BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and Asian Network Controller Ben Cooper blogs for RadioToday about reinventing radio for the Alexa age
"Radio? Seriously? I hear press is the next big thing too!"
In the year that BBC Local Radio celebrates 50 years on-air, Andrew Peach is celebrating exactly half that.
RadioToday's Stuart Clarkson reviews the 3-day digital station to celebrate Radio 1's 50th birthday this weekend.
The consultation document today is significant and, for the first time, breaks the link between the present and the past.
Forget advertising revenue, what’s the point of creating a body of work if there is no-one to appreciate it?
David Lloyd blogs about the sad death of Desmond Carrington, announced by BBC Radio 2.
100% Digital - By Laurence Harrison, Market Development Director, Digital Radio UK
The Countdown to FMexit is on - a blog by Laurence Harrison, Market Development Director, Digital Radio UK.
Laurence Harrison, Market Development Director, Digital Radio UK, arrives in Norway for the big DAB event.
Percentage of respondents who listen to the radio but currently have no DAB set in the home, how likely is it that your household will get a DAB radio in the next 12 months?
Radio owner and broadcaster Keri Jones is travelling around the world to record radio features, and writes for RadioToday about his recent findings.
BBC Radio 2's Mark Goodier was on-air at BBC Radio 2 when the news of Sir Terry's death was announced. He writes his thoughts and memories on the broadcaster for RadioToday.
Tributes continue to be made to Sir Terry, as broadcaster Adrian Juste writes he memories of the Radio 2 favourite.
Radio's David Lloyd writes about the radio legend Sir Terry Wogan, who has died at the age of 77.
Broadcaster and journalist Howard Hughes wrote this in 2008 about Sir Terry Wogan, and today we re-publish as a tribute to the Radio 2 presenter.
There is panic in the Universe. Global has created the ultimate weapon with enough power to take over an entire city.
For some reason, most music radio stations use December the 1st as that magical day to start slowly introducing Christmas songs into playlists.
With World Mental Health Day just around the corner, one radio presenter has broken his silence about his secret battle with depression.
In my view still too many stations put all their effort into what they are posting without being seen to read or interact with listeners.
Radiocentre says the purpose of its Trustmark, announced last week, is to give listeners the reassurance that they can trust advertising messages they hear on radio.
So three guys in their 40s (Vaughan is 49) are spearheading a new station for a new generation, formerly known as XFM.
Today will be remembered as Chris Moyles day - the day he returned to the media spotlight and gave radio the attention it deserves.
Was IRN right to lead with the death of Whitney’s daughter? Radio Scilly's Keri Jones thinks not.
Before I start, I am not somebody else bashing the BBC for the sake of bashing the BBC, this is me irritated by the arrogance of some of those who work for it.
A number of reports say Chris Moyles is making his breakfast radio comeback by replacing Jon Holmes on XFM Breakfast.
The most obvious plan would be to add the station to the 11-strong group of Capital stations, already placed around the UK
Here's an exclusive extract from David's new book 'How to Make Great Radio'
With Apple stealing Radio 1's top producers, and Chris Moyles rumoured to be joining XFM, it can't be a good time for Ben Cooper right now.
Blog: Why has Steve Penk launched an internet radio station? Find out exclusively right here!
We've been watching radio people using the new app, and here's what we found.
They really are hounding this radio station and the Australian DJs for their pound of flesh aren't they?
After recent complaints to Ofcom from Scilly Council, Radio Scilly's Keri Jones tells RadioToday all about it.
Opinion: BBC Local Radio and sexy. I accept this may be the first time ever you have read a sentence with these words in it but my question is serious and it is a very personal one for me, so please…
A major digital radio expansion was announced by Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, speaking at today’s Drive to Digital: NOW conference held at BBC New Broadcasting House.
In the week when someone attempted to wind up David Cameron, we bring you the full and exclusive story for the very first time from the mouth of Steve Penk.
Read a recent #eRADIO opinion piece from former Bauer Programme Director Euan McMorrow on the launch of Bauer's Greatest Hits Network, aka City 2.
In Sweden, the DAB plan consists of a mutual launch, extension of the licenses for commercial radio to broadcast analogue and a conditional shutdown of FM transmissions. However, the proposal is met…
Blog: In the past week I have been accused, by some, of being negative about an industry I have loved and been part of for over 30 years, Commercial Radio.
News of significant changes at the Radio Academy has sparked a debate big enough to start trending on Twitter.
Blog: As Commercial Radio becomes the most bland and predictable it has ever been since launching in 1973, I believe the future for entertainment based content is podcasting. By Steve Penk.
The BBC this week trumpeted new figures which showed more than half its staff are now based outside the M25 following moves to Salford and other devolution measures.
I like to think I am generally a very positive person and it is most effective to highlight best practice but this week I felt moved to tweet..
BBC Radio 5 live Controller Jonathan Wall explains today's schedule changes in this blog.
Who is the real winner in the Global Radio / Communicorp deal now Heart has arrived? @RoyMartin blogs to find out.
This is the best radio video you'll watch today! It's the BBC Radio 2 Button of Buffoonery!
LBC said an official "Hello Britain" last night as Sky News hosted a full-on leaders debate show on national television.
Following recent complaints made to Ofcom, here's one of our regular eRADIO features.. listing "seven things".
In a landmark blog from John Myers, the former GMG Radio Chief Executive sums up the current state of radio regulation.
Would Arqiva be applying for the second national commercial DAB multiplex? Would it be allowed to own it?