Spencer Pryor from Brave Broadcasting writes for RadioToday about the upcoming digital radio event in Glasgow.
The event, on Thursday 23 February, is starting at 6pm at the 29 Private Members' Club in central Glasgow.
Long-serving Radio Forth daytime presenter Grant Stott is leaving the station after 27 years on the air.
Glasgow’s digital radio scene will be celebrated at a special radio event - Doing the DAB - from Digital Radio UK in partnership with RadioToday.
Daytime host Jeff Diack is taking over the breakfast show on Bauer's Northsound 1, replacing Micky Gavin.
Former BBC Radio Bristol reporter Pat Connor is heading home to become Director of BBC South West.
Taking over the reins from Ken MacQuarrie, who was recently appointed the BBC’s Director, Nations and Regions, Donalda will become the senior editorial figure with responsibility for BBC Scotland…
Two Radio Academy events took place last week, each crowning a local radio station as the Christmas Quiz winners.
Now it has moved from its base of the last 18 years at Haig House, Markinch, eight miles down the A915 to Elizabeth House in Barclay Court, Kirkcaldy.
"Kenny Everett was the greatest radio presenter of my lifetime. The Beatles were the greatest group. I hope that when we put them together the result is at least good!"
Colin is currently Editor of General Programmes at BBC Radio Scotland, and he will step into the new role in the New Year.
BBC Radio 2 listeners have raised almost six million pounds towards the annual Children in Need appeal.
News Corp is utilising the facilities of its newly acquired company Wireless Group to start its own radio station.
Nick Ferrari and Matt Frei will be hosting their programmes for LBC from America during next week's US Election.
Former Smooth Radio host Jenny Farish will host the Breakfast Show from 7-9am, followed by Bryan Burnett until noon. Actor and presenter Sanjeev Kohli takes over at Drivetime from 5-6.30pm.
Local and regional headlines from RAJAR Q3 are here - including highest ever reach for JACK 2, Downtown Country and Channel 103.
Ofcom has awarded the Glasgow / west central Scotland licence to Rock Radio, meaning the station will return to 96.3 FM.
13 of the 16 awards went to the Corporation, whilst AudioBoom, SoundDigital and Hallam FM took home the remaining three. A number of radio groups didn't enter, including Nation and Global.
If approved, all of Wave 102's programmes would appear on Heartland FM in Perth.
BBC Radio legend Desmond Carrington has announced on his show, The Music Goes Round, that he will be hosting his last show on Friday 28th October from 7-8pm.