Community Radio News
Community radio station Radio Teesdale is closing after 13 years of serving Barnard Castle in County Durham.
Transmission company Arqiva has issued a petition to wind up Pulse Media Broadcasting Limited.
New community radio stations are set to launch in Herne Bay, Gravesham, the Isle of Sheppey and Brighton.
Angel Radio is now broadcasting in Norwich, Cambridge and Birmingham as part of the small scale DAB trials taking place around the country.
Former TFM and Magic radio presenter Nick Wright is joining community station Zetland FM to present the weekday Breakfast Show.
Ofcom has awarded six more community radio licences in Hampshire.
Ofcom wants applications by October 25th from community groups wanting to operate a radio station within the M25.
Black Country Radio is hosting a live on-air event based around the EU referendum.
Community Radio Station Radio Plus 101.5FM in Coventry has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Five more community radio stations have been granted licences, including Kennet Radio in Newbury and Andover Radio.
Ipswich Community Radio is in significant breach of its licence after failing to record its output.
Community station Salford City Radio has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
A radio programme highlighting and reporting on the community radio sector is launching next week.
Cross Rhythms Teesside in Stockton-on-Tees is under Ofcom notice to improve the number of content it makes locally.
Nine year old radio presenter of Children's Hour plays a song with 53 swear words in whilst adult supervisor takes a prayer break.
The first ever CommunityRadioAwards.co.uk will be held in Birmingham following the Community Media Association’s conference in September.
Angel Radio is being added to 18 DAB multiplexes for a fortnight to celebrate the life and work of Bing Crosby.
Ahead of the Scottish Parliament elections on Thursday 5th May, Barrhead community radio station Pulse 98.4 is hosting a live debate.
Five community radio stations in the South East have been each awarded a new five year licence today, whilst one has been rejected.
Radio Harrow has named a studio in memory of one of its original founders, Keith Chilvers.