The countdown is on to the official start of digital radio switchover in Norway, beginning on January 11th at 11:11.11am.
They made the announcement at the end of their weekday drive show on the Hit Network on Friday afternoon, their last for the year, saying that following 2017 they will focus on television.
Bauer Media has appointed Christian Baesler as MD, Bauer Xcel Media - in a role that will see him oversee Bauer Media’s digital division in both the UK and the U.S.
SCA is to rebrand 45 regional radio stations in Australia to Hit, and 35 more stations to Triple M.
BBC Burmese radio programmes will be rebroadcast by Myanmar Radio.
UAE: Radio 1 and Radio 2, owned by Gulf News Broadcasting, have both closed down with immediate effect.
The BBC reaches a record weekly audience of 348 million people worldwide, a 13 per cent increase on last year, according to new figures released today.
SiriusXM has added 465,000 net new subscribers in the first quarter of 2016, resulting in a record-high of 30.1 million subscribers.
It was quite literally car crash radio in Charlotte North Carolina as a car lost control and drove in to the studio glass wall.
A new studio complex for BFBS Germany has been officially opened in Sennelager.
Medium-wave transmitters for Deutschlandradio have been turned off in Germany, along with services in France and Luxembourg.
Australian radio presenter Mel Greig has secured her first full time radio job since leaving 2Day FM in Sydney.
After six years in Zurich, the International Radio Festival is moving to its new European home in Milan for 2016.
Bauer Media is looking at a $1 billion takeover of Southern Cross Austereo, according to a report.
Randy Phillips, CEO of Global Entertainment, is moving on to a new project within the LA-based company.
From RadioToday Australia: It took just over three years but Nova Entertainment’s smooth fm went to number 1 FM for the first time in Sydney and did it in style.
SIRIUS XM is to broadcast a two week special on Howard Stern's life and career, from his early days in college radio to his final broadcast on FM.
The BBC World Service's 90.3FM service in Abu Dhabi is to fall silent on Tuesday 30th June this year.
Mobile phone users in Nigeria can now tune in to BBC World Service radio in English and Hausa by dialling a local phone number.
Radio X, the online radio station serving Brussels, will launch on DAB+ in Belgium this August.