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Participants of Radio Week spanned the globe and represented a variety of sectors within the industry. From podcasters to manufacturers to station executives, managers and engineers to global member organizations, the diverse group met virtually to speak passionately about their work and their plans for the future.
Organizers streamed live sessions each day, conducted in French in the mornings and English in the afternoons. Each day’s discussions centered on a certain topic: strategy on Monday; technology, innovation and virtualization on Tuesday; monetization on Wednesday; voice, music and sound on Thursday; and podcasting on Friday.
RedTech Tribe gave out 12 awards over the course of the week.
Six RedTech Top Product awards recognized some of the most innovative and impactful technologies available today for the industry.
Winners of this award are:
- DAC System RF Hawkeye
- Ferncast aixtream
- NeuroMedia MetriCrowd
- On-Hertz Nubo
- RCS Zetta Cloud
- Worldcast APTmpX
Five products won RedTech Tribe Choice Awards. Each Choice Award recognizes excellence in a category represented by one of the letters in “TRIBE.”
Winners of the RedTech Tribe Choice Awards are:
- Trustworthy — Genelec GLM 4
- Reliable — AETA Audio Systems ScoopTeam
- Innovative — NeoGroupe NeoScreener Unified Call Screening Suite
- Borderless — Tieline Gateway
- Ergonomic — The Telos Alliance Axia Quasar
Graham Dixon received the Top Radio Ambassador award. Dixon recently retired after serving five years as Head of Radio for the European Broadcasting Union. He moderated Radio Week’s panel discussion on the role of radio, voice and music during the global health crisis.
Replays of the sessions are available on RedTech Tribe’s YouTube channel.