The event will take place on Wednesday 8th March at the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre.
Spencer Pryor from Brave Broadcasting writes for RadioToday about the upcoming digital radio event in Glasgow.
The event, on Thursday 23 February, is starting at 6pm at the 29 Private Members' Club in central Glasgow.
Representatives from three of the biggest UK commercial radio groups, along with the BBC, are taking part in the European Radio Show next weekend in Paris.
Glasgow’s digital radio scene will be celebrated at a special radio event - Doing the DAB - from Digital Radio UK in partnership with RadioToday.
Former BBC Director of Radio Helen Boaden will be speaking at the Sunderland University Media Centre on Monday 16 January in a Radio Academy event organised in association with the University.
The three-day event is on from 29th to 31st January 2017 and celebrates the media of radio with around 5,000 guests turning up each year.
The new BBC Director of Radio Bob Shennan is lined up for a session at the next Radiodays Europe event in Paris.
Radiocentre has lined up poet and author Lemn Sissay to headline its Tuning In North: See Radio Differently event on Wednesday 30 November in Manchester.
The event is taking place at 6pm on Thursday 8 December at Texture Bar in central Manchester.
A Christmas party created for anyone working in voiceover, production and digital media is returning to London later this month.
Sound Women is taking its Tech Train on a tour of the UK, during Saturday afternoons in November and December.
Stephanie Hirst is to host the first Radio Academy South Christmas Quiz in Southampton on December 1st and everyone is welcome!
Solar-powered transmission, ‘Internet-fit’ studios, Software Defined Radio and a masterclass on radio in the car are just some of the sessions delegates will be able to see at Radio TechCon 2016 next month.
LBC's breakfast presenter Nick Ferrari is to host a session at next week's Radio Days Ireland event in Dublin.
Rick Astley is joining the Kaiser Chiefs as performers at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards this year.
Details of the new look Radio TechCon event have been announced by the new organisers.
This year's Brighton Digital Festival will feature a range of speakers involved in Brighton's local radio scene.
Helen Boaden, the BBC’s Director of Radio is confirmed to speak at this year’s Radio Festival, joining the Creative Economies session debating the BBC’s Compete or Compare initiative.
The upcoming Next Radio event will feature speakers representing dotcom startups, and offer a unique look at new technology, independent production companies and audio monetisation.