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Mobile TV World Forum and Digital Radio Show Announce Collaboration

Junction, the leading digital media events specialist, has announced that two of its most successful events, the Mobile TV World Forum and Digital Radio Show, are joining forces on June 11-12 at Olympia, London. (, The show will host a free exhibition and is expecting over 1000 attendees.

Early confirmed speakers include: Gian Paolo Balboni, Senior Programme Manager TV and Multimedia for Telecom Italia; Ed Candy, Chief Technical Officer for Hutchison Whampoa Europe; Christoph Urban, Head of Mobile/Business Development for MTV Networks Europe; Nicholas Wheeler, Managing Director of ITN On; Melissa Goodwin, Head of Mobile for ITV; Henrik Rinnert, Managing Director of MFD Mobiles Fernsehen Deutschland GmbH; Peter Davies, Director of Radio and Multimedia for Ofcom; James Cridland, Digital Media Director for Virgin Radio; and Quentin Howard, President of WorldBAB.

Ian Johnson, Managing Director of Junction, Ltd, commented, “Visual Radio looks like a killer application, especially for those targeting youth markets. This, along with mobile TV, is an example of the power of mobile phones as radio and television devices. The Digital Radio Show and Mobile TV World Forum have combined in order to provide a detailed overview and address the potential power of these two markets.”

Digital Radio Show — 11th-12th June 2007
Mobile TV World Forum — 11th-12th June 2007

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