Ofcom has upheld a complaint made about presenter Tony Horne by Mark Thorburn, which claimed he was unjustly or unfairly treated.
The first three months trading of 2013 forMedia shows company revenues are down across radio and television divisions.
We’ve compiled a 10 minute montage of some of the highlights of the mammoth RadioToday live radio show with Bionics from the Sonys 2013.
Nick Ferrari will host a live debate with the Mayor of London next month in front of an audience of more than a thousand Londoners.
BBC Radio 2 listeners have voted Buck Fizz’s ‘Making Your Mind Up’ as their all-time favourite UK Eurovision song.
A team of employees from Real and Smooth Radio across the UK are walking up five mountains today to raise money for charity.
Celador Radio Broadcasting has hired former Real Radio Northwest breakfast producer Rhidian Jones covering all five breakfast programmes on The Breeze network.
Kerrang! Radio’s Rockdog, which presents a weekly show on the Birmingham-based rock station – is to be temporarily replaced by a horse.
BBC Radio 2 morning presenter Ken Bruce has signed a new three-year contract with the station, keeping him there till he’s 65.
Amazing Radio will be back on DAB in the London area exactly a year after transmissions on the national Digital One multiplex ended.
Two of’s sister stations have been removed from a number of DAB digital radio multiplexes across England and Wales.
Ofcom has granted permission for Digital One Ltd to extend its national radio multiplex, currently serving England, Scotland and Wales, to Northern Ireland.
Community radio station MKFM has hired former Chiltern/Heart 97.6, BBC Three Counties and Mix 96 presenter Gaz Wesley for breakfast.
A community radio station in Barrhead has been awarded awarded £500 by the BT People Awards scheme to help with running costs.
Orion Media has transferred its Hertford Place Mercia FM studios into the hands of Coventry-based community radio station Radio Plus.
The headlines from the latest audience figures include a record reach for Radio 2 and a significant drop from Radio 1.
Twenty-six million people, half the population of the UK are now tuning in to digital radio each week, the latest figures show.
Chris Evans and BBC Radio 2 have both recorded their highest ever audience figures, with the station now reaching over 15 million listeners.
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