The Radio Academy is back, and brought us a three day festival enjoyed by hundreds of delegates this week.
Bauer City Network has made a slight change to its '2' and '3' network stations in Newcastle.
Bauer Media is heading to the London Palladium to put on its first "Magic of Christmas" night.
Steve Parkinson, Alison Winter, Jimmy Buckland and John Dash have been honoured with Radio Academy Fellowships.
BBC Radio 3 has established two new Guinness World Records with the world premiere live broadcast of Max Richter’s SLEEP live from Wellcome Collection.
The British Library wants to work with the radio industry to explore how to preserve a representative sample of the UK’s vast radio output.
A fun video explaining digital radio has been produced and played at the Radio Festival in London.
Beats1 DJ and station director Zane Lowe has told the 2015 Radio Festival that the BBC's cultural importance in the UK is unrivalled.
Jamie Cullum is making a special appearance at today’s Radio Festival Showcase at The British Library.
Talking to RadioToday Chris Evans has dismissed claims his upcoming television commitments will mean he doesn't have time to focus on his Radio 2 breakfast show.
Phil Riley has been appointed non-executive Chairman of Koala TV, the Midlands and London based television and digital production company.
The BBC has teamed up with Jazz FM and the EFG London Jazz Festival to launch a pop-up radio station covering the London Jazz Festival.
Singer Alesha Dixon popped into Radio Aire to help launch the brand new Breakfast Show with Stu and Kelly today.
7digital has sold all its remaining interest in Audioboom, raising net cash proceeds of £1.9m.
A radio station aimed at drivers across Greater manchester is on-air this week.
There's a new logo, strap and musical proposition for Free Radio in the West Midlands.
Forty-five years after it launched as BBC Radio London, the station is going back to its roots.
JACK fm and JACK 2 have appeared in text on DAB in the Portsmouth area on the small-scale trial multiplex.
Jamie Crick is taking over the breakfast show each weekday on Jazz FM, replacing Lynn Parsons.
BBC Radio 5 live’s Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review is to broadcast live from the Empire in Leicester Square.