JACK's latest offspring, JACK 3, has launched on DAB with the first song by The Carpenters.
The Radio Academy London & SE branch's next "in conversation with...." series event is with Mixcloud's Xanthe Fuller.
A survey shows using Amazon's Echo device for listening to the radio and music is set to grow dramatically over the next 12 months.
Global has appointed James Robinson as Producer of the Chris Moyles Show on Radio X, replacing Dave Masterman.
The commercial radio body urges the Government to act quickly in removing format requirements.
The Prime Minister will be live on LBC this Thursday in a special programme: LBC Leaders Live: LBC Interview with Theresa May.
Hugh Evans and Russ Collington are leading the team to bring Primordial Radio to life.
Latin Hot show caught out for playing Enrique Iglesias song with the F word in.
Celador now owns 26 radio stations following the purchase of Anglian Radio earlier this year.
Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson, Stormzy, Clean Bandit, Charlie Puth, Jax Jones and Raye, and Maroon 5 are lined up.
It's a TV ad for its radio station, rather than a radio ad for its TV station.
Zoe Ball's BBC Radio 2 show this weekend will be covered by Kate Thornton after Zoe's boyfriend Billy Yates was found dead.
It's a substantial change in its broadcasting strategy but many of the regular programmes will continue.
A new Local Radio Network has been created to launch a new initiative to support local music across the UK.
After being told he couldn't use the name Forever FM, Steve Penk is promising the same kind of sound from Eternity Radio - and has launched a crowdfunding appeal to raise £30,000 to pay for it.
Independent production company Wisebuddah is working with The Sun newspaper on a new celebrity podcast, hosted by Bizarre columnist Dan Wootton.
Speakers included Caroline Martin, lunchtime host of BBC West Midlands and Ed James, host of Heart West Midlands’ Heart Breakfast with Ed & Gemma.
Sun FM has a new headline act for its 20th birthday party in the centre of Sunderland on Sunday.
Jason Manford, Phil Jupitus, Vernon Kay, Jonathan Agnew and Shaun Keaveny join the schedule.
Former Absolute Radio presenter Geoff Lloyd has secured a monthly show on SiriusXM's new Beatles Channel.