Classic FM and Heart presenter Margherita Taylor will once again chair the annual half day RadioCentre Members’ Conference on July 3rd.
BBC Radio 2 breakfast show presenter Chris Evans has committed to hosting the Sony Radio Academy Awards for the next two years.
The Competition Commission has released the results of its six-month investigation into the takeover ofby .
Almost a year afterbought the Guardian’s radio assets, Real and Smooth Ltd has seen a number of on-air and off-air changes.
Ofcom has upheld a complaint made about presenter Tony Horne by Mark Thorburn, which claimed he was unjustly or unfairly treated.
The first three months trading of 2013 forMedia shows company revenues are down across radio and television divisions.
We’ve compiled a 10 minute montage of some of the highlights of the mammoth RadioToday live radio show with Bionics from the Sonys 2013.
Whilst the 2012 Sonys saw commercial radio claw back a larger number of awards, this year the BBC hits back with 70%.
The full list of winners at the 2013 Sony Radio Academy Awards is below, including the new Golden Headphones Award.
breakfast presenter Christian O’Connell has won another two Sonys Radio Golds this year taking his total to 10.
One of the biggest nights of the UK radio calendar takes place this evening as the Sony Radio Academy Awards are announced.
Newspaper journalist Eve Pollard is one of the speakers announced to appear at the first ever Sound Women Festival this Saturday.
Hold Separate company Real and Smooth Radio takes the UK lead at the New York Festivals with 13 nominations around the group.
Audio from Paula White presenting her last show on BBC Radio Stoke after “a couple of drinks” has been circulating online after it appeared on Radiofail.
Presenters Denise Van Outen and Neil Fox from Magic have announced all the nominees for the Aqriva Commercial Radio Awards 2013.
Kiss along with Northsound 1 & 2 took home the Station of the Year prize at the annualRadio Awards hosted by MD Dee Ford.
The BBC Radio Journalism Apprenticeship Scheme has opened up for applicants hoping for a career in speech radio at the corporation.
has removed the stereo hi-quality version of Kiss from 25 more local multiplexes, leaving a single national mono version in its place.
Robert D’Ovidio has been appointed Managing Editor of Capital FM London whilst Mike Parker takes on the new role of Deputy Managing Editor.
Broadcaster Mark Page has committed himself to bring a local radio station back to Teesside after TFM left town to share programmes with Metro.
Real and Smooth Radio Group Programme Director John Simons is leaving the group after 13 years in charge of programming.
Presenters and Journalists from Real and Smooth Radio will attend a special Bootcamp at The Celtic Manor in south Wales next week.
Hallam FM’s Owen Ryan has been appointed as Group Programme Director forRadio’s North of England and Scotland stations.
Celador Radio Broadcasting has retained the local radio licence for Warminster, after a rival bid fromwas submitted.
The Kiss brand is expanding with the imminent launch of new radio stations Kisstory and KissFresh, whilst Q Radio is closed down.
The team behind British Public Radio are launching the inaugural British Public Radio
Awards today, staged in association with AudioBoo.
A new Sound Women Festival has been organised in association with the BBC Academy and RadioCentre, taking place at Broadcasting House in London.
A number ofMedia radio stations are to promote the launch of TLC, the new television channel on Sky and Cable.
Controller of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra Ben Cooper has been appointed as Chairman of the Radio Academy, taking over from Ashley Tabor.
Wise Buddah Studios has appointed a new dubbing mixer and is upgrading a second sound suite to 5.1 after gaining extra work.