Radio Active: Wednesday May 20th – Thursday May 21st, 2020
Radio Active 2020 – The Audio Explosion
Canadian Music Week’s annual audio expo is greeting the 2020s with a boom.
The revamped and rebooted Music Summit will see a full two days dedicated to everything that reaches your ears via streaming, podcasting and broadcasting.
It’s a technological, sociological and business-oriented deep dive, featuring workshops, sessions and more celebrity and international speakers than ever before.
Global experts from the worlds of programming, branding, revenue, over-the-air, digital, social media, tech and regulatory will all attend. You should too! Register now to ensure your business has a seat on the success shuttle.
CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK
Keynotes from renowned thought leaders Radio meets Records: Mini Music Meetings Bridge-building networking opportunities Breakout sessions covering social media, interactive marketing, advertising and research, talent, management, programming, the digital landscape, legal and regulatory issues and technology Special events, including Music & Broadcast Industry Awards Gala Dinner.
Meet the list of the industry’s most important players who have spoken to our delegates far exceeds the list of those who have not simply because of the opportunities we offer for knowledge to be shared and for business to be done in the friendliest, most positive atmosphere of any other conference anywhere..
2020 Featured Speakers
Longtime CHFI Toronto host Erin Davis will be a 2020 inductee of the Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. Canadian Music Week (CMW) has officially announced that radio host Erin Davis will be a 2020 inductee of the Canadian Music & Broadcast...
In addition to handing out nearly one hundred awards (most of which going to Billie Eilish), the 2020 Grammys featured a bevy of high-profile performances. There were all-star collaborations (Lil Nas X with BTS and Nas!, Aerosmith with Run-DMC), emotional...
Canadian indie label Royal Mountain Records, whose roster includes Alvvays, PUP, Mac DeMarco, Metz and US Girls, stepped up last year to give the musicians on its roster money to put towards mental health care and will do the same this year. On stage for the Mental...