#91: Talent Trouble, Cambridge Analytica & RadioDays Europe

Media insight and analysis with host Olly Mann and guests LIs Howell and Alex Hudson. The panel hear from some of the guests at the RadioDays Europe conference in Vienna, and consider how the Cambridge Analytica story could change the way Facebook is regulated. Also on the programme: can ITV’s Saturday Night Takeaway survive without Ant, who killed the NME, and why are the BBC having more presenter trouble. 


Broadcast consultant and Media Podcast regular Paul Robinson interviews Elvis Duran, longtime host of New York’s number one Breakfast show on Z100 about making radio friendlier, Daniela LInzer of Austria’s national station KRONHEIT on making the move to management, and Midge Ure on getting his songs on the radio. Plus, Bob Shennan, Director of BBC Radio and Music, on the BBC's digital strategy and why it’s not yet time to turn off FM.


Finally, the Media Quiz brings you all the best stuff from the conference in the Good Ideas Game.


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