Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper is to address commercial radio leaders at the RadioCentre's annual conference.
Twitter UK sales director Bruce Daisley will also be among the speakers at the half-day event, which will look at radio's future and its place in the digital economy and take place on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 3 at London's Westminster Bridge Park Plaza Hotel immediately ahead of the Arqiva Awards.
The conference will also include a discussion on digital radio chaired by the BBC's outgoing media correspondent Torin Douglas and featuring Digital Radio UK chief executive Ford Ennals, while the whole event will be overseen by Classic FM and Heart presenter Margherita Taylor.
RadioCentre chief executive Andrew Harrison will use the conference to look forward to the industry's forthcoming priorities, while the conference members of the trade body's team will highlight key work undertaken during the course of the year.
Harrison said: “Again, we anticipate a truly engaging Members’ Conference and plan to deliver a compelling half day’s programme.This year’s conference will look particularly at how radio can lead, by building and embracing its digital future."