Kiss along with Northsound 1 & 2 took home the Station of the Year prize at the annualRadio Awards hosted by MD Dee Ford.
has removed the stereo hi-quality version of Kiss from 25 more local multiplexes, leaving a single national mono version in its place.
A number ofMedia radio stations are to promote the launch of TLC, the new television channel on Sky and Cable.
A number ofstations are spending Friday raising money for Cash for Kids, including Rock FM, Metro and Key 103.
Insurance brand MORE TH>N is to launch a four month on-air and online advertising campaign on fourMedia radio stations.
Radio executive John Myers is returning to CFM, the radio station he launched 20 years ago, to host a special four hour programme.
Magic AM’s Trevor Thomas and Magic 1161′s Darren Lethem have both hosted their last local breakfast show today, making way for a networked show.
Media has made a number of programming appointments at Planet Rock, resulting in the departure of Programme Director Trevor White.
The Kiss Player has been re-launched offering synced content in real-time across multiple devices including desktop and mobile.
A two hour radio special presented by Pete Price on the Warrington Bomb Anniversary will be aired tonight on Radio City & City Talk.
Kiss breakfast presenters Rickie, Melvin & Charlie have been filmed on the rides at Thorpe Park as part of a new promotion.
Presenter Denise Van Outen is joining Magic 105.4 for a new weekend show, each Saturday between 1pm and 3pm.
Sony Music’s Strategic Planning Director Mark Hardy is joiningMedia as Group Digital Director for its London Lifestyle magazine and radio brands.
The Hits Radio has launched its search for the best male and female presenters of 2013 with the 3rd Student Star competition.
Media’s Radio City has joined forces with one of Liverpool’s biggest newspapers to share content and promote each other.
The three Magic AM stations in the Northwest are to network 24 hours a day from Monday, with Ian Roberts taking on a new regional show.
Radio expansion is on the cards atMedia with its second purchase in a month, having just bought Radio Expres in Slovakia.
Magic 105.4 has teamed up with British Airways to promote its ‘80s Gig in the Sky’ flight in aid of Red Nose Day.
A new advertising campaign for Magic 105.4 started this week, running for four weeks on ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Box TV channels.
Magic 1170 breakfast presenter Alan Ross is leaving the station, making way for a new networked breakfast show from Magic 1152 in Newcastle.
Viking FM has set out to prove romance is alive and kicking in Scunthorpe after giving away a romantic night for a local couple.
The Hits is hoping for some viral activity with a new video just uploaded to YouTube – showing presenters doing the Harlem Shake.
Harry Judd of McFly is to present the Top 20 greatest love songs on Magic 105.4 on Valentine’s Day 10pm till midnight.
Up-to-date topical commercials promoting The Scottish Sun will air onMedia’s stations in Scotland, voiced by Robin Galloway.
Former Key 103 and Rock FM Late Show host Darryl Morris is taking on a live breakfast show on national digital station The Hits.
Media has bought national digital station Planet Rock for an undisclosed sum, adding it to their national music brands portfolio.
Eight stations in the Magic AM network have been approved a Format change to drop local shows and local news.
Media’s Magic 105.4 remains the most listened to commercial radio station in London, despite a drop in listeners this quarter.
Magic 105.4 is taking breakfast presenter Neil Fox to The View, on the 69th floor of The Shard to host his show from there tomorrow morning.