A new sequence of events dubbed Radio Audio Week will take place in London this May, from the 14th to 19th.
Northsound 2 is to become the first radio station in Scotland to voluntarily turn off its analogue transmitter in favour of DAB.
Absolute Radio is commissioning a series of programmes which will be made by in-house talent from One Golden Square.
Commercial radio took more in advertising revenue in 2017 than in any previous year according to figures from Radiocentre.
Radio stations across the UK have reported some of the highest ever spikes in online listening during the recent severe weather conditions.
Bauer has appointed Veit Dengler to its executive board, with responsibility for the UK, USA, Australia and other countries.
Every Bauer radio station will have its own skill on devices using Amazon's Alexa service by the end of March.
Appearing at the first ever Global Awards in London, grime artist Stormzy gave a big up to Magic - which is owned by rival radio group Bauer Media.
Licensing of music played in public now administered by new Leicester-based joint venture, PPL PRS Ltd.
Free Radio Birmingham has introduced a new local daytime show whilst sister stations go networked from Manchester.
The former owner of The Bay and Lakeland Radio, CN Group, has been bought by Newsquest Media Group.
Radioplayer has launched a re-designed app and a new brand, with a consumer advertising campaign across radio and outdoor.
Episode 3 of the My Decade in Radio by Polly James podcast is out with special guests Kevin Hughes and Pat Sharp.
The nominations for the IRN Awards 2018 in association with Sky News have been announced.
Doctor Yvonne Thompson, CBE, has been appointed as the new chair of The Radio Academy, with John Dash appointed as deputy chair.
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Howell James CBE, the former head of government communications and Political Secretary to the Prime Minister, is joining Radiocentre as its non-executive Chair.
Communicorp UK has partnered with a live music streaming application, available on iOS and soon on Android.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into Connect FM and why it has been removed from the local DAB multiplex, against its licence renewal terms.
Absolute Radio is wanting to reduce its medium wave coverage across the UK from 90% to 85%, or shut down its entire network if not allowed to.
Vinnie Jones is joining Alan Brazil on the talkSPORT breakfast show each Monday morning live from LA.
The Airplay40 radio show will take weekly showbiz updates from Radio News Hub thanks to a new partnership.
Media Sound Holdings, owner of More Radio and Isle of Wight Radio, has bought Magnet Magazine in Sussex.
Siobhan Kenny, CEO of Radiocentre, is leading an Advertising Association strategy to drive the uptake of advertising services by SMEs in the regions and nations of the UK.
Digital Radio UK has confirmed the speakers and location for the upcoming free Edinburgh digital radio event entitled ‘This is Radio’.
Radioplayer's Alexa skill has been updated to include podcasts and catch-up programmes, making it even easier to listen to podcasts via the Amazon devices.
Five new members have been elected to sit on the board of trustees of The Radio Academy after a vote by members.
Three radio presenters have agreed to have reductions to their salary reduced at the BBC after Carrie Gracie's protest at unequal pay.
A Manchester-based radio company has received a £300k loan from NPIF – FW Capital Debt Finance.
Get Carter Productions and Radio Lollipop are both to become patron members of The Radio Academy.
Ofcom has published a short consultation proposing to update the definition used to assess how much ‘new music’ is played on BBC Radio 1 and 2.
Ken MacQuarrie is to take charge of the English Regions, moving the BBC Local Radio division out of BBC News.
A long list of famous radio presenters who previously worked on Radio Luxembourg, including Mike Read, Rosko and DLT, have joined a different online station to one they were due to be part of.
Applications have been submitted to Ofcom today for the re-advertised Ipswich FM radio licence.
Bristol Sound has applied for the re-advertised Bristol licence, saying the current station fails to cater for local tastes and interests.
UK based news provider Radio News Hub is to provide a new bulletin for subscribing stations in Spain.
MP Margot James has replaced Matt Hancock as Minister of State at the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
The Cabinet Reshuffle sees Matt Hancock MP become Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, replacing Karen Bradley MP who becomes Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
Heart will be broadcast from Lancaster on The Bay's frequencies and Smooth will be broadcast from Kendal on Lakeland Radio's frequencies.
Station Editors are facing a change to their titles at the BBC's local radio stations.
A consultation with the aim of including community radio stations and local commercial stations on the DAB platform has been launched today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.
Connect FM has disappeared from its local DAB multiplex because of a "very substantial price increase" from Arqiva, the station has told RadioToday. Connect FM was a launch partner on the multiplex…
Seven BBC local radio stations are losing their AM frequencies on January 15th, with three more stations losing at least one service.
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It follows moves by Stray FM, Minster FM, Yorkshire Coast Radio and Spire FM who all handle 100% of their own airtime.
Rathergood Radio is being investigated by Ofcom for a possible breach of its licence.
Radiocentre welcomes and encourages radio deregulation 'at the earliest opportunity'.
The government says it will bring in new rules on commercial radio formats as soon as possible - meaning stations will be free to change their music format without Ofcom approval.
The JACK team in Oxfordshire is to launch another JACK branded radio station next year, on the D2 national multiplex.