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 paint half the picture.
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.
Orion Media has received interest from other radio groups, according to a report in the Telegraph.
Life without radio would be pretty dull, I reckon. Thankfully, the research published by Ofcom, assembled by Kantar, to fuel Government thinking on future commercial radio regulation, suggests much the same thing. (more…)
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.