The Radio Academy is once again on the lookout for 30 exceptional people in the radio industry who are under 30 years old.
Real and Smooth Radio are flying the flag for commercial radio at this year’s New York Radio Festivals, taking home 13 awards including three Golds.
London-based TBI Media has been awarded the highest honour of a Grand Trophy at the New York Festivals, plus an additional eight awards.
Smooth Radio is to air a one hour documentary about the Rolling Stones, presented by the station’s former morning show host Mark Goodier.
BBC Surrey has signed up the Jewish Chaplain to the University of Surrey to host Sunday Breakfast from studios on the University campus.
Radio consultant Francis Currie is launching a new show prep service for radio presenters and producers in the UK, called Show Prep.
BBC Wales’ Colin Paterson is heading back to Scotland to become part of the senior team at BBC Radio Scotland.
Long-serving popular BBC radio announcer and newsreader Rory Morrison has died at the age of 48 after a long battle with Cancer.
The Government is hailing a recent digital radio test as a success, saying listeners who are in a good coverage area love digital radio.
Volvo will have digital radio as standard in new models from the end of June, the Swedish company announced today.
Ofcom has awarded five community radio licences for services in Northern Ireland, including one serving Belfast city.
Cambridge 105 and the localstation is providing live coverage The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s upcoming visit.
Community radio station MKFM has hired former Chiltern/Heart 97.6, BBC Three Counties and Mix 96 presenter Gaz Wesley for breakfast.
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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Children’s radio stationis partnering with the children’s festival Lollibop, and broadcasting live from the entire event.
A number of radio people and broadcasters have been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2013, including ex-SRH boss Richard Findlay.
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