BBC's Tim Davie says radio must offer more visual screen-based content
The BBC‘s Tim Davie has seen the future of radio – and it is screen-based.
Davie, the BBC’s head of audio and music, said it was a “real priority” that the industry established itself on smartphones, tablets and other portable devices and offered creative visual content to attract younger listeners.
“With some regret we are moving to a screen world,” Davie told Absolute Radio‘s Redefining Radio event in Westminster on Thursday. “Radio needs to accept that and get on with it and enjoy it.”