Glasgow’s digital radio scene will be celebrated at a special radio event - Doing the DAB - from Digital Radio UK in partnership with RadioToday.
Radio Exe has written to Ed Sheeran saying it has a cheque for £30 to give him.
The official start of switching off most radio services from FM has begun in Norway.
The new word on the street in Norway is #FMexit, to represent the digital switchover happening on Wednesday morning
You can't beat a good old-fashioned expletive during the 8am news on the radio.
BBC Radio 1's service licence has been changed today, allowing the station to drop the Newsbeat branded website content and apps.
Listen: Ed was asked about how he plays his new material to his friends, to which he replied he usually does it when he's pi**ed.
BBC Radio Devon's breakfast show presenter Simon Bates has left the station after two years.
Gordon, currently hosting Smart on Sunday, will take over the 7pm till 10pm Monday to Friday show as well from 9th January.
Matt will take over the 2pm till 7pm show from Paris Munro, started Monday 9th January.
He'll be on-air Monday to Thursday from 7pm for one hour with The Nigel Farage Show.
Radio Aire's Content Controller Simon Nicks is joining BFBS as a Content Manager.
The countdown is on to the official start of digital radio switchover in Norway, beginning on January 11th at 11:11.11am.
The station's 40th birthday is today, January 3rd, but celebrations will continue throughout the year.
Former Free Radio Birmingham breakfast co-host Gemma Hill has replaced Rachel New on Heart Breakfast in the West Midlands.
Across one week, taking in Essex, Leeds, Oxford, Birmingham and Brighton, he’ll be finding out what makes some of the smallest music venues in the country some of the most important.
A number of radio broadcasters have been honoured in the latest New Year's Honours, including Jonathan Agnew.
It's not April 1st, but RadioToday can reveal Steve Penk Media is working on making a radio station for a number of A-list footballers.
Facebook is entering the live audio space early next year and is working with the BBC and Global to launch the service.
Tennessee native and London-based radio presenter Baylen Leonard is joining Chris Country.