Xperi's DTS Connected Radio service is joining up with the BBC to run a hybrid radio trial for 18 months.
Adding voice control to a car radio makes it easier to use, and safer to operate while driving, according to new research.
BBC Late Night Laugh has launched on smart speakers, bringing a quick blast of comedy every night of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Radio stations in the North West of England have been put on alert that their services may be disrupted due to the fire on Winter Hill.
A new website has been set-up by voice-over Laura Shavin with the aim of making it easier to find singers with studios.
The BBC is releasing a new app for phones and tablets which will eventually replace the BBC iPlayer Radio audio app.
Audioboom has withdrawn its proposed takeover of Triton Digital, the company has announced in a trading update.
The first Alexa skills built specifically for kids are now live in the UK and the children's radio station Fun Kids is a launch partner.
BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and Asian Network Controller Ben Cooper blogs for RadioToday about reinventing radio for the Alexa age
Ofcom says listeners are not ready to give up on AM just yet, but has agreed to let Bauer close or reduce the power of 17 transmitters across England and Scotland.
Radio stations can now be part of an Alexa Routine - giving users more opportunities to listen to radio via their smart speakers.
Xperi has successfully completed RadioDNS compliance testing for its DTS Connected Radio platform.
The latest version of the Myriad playout software has been released, with an emphasis on real-time information for presenters.
Tony Blackburn has opened the studios, saying the space is impressive and the presenting talent is top class.
The move comes two years after the station continued broadcasting from a temporary structure in the grounds of Southampton General Hospital.
A new studio complex for BFBS Germany has been officially opened in Sennelager.
Time for new studios in Romford as Lyca Media spends £250,000 on a new office.
A Radio Academy event in Ipswich next month will include a demo of the BBC's new Virtual Local Radio system and a tour of BBC Radio Suffolk.
Techcon's prize for innovation has been given to In:Quality Media for its remote contribution terminal.
Dairy entry: It has become something of an annual event for most radio folk. Some people have been going for 30 years and for some it was their first experience.