Trinity Mirror's Godfrey Moger is joining Bauer Media to take up the position of Station Director for Free Radio West Midlands.
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.
The BBC has apologised to Buckingham Palace after 12 complaints were received about an episode of Don't Make Me Laugh.
BBC Radio 2 listeners have raised almost six million pounds towards the annual Children in Need appeal.
talkSPORT has won the exclusive UK radio rights to the British & Irish Lions 2017 Tour to New Zealand.
The Compass FM team were presented with their very own award on behalf of the people of North East Lincolnshire to thank them for 15 years of broadcasting radio to the local community.
Nation Broadcasting has received Ofcom approval to share all output for five stations.
Radio 1's strong compliance procedures have saved the station from getting a complaint upheld by Ofcom.
Former Capital/Galaxy Birmingham breakfast presenter Dan Kelly is taking over breakfast on Free Radio.
Kerry Ellis has signed to new radio station ENCORE RADIO to present her own weekly show.
A terminally ill four-year old has received a personal video from Harry Styles thanks to Lancashire's 2BR.
talkRADIO will be broadcasting from Washington next week as the results of the US Election are announced.
BBC Essex's celebrations to mark its 30th birthday are set to take place this weekend, marking its launch date of November 5th, 1986.
Stan Collymore will be heard on XS Manchester from this weekend, with his syndicated show, Call Collymore.
Magic in the Morning is becoming Magic in New York for a promotion which includes broadcasting live from an aeroplane.
Nick Ferrari and Matt Frei will be hosting their programmes for LBC from America during next week's US Election.
Portsmouth DAB+ station Unforgettable Radio has switched to all Christmas music today.
Alex Brindley has been appointed as Manx Radio’s new Controller of Programming and Content, replacing Marc Tyley.
HRH The Earl of Wessex has given a rare interview during an official visit to Isle of Wight Radio.
The upcoming BBC Music Jazz pop-up service will feature 12 hours of programming from Jazz FM this year, an increase from four last year.