DRM Digital Radio General Assembly – Zoom Registration Open

The DRM General Assembly 2024, together with a newly announced DRM Masterclass, will be held in the Middle East, in Dubai, UAE, on May 19-20. This will be now an in-person and virtual meeting: https://s.drm.org/register-zoom-drm-ga-dubai-2024.

The DRM General Assembly will start at Hotel Radisson Blu conference hall at 1400-1700 on the 19th. The next day, May 20th (0930-1600) will be fully dedicated to the General Assembly. Several VIPs who have confirmed their participation and will make keynote speeches which should excite and open new horizons for digital radio. One of these is Stefano Fallaha, the CEO & Founder of Podeo, the largest and fastest growing audio-tech company in the Middle East & North Africa.

The DRM General Assembly includes updates on activities in key markets like India, Indonesia, China, South Africa, other countries in Africa, Asia and Europe. The receiver session is also much anticipated for exciting new updates and announcements.

The DRM General Assembly will be an opportunity for the Consortium to provide a general update on all the DRM activities marking a very successful year and to involve all participants in strategic discussion sessions. During the varied and interactive sessions and break times the guests will have a chance to network and meet delegates from key regions for DRM.

The General Assembly will be prefaced by a simple and attractive masterclass. On May 19th 1100-1300, local time participants from all over the world can attend a free “DRM Masterclass” on the DRM standard. It will be a clear and simple presentation of the standard with plenty of time set aside for questions and brief demonstrations. The “DRM – the What, Why and How” is open to registered guests and will be held at Radisson Blu Hotel. One single personalised zoom link will unlock the door to the Masterclass and the General Assembly on May 19-20. (Get yours at: https://s.drm.org/register-zoom-drm-ga-dubai-2024 now!)


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