KMFM's parent company KM Media Group has been sold to Iliffe Media.
Nicola Thomson, former Group Director of Marketing at Global has joined the Radio Academy as an independent consultant.
Spence Macdonald has left Communicorp to host networked lates for the Wireless Group.
Chris Tarrant, Greg James and Nicholas Parsons are the first speakers to be announced for this year’s Radio Festival.
Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts were present at the Jazz FM Awards yesterday as the Rolling Stones collected two awards.
Fix Radio, the new London DAB station aimed at tradespeople, has been launched by Charlie Mullins, the world's richest plumber.
Forever FM hasn't quite managed to live up to its name - it has closed down within a few days of opening.
A new television commercial is at the centre of the latest marketing campaign from Bauer to promote Magic Radio.
Global Founder and Executive President Ashley Tabor is stepping down from his role as Managing Editor of Capital.
Summer programmes on BBC Radio 2 include the return of Alan Carr and Mel Sykes with a season of live Saturday morning summer specials for a ten-week run.
BBC Radio Nottingham’s Colin Slater MBE is retiring from local radio commentary after 50+ years.
This station has been found in breach of its licence after playing two songs with offensive language in.
Pixie Lott is joining Sun FM in celebrating 20 years of broadcasting to Wearside.
A new digital radio station has launched today allowing users to create and upload their own radio programmes.
Royal couple make surprise appearance to wish presenter Adele Roberts good luck for her London Marathon run this weekend.
Skype TV for Radio offers a service for radio broadcasters to get more efficient and optimised production workflows.
The radio station featured in BBC 1 comedy Car Share has been brought to life by Steve Penk.
Commercial radio campaigner, broadcaster, editor and regulator Paul Boon is retiring from Ofcom.
Devaweb has published a free advice sheet to help radio broadcasters stay on the right side of Ofcom’s broadcasting code.
The expansion of digital radio coverage means that many listeners can now receive six further radio stations.