Nick Grimshaw has announced on Breakfast this morning that the Radio 1 Big Weekend for 2017 will be held in Hull on 27th and 28th May.
Celador Radio has grown its station count by five with the purchase of The Beach, Dream 100, North Norfolk Radio, Radio Norwich and Town 102.
Absolute Radio's Hometime presenters Geoff Lloyd and Annabel Port have announced they are leaving the station.
A number of new presenters are joining Heart to be part of the station's new Feel Good Weekend line-up.
Long-serving Radio Forth daytime presenter Grant Stott is leaving the station after 27 years on the air.
Steve Power is moving to Drivetime at Wave 105 in a direct programme swap with Rick Jackson who is moving to Breakfast.
The official start of switching off most radio services from FM has begun in Norway.
Presenters Janice Long and Alex Lester will continue to broadcast on BBC Radio, the station says, unspecifically.
BBC Radio Devon's breakfast show presenter Simon Bates has left the station after two years.
Gordon, currently hosting Smart on Sunday, will take over the 7pm till 10pm Monday to Friday show as well from 9th January.
He'll be on-air Monday to Thursday from 7pm for one hour with The Nigel Farage Show.
The countdown is on to the official start of digital radio switchover in Norway, beginning on January 11th at 11:11.11am.
UKRD Group has sold Star Radio Cambridge to Mid Anglia Media Limited.
Former Free Radio Birmingham breakfast co-host Gemma Hill has replaced Rachel New on Heart Breakfast in the West Midlands.
Tina will be replacing Anthony Davis who is moving to the USA with his family.
TeamRock Radio has officially ceased its service, after its parent company TeamRock went into administration with the loss of 73 jobs.
Gemma Atkinson is joining Key 103 as co-host on the breakfast show with Mike Toolan and Matt Haslam.
His first show since being sacked earlier this year will on New Year's Eve on BBC Radio 2.
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They say the current operator, Bauer Media, has made no attempt to offer solutions such as DAB+.