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Sonys: Absolutely Fabulous

Well, it had to be the headline didn’t it? Sony nominations night has been and gone. For those who’ve entered, it’s a bit like waiting to hear if you’ve made the school football team. As you stand…

More backbone needed at BBC

Ashley Bryne writes: I’m a great believer in the BBC. It’s one of the things that makes me feel proud to be British but I’m sick to the back teeth of the corporation being on the defensive. There is…

Time for a change in local radio

With a number of local commercial stations having gone into administration recently, it’s vital that Ofcom act to allow much greater flexibility in how both local commercial radio stations and…

The Student Radio way of life

Student radio stations are a place where you can be truly creative and try new ideas on-air, freedom which you will not be able to find in many places in the Radio Industry. It is also the place where…

An all tweeting general election

Media consultant Justin Kings has a sneak preview of radio’s election coverage, with an emphasis on putting listeners at the centre of it. So, how would your station cover the election of Prime…

Rogers: Further DAB concerns

Previous assurances and commitments made to the commercial radio sector about the roll out of DAB are “unravelling before our eyes” claims UKRD’s Chief Executive. Following recent answers to…

Interview: Radio futurologist James Cridland

In a new regular feature, we pose 10 questions to people in the radio spotlight. This week, we speak to James Cridland, who talks about how a hash tag probably won't actually save BBC 6 Music,…

PD Grad School – event report

UK Radio Consultant Paul Chantler has been attending the annual PD Grad School conference in Los Angeles, California where the interface between Facebook, Twitter and Radio was the focus. Paul reports…

Listening with interest to Evans

After months of speculation and weeks of promotion, Chris Evans finally started on the new Radio 2 Breakfast Show this morning, and like many others I was listening with interest from 7.00.…

Capital FM sets the standard

BLOG: The staff at Capital FM are recovering from two sell-out concerts at the O2 Arena in London this weekend, as the station pulls off the Jingle Bell Ball for the second year running. 17,000 people…
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