Founder / totallyradio, Co-founder & Chairman / Juice Brighton
Daniel Nathan has more than 30 years’ radio industry experience starting with pirate radio in the early 1980s which led him to co-found the UK's first 'alternative' format station licenced in the UK. 'Festival Radio' spin-off Festival Productions made award-winning syndicated new music radio, ad campaigns, drama and documentaries for the BBC and UK commercial radio. Daniel was co-founder of Kiss 102 - Manchester and Kiss 105 - Yorkshire. He is Chairman of Brighton’s Juice 107.2 in Brighton, which he launched in 1998. In 2000, he created totallyradio.com, the UK's original internet station playing music beyond the mainstream. Daniel was a key contributor to the launch of UK Radioplayer in 2011 and served on their Technical Steering Group. He was Project Lead for three R&D projects funded by the Government's Technology Strategy Board from 2012 and co-authored a National Radio Archive feasibility study for the British Library in 2014. In July 2015 Daniel launched the UK's first open source broadcast digital radio multiplex in Brighton. Daniel has also lectured in radio and radio production at London's Goldsmiths', Birkbeck Colleges and The University of Sussex.