Community Radio News
A radio station aimed at drivers across Greater manchester is on-air this week.
Chorley FM has submitted another request to Ofcom for a change to its key commitments.
Ofcom's region by region procedure to invite applications for community radio stations is being challenged by an MP.
Milton Keynes' new radio station MKFM launches next week along with a new logo and a new frequency.
Community radio station Zetland FM is launching Bank Holiday Monday at midday.
Black Country Community Radio and 102.5 The Bridge are merging to create Black Country Radio.
Community station New Style Radio 98.7 FM has been found in breach of its licence after discussing the elections whilst polling stations were open.
Stafford FM's Stu Haycock took himself and the station's camper van out on the roads during his show to get closer to his listeners.
Ofcom has started a consultation looking at how community radio services' 'Key Commitments' could be simplified.
Ofcom has announced the award of four new community radio licences in Norfolk and Essex.
Cambridge 105 will be backstage at the 51st Cambridge Folk Festival with live broadcasts across the event this weekend.
Community radio station Penistone FM has been found in breach of its Key Commitments for not broadcasting enough speech.
Cambridge 105 is celebrating five years of broadcasting with a documentary about the station since it was created.
This year's Community Media Conference is taking place at the University of Bedfordshire, Luton, on Saturday 12th September 2015.
Ofcom is inviting applications for community radio services to operate on FM and AM throughout the South East, but there are limits.
Ofcom is rethinking the Key Commitments model as thirty-eight community radio stations are found in breach for the non delivery or under-delivery of Key Commitments.
Ofcom has awarded five new community radio licences today, including two in Peterborough and two in Norfolk.
Dave Woods will be taking on the challenge on Saturday 25th July at a local Tesco Extra store, on a bike donated by a local gym.
Community radio station Pulse 98.4 is back live on air from today after a three-week shutdown to move studios.
The station failed to obtain Welsh government grant funding and there was uncertainty about a permanent home for it.