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It's going to be another tough Quarter 1

[b][i]Radio Response Managing Director David Harber has £1m he wants to share with your station…[/i][/b] Blimey it’s going to be another tough Quarter 1. However, let me share some good...
10 December, 2010 more

Prep? There's an app for that

A new iPhone app, designed to help radio presenters and producers with content ideas for their shows, has launched in the App store. Radio Talk Topics features hundreds of suggestions...
10 December, 2010 more

Voiceover Man's latest voice job

If, like me, you’re a big iPhone fan then you’ll probably get excited most weeks about new radio-related apps turning up in the App Store. Some of my favourites at...
17 February, 2010 more

So, we went and wrote a newsletter

Today sees another milestone in the Radio Today story as we launch a new regular newsletter for the radio industry. And as well as including an exclusive feature or two,...
10 February, 2010 more

DAB debate in the House

Radio specialist Grant Goddard, who was one of the parties invited to present evidence before the House of Lords Select Committee on Communications on Friday, has written about why he...
08 February, 2010 more

Wave sends a lesson to all

Last week, Bauer-owned south coast station Wave 105 had an Ofcom ruling upheld after breakfast show host Steve Power failed to separate editorial from advertising clearly while doing a ‘live...
01 February, 2010 more

What iPad means for radio

The iPad is the technology item of the moment, causing months of geeky anticipation as everyone wondered if it is the next Apple iHit gadget. Adam Bowie, who is the...
28 January, 2010 more

RadioCentre strengthens board

In an exclusive viewpoint for Radio Today, RadioCentre Chief Executive Andrew Harrison gives his views on the Digital Economy Bill and announces plans to strengthen the RadioCentre Board. He highlights...
26 January, 2010 more

And now.. Blessed are the geeks…

A viewpoint on the world of radio by the voice of the underground, quite literally, Emma Clarke. Now I’m not being funny but the world of radio attracts geeks. You...
25 January, 2010 more

WANTED: UK Radio Aid 2

Almost five years to the day, something unique happened in UK commercial radio. On January 17 2005, stations put aside competition and united to raise money for victims of the...
18 January, 2010 more

Two words that got Tom Binned

Over Christmas, you may have heard about some bloke called Tom Binns. He was freelancing at BRMB on Christmas Day, starting his show at 3pm. The first few minutes of...
17 January, 2010 more

Support DAB, says Fountain

Digital radio switchover is critical for listeners, smaller stations and the wider radio industry, Steve Fountain, Group Head of Radio at KM Group warns. Writing exclusively for RadioToday.co.uk, Steve talks...
13 January, 2010 more

Penk slams BBC, promotes self

Steve Penk has slammed the BBC for what he claims is excessive and gratuitous promotion of the new Radio 2 Breakfast Show. Penk said: “Chris Evans is a former colleague...
13 January, 2010 more

Listening with interest to Evans

After months of speculation and weeks of promotion, Chris Evans finally started on the new Radio 2 Breakfast Show this morning, and like many others I was listening with interest...
11 January, 2010 more

Where Now for Wossy?

Bob Shennan will be disappointed. Just weeks ago, the Radio 2 Controller told an industry audience in Newcastle that he hoped Jonathan Ross would stay with the network when his...
08 January, 2010 more

The Amazing Paul Campbell

Amazing Radio is one of the newest stations on your digital dial. First impressions might suggest it's run by an over-enthusiastic Geordie drummer, but don’t be fooled. Amazing founder Paul...
03 January, 2010 more