Community Radio News
It's 10 years since community radio first started broadcasting in the UK, and we now have over 230 stations on-air.
Academy FM in Thanet will cease broadcasting on December 18th 2015 after seven years on-air.
A request to change Chorley FM's Key Commitments has been agreed by Ofcom after a consultation.
Ofcom has received 27 applications from community radio groups wanting to operate a station in the South / South East, outside the M25.
Castledown Radio is celebrating its ninth birthday next weekend with a 24 hour broadcast by one of its youth presenters.
After four years as a member of the CMA's governing Council and two years as its elected Chair, Dom Chambers has decided to leave to organisation.
The Community Radio Fund 2015-16 second round is now open for grant applications.
Community radio station Voice of Africa Radio has been put on notice by Ofcom for being off-air since July.
Former BBC Radio presenter Howard James is joining Bay FM 106.4.
Online station Vale Radio has joined MuxCo's DAB Digital Radio multiplex in North Yorkshire.
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.