Matt Webb, Head of Production and Saturday Breakfast presenter on Cambridge 105 Radio shares his thoughts on how job losses could affect people’s mental health.
Siobhan Kenny, CEO of Radiocentre writes for RadioToday about the thousands of children making radio across the UK and the launch of the Young ARIAs.
Emma Davis: I feel it is my duty to celebrate International Women’s Day in the best way I know how… to write about it.
Global Radio shakeup – could this be the tipping point for local audiences, asks Howard Kosky, Founder and CEO markettiers4dc.
Analysis by RadioToday shows presenter numbers across the UK could drop by more than 250 if Global and Bauer take full advantage of Ofcom's changes to rules on localness.
Former BBC radio journalist Mark Moulding says smart speakers are the best thing that’s happened to radio in a very long time.
Simon Mason, Head of Broadcast Radio Technology at Arqiva, writes about the rise in demand for digital radio and driverless cars, for RadioToday.
Francesco Baschieri, President of podcast solutions provider Voxnest on what recent moves mean for the podcasting landscape and advertising opportunities.
Jack Pepper, one of the new presenters on Bauer's Scala Radio, recently spoke at the European Radio Show conference in Paris. Here's what he had to say.
Opinion: A few tips on how to send the best radio demo to a programmer looking to fill a vacancy, written for RadioToday by Chris Birks from Hi FM Oman.
Following on from Colin Kelly's thoughts on news embargos, journalist and lecturer Richard Horsman offers a different perspective.
Colin Kelly looks at the rules and expectations surrounding embargos, and if you should break them.
Ford Ennals, CEO, Digital Radio UK, shares his thoughts on the last 12 months.
Opinion: Howard Kosky, CEO & founder of broadcast specialists markettiers4DC, shares his thoughts on Chris Evans moving to Virgin Radio.
It was twenty years ago that Century 105 began broadcasting across Liverpool, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and beyond.
BBC Director, Radio & Education James Purnell says he would like to see an official way to measure the popularity of podcasts.
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.
An opinion piece from Mike Wood, AV Director at Carat on some small but important changes at Apple.
Speech by Bob Shennan, Director of Radio and Music to the Radiodays Europe conference on Monday 20 March 2017.
“Fake news” was a thing long before it came from the mouth of President Donald Trump.
RadioToday’s Stuart Clarkson considers whether it really matters if you don’t live in the TSA you broadcast to.
Expect fewer owners, less variety and complete desertion of over 50s and probably over 40s.
UK commercial radio needs to address this urgently if it is to stay competitive.
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.
Facebook is entering the live audio space early next year and is working with the BBC and Global to launch the service.
The new show is available to all broadcasters (UK and internationally) and will be a celebration and tribute to all the amazing artists who are sadly no longer with us.
We got our hands on a Ruark R4 Mk3 radio to play with. It’s the first Ruark-branded radio set we’ve reviewed and at £650 we’ve got high expectations.
This week, I’ve been considering how I’d address the dreaded weekend challenge if I had to be responsible for station output.
'My show is a rambling tabloid news conference. All human tragedy is there, but also lots of light in the shade.'
Mike started in radio in 1991, and is now the host of Key 103 Manchester's breakfast show. Listen to his chat with Craig Bruce here.
Jamie has spent the last ten years co-hosting Heart Breakfast with Jamie and Emma Bunton in London.
Ken Bruce has hosted mornings on BBC Radio 2 for more than thirty years, and with the second largest radio audience in Europe, Ken is a bona fide radio legend.
OC has been the host of The Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show on Absolute Radio for a decade, and now talks to Craig Bruce about.... everything!
The Games Changers: Radio podcast has arrived in the UK for Season 3, following two seasons interviewing Australian radio talent.
Apple's newest iPhone will not include the headphone jack, meaning a number of issues for the radio industry.
Daily Telegraph Radio Critic and ARIAs judge Gillian Reynolds writes a guest blog post on the importance of awards to the industry and what it means for the listeners, the ultimate judges.
Sera Baker, new Radio Academy Intern, writes about the ReelWorld Radio Academy’s ’30 Under 30’ competition with two previous winners.
Last month’s first quarter RAJAR results showed that listening to radio via a digital platform has increased to 44.1%. But Ben Hart, Head of Commercial Radio at Arqiva, explains why these results only…
The unanimous feeling at BBC Radio 2 is that the wrong Tony was sacked. Just one of the lines from Paul Gambaccini during a conversation with RadioToday.
Previous ReelWorld Radio Academy 30 Under 30 winner Tim Johns talks about the initiative ahead of this year's launch.
RadioToday took time out to visit the new studios of Capital FM in Leicester Square, London, and Managing Editor Roy Martin tells you what he thinks.
The decorating of my bathroom on Green Lane North remained unfinished after just a few hours of effort on the afternoon of Saturday 15 April,1989.