Figures from Radiocentre show that commercial radio took £645.8 million in ad revenue in 2016, its highest ever figure.
The new show will feature 30 minutes of music from the 70s followed by 30 minutes from the 80s.
The syndicated show, from Blue Revolution, will air every Saturday at 8pm.
The community radio station is also celebrating 10 years of full-time broadcasting.
On hearing presenters outside the studio being picked up on mic, the host muttered the words "fu*k it".
Ofcom says automated playout of continuous music, with no speech content, is not original output.
"There is nothing on the radio worth listening to apart from this show," he says.
Smooth Operations, Unique the Production Company and Above the Title will cease operating under separate names.
New custom jingles are on-air this week at Nation Radio Wales, produced by Ignite Jingles.
The first edition has VO Peter Dickson, ad man Ben Tollett and Radioplayer MD Michael Hill as special guests.
BBC Radio 2 newsreader Clare Runacres has apologised after getting her words mixed up during a bulletin.
Homes Under the Hammer presenter Martin Roberts is joining the team at BBC Wiltshire.
Pure Radio's owner will close the station within months if it can't find anyone else to run it.
Glasgow’s digital radio scene was celebrated at a special event, Doing the DAB, in the city centre on Thursday evening.
It's the 7th consecutive year Capital has partnered with the music event, sponsoring the Best British Single category.
Radio presenter Steve Hewlett has died just days after sharing his experience of being diagnosed with cancer on BBC Radio 4.
Bauer's City Network of stations are to syndicate a live show with Kiss and heat from The BRITs.
Sarah Sands says it should include humanist views but the BBC says there are no plans to change Thought For The Day.
All local commercial radio stations in the UK could easily change music format and network 24/7 if new proposals by the government are approved.
Saturday mornings on BBC Radio 2 are changing, with Tony Blackburn from 6am and Dermot O'Leary from 8am.