Radiocentre has welcomed new proposals from Ofcom to give radio stations greater flexibility in how they produce their output.
New proposals see bigger "Approved Areas" and more commitment to local news and information for commercial radio.
Dublin-based Communicorp Media has sold all of its seven radio stations in Bulgaria, according to local reports.
Lauren Laverne will broadcast her BBC Radio 6 Music show live from Sage Gateshead next weekend as part of the Great Exhibition of the North.
Two of the five top 'Grand Awards' of the New York International Radio Festivals have gone to the UK this year, thanks to the BBC and TBI Media.
James Purnell, Director of Radio & Education, has delivered his keynote speech to the EBU's Truth and Power Conference, with revelations on the future of radio.
NME is back in the radio game by launching two new radio services titled NME 1 and NME 2.
The BBC is not admitting defeat or ceasing to care about radio audience share, despite a newspaper report to the contrary.
Switzerland is the latest country to launch its own version of the Radioplayer platform, including web player and apps for iOS and Android.
Female employees occupy 37% of senior management roles across the industry. The BBC has the highest proportion of senior women (40%), followed by Bauer (39%) and Global (34%).
The first nine inductees into the Digital Radio Hall of Fame have been announced.
Town 102's radio broadcasting licence will be handed over to a new group and relaunch as Ipswich FM after a decision by Ofcom.
Somethin' Else has launched a new division called Sound Directions to deal with the creation of podcasts.
Absolute Radio is pairing afternoon show presenter Andy Bush with former breakfast co-host Richie Firth - to replace Dave Berry on the station's Hometime show.
Audioboom has secured more new funding of £4.5m from a mixture of current and new investors.
Stars of the radio industry including Noel Edmonds, Elvis Duran, Tony Blackburn and Ashley Tabor have contributed to a 40th birthday video for RadioToday founder and editor Roy Martin.
The former boss of BBC Radio, Tim Davie, is among those recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
The BBC has announced plans for new music studios in east London, which means the famous Maida Vale studios - home to many live radio performances - will close.
London digital station Thames Radio is to be rebranded as Nation Radio, ahead of the launch of the brand in Scotland.
Key Radio has arrived on 1152 in Manchester, following Key 103's change to Hits Radio.
As Key 103 becomes Hits Radio, other stations in the Manchester market are using the opportunity to entice new listeners to try them out.
Bauer's new national station, Hits Radio, has launched - replacing the Key 103 brand after almost 30 years.
Entries are now open for the third UK Community Radio Awards which will takes place in September.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Commercial Radio has elected three new Co-Chairs from the three main UK political parties, confirming cross-party support for radio.
Independent radio production company The Rubber Chicken is making a new daily podcast for ITV during this year's series of Love Island.
Hits Radio, the new near-national service from Bauer Media in Manchester, has launched in London with test transmissions.
Ofcom is starting a consultation on a request from Original 106 to change its Format to appeal to more people in North East Scotland.
Absolute Radio 70s is coming off DAB in London and being removed from its slot on Sky TV too.
KISS presenters Melvin and Pandora will jointly host this year’s Audio and Radio Industry Awards in Leeds.
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Matt Hancock, has endorsed “Local Radio Day” and commended the initiative; which is now in its third year.
Wireless Group has launched a new in-house digital audio production unit titled Wireless Studios.
A new awards event has been launched to help celebrate radio and audio created by 8 to 18-year-olds.
Arqiva has announced the Sound Digital Limited national DAB multiplex is to expand to an extra four million people.
Audioboom has withdrawn its proposed takeover of Triton Digital, the company has announced in a trading update.
A new music festival - BBC Music Introducing LIVE 18 - has been announced by the BBC Director of Radio Bob Shennan today at the Radio Festival.
The BBC is continuing its long relationship with INRIX by signing a new three-year contract for the supply of travel news across the UK.
BBC and commercial radio to join forces for the first time in Mental Health Minute broadcast.
The full line-up for this year’s Radio Festival is now revealed, with BBC Radio 1’s Charlie Sloth and MP, Damian Collins, added to the bill.
The final line-up for Radio Audio Week has now been announced and includes the Radio Festival, Radiocentre's Tuning In conference and the British Podcast Awards.
London AM and DAB station Love Sport has asked Ofcom for permission to change its format - and remove the requirement to specifically cover business, finance and entertainment news.
Chris Evans will present a live Saturday morning show from Windsor, while Radio 4 and 5 live team up for commentary of the wedding.
UKRD's Local Radio Day has attracted the support of all 39 BBC Local Radio stations this year.
30 second commercials will be added to BBC podcasts for listeners around the world as part of the deal with Acast.
Sunderland station Sun FM has been sold by UKRD and is now owned by Wales-based Nation Broadcasting.
Radio's importance in public debate will be covered in a session featuring Vanessa Feltz, Nigel Farage and Julia Hartley-Brewer at next month's Radio Festival in London.
YOUR Radio is not closing down as previously announced after two offers were made to save the station.
Digital Radio UK is bringing back the Drive to Digital conference for another year - on Tuesday 25 September.
Major changes are heading to Bauer's Big City Network in June, including a new national station called Hits Radio broadcasting from Manchester.
Dumbarton based YOUR Radio is to close at the end of the month after 18 years on-air unless a last-minute buyer can be found.
Dave Berry and Margot James MP announced as speakers for Radiocentre’s Tuning In 2018 conference