John Thompson CBE, known as the father of independent radio, has died at the age of 88.
BBC Radio Manchester and BBC Radio 5 live are back on-air after Quay House in MediaCityUK was evacuated.
Alfie Joey and Anna Foster are the new permanent breakfast show presenters at BBC Radio Newcastle.
Minster FM is on a mission to collect old pound coins on Local Radio Day.
Twenty-three years after leaving BBC Radio 1, Oooooh Gary Davies is back on-air at the BBC next month.
Community radio station Destiny 105 is planning to change its name to The Fox after three years of broadcasting as Destiny.
Radio Festival has been postponed due to the events which took place last night in Manchester.
Entries are now open for the Community Radio Awards 2017.
Scott Hughes, Radio City drive-time presenter, Pauline McAdam from BBC Radio Merseyside and Chris Rick from Radio City will join the panel.
The small-scale DAB trial in Manchester operated by Niocast is to carry at least 28 radio stations by the end of the month, and it still won't be full.
A feature on BBC Radio Leeds during Sunday Breakfast has been met with disbelief after a clip of the show appeared on Radiofail.
Global's Founder and Executive President Ashley Tabor is making headlines himself.
Trevor Dann hears from Hugh Evans (Moose), formerly of the ill-fated TeamRock, about his new crowd-funded project for rock fans Primordial Radio.
Former talkRADIO favourite Tommy Boyd is making a return to the station for a one-off show.
Ofcom has awarded five new medium wave community radio licences, including one for Radio Caroline to cover Suffolk and North Essex.
LycaRadio has announced the acquisition of Chilli Tickets, a marketplace for tickets to South Asian events.
The UK has received 62 nominations in the International New York Radio Awards 2017.
Made in Manchester has launched a digital diversity campaign aimed at introducing new voices to UK media.
Around the UK's local radio stations, we take a trip around the regions to see who's winning and who isn't.
Capital has re-gained the top spot in London based on reach in the first three months of 2017, increasing the size of its audience by almost 30% quarter-on-quarter.