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The listening figures for the final three months of The Chris Moyles Show show a drop of just 20,000 people quarter on quarter.
is to broadcast live Barclays Premier League commentary on its London 105.8 FM license for the first time.
Murray Norton is returning to BBC Radio Jersey after six years off-air, as part of a new weekday programme schedule for the Autumn.
Community radio station Phonic FM has been rapped by Ofcom after broadcasting a song containing a four-letter word.
West London community radio station OnFM has been off-air since 7th September, placing it in “serious and ongoing” breach of its licensing conditions, Ofcom has said.
Following Mark Goodier’s decision to leave Smooth Radio at the end of the year, Lynn Parsons has been given mornings.
Organisers of the European Podcast Awards are looking for nominations for this year’s competition, with a closing date in January 2013.
Media has breached Ofcom rules by not mentioning a premium-rate text competition was running across five AM stations across Scotland.
is supporting the moustache growing, mens health movement Movember with presenters across the station growing moustaches.
The University of Salford Students’ Union radio station, Shock Radio, is being relaunched on tonight from new studios in Salford & MediaCityUK.
Real Radio in the North West has revealed the identity of the person hired to play the “Real Radio Renegade” for the last three years.
talkSPORT and the radio app & website TuneIn are to bring live Barclays Premier League games to fans outside Europe for free.
BBC Radio Berkshire has been named as the “Station of the Year” at this year’s BBC Local Radio Frank Gillard Awards.
Boy bands One Direction & JLS, plus last year’s X Factor winners Little Mix are to host special shows for Capital FM’s latest Help a Capital Child appeal.
Media’s Radio Borders, plus the entire Tindle Group of stations have taken delivery of a new jingle package from Reelworld.
BBC Radio 2 Folk Show host Mike Harding has been told he’ll be hosting his last show on the station on Boxing Day.
A record number of radio services and companies are supporting this year’s Radio Festival, taking place next to MediaCityUK in Salford Quays.
Over 100 listeners turned up at a Wickes store in London on Monday after Christian O’Connell announced free DAB radio sets were available.
The number of radio sets sold plummeted 18% in the 12 months to Q2 2012, a new study published by Ofcom shows.
Lancashire station The Bee has switched on another transmitter on 96.3FM to better cover Chorley, South Ribble and the surrounding areas.
Presenter Dan Morfitt and a handful of listeners & staff are raising money for the station’s charity Cash for Kids today in Leeds.
Bob Wootton, Director of Media at ISBA has welcomed the news that’s takeover of has been referred to the CC.
A new piece of research has foundis among the most creative and strategically successful media brands in the UK market.
Ronnie Herel has joined internet station Mi-Soul for a weekly show each Monday night following his departure from BBC 1Xtra.
A Brighton & Hove bus has been named after Sussex radio legend Chris Copsey who died unexpectedly last year at the age of 52.
Taylor’s Port is the new headline sponsor of Dinner Jazz, in a new 26 week agreement done directly between the station and the client.
BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine will be delivering the Masterclass at this year’s Radio Festival, with tickets on sale from today.
Real Radio Yorkshire morning presenter Daryl Denham is going back to his roots to help astation in Essex.