 hybrid event opens on 27 April at radiodaysasia.com