Bauer is taking heat Radio off national DAB and removing presenters, turning it into an online-only station.
Diversity stars Jordan and Perri join KISS for Sunday evening show whilst KISS Chosen One winners Swarzy and AJ also get weekly shows.
Channel 4 has acquired full ownership of The Box Plus Network, buying the remaining 50% stake in the network that it did not previously own from Bauer.
Greatest Hits Radio has launched on FM, AM and DAB in a number of regions across the UK, with Mark Goodier joining the network for mid-mornings.
Bauer is to broadcast its own chart show each Sunday afternoon following its decision to drop the Official Big Top 40 from Global.
Bauer Media’s dedicated charity network is forecasted to raise £21,299,104 and support over 800,000 sick and underprivileged children in local communities across the UK in 2018.
After his departure from BBC Radio 2, Simon Mayo has confirmed in a tweet that he'll be announcing a new show in January.
Ofcom has upheld a complaint against Bauer digital station Kiss Fresh after a song by Eminem was played.
Dawn French will be the station voice of Bauer's Greatest Hits Radio brand when it officially launches in January.
KISS evening presenter Tom Green and 4Music television presenter Daisy Maskell are the new hosts of KISS Breakfast.
Bauer Media has appointed Group Commercial Director Simon Kilby as Chief Revenue Officer for Radio.
Presenter NEEV is heading back to KISS in the new year to take back the mid-morning show from Pandora.
Magic Radio will switch to playing all Christmas music from this Friday instead of launching a separate service.
Bauer has added an extra set of Terms and Conditions to a competition as a result of a complaint from a listener.
A Bauer-backed campaign calling for Government to update health and safety legislation has sent an open letter to the Prime Minister.
Bauer is to replace its Bauer City 2 branding in England in favour of a new station name launching in January, called Greatest Hits Radio.
Ronan Keating and Harriet Scott will be broadcasting live from the Eurostar travelling to Paris with a bunch of listeners on Thursday morning!
Bauer Media has appointed Paul Gerrard as Content Director for Hits Radio, replacing Chris Pegg who is leaving the company.
New DAB transmitters in East Anglia, the South West, Kent, South Wales and North East Scotland are now fully working and carrying programmes from SDL.
Events previously known as Radio City Live and Free Radio Live will be known as Hits Live, promoted by Key 103 replacement Hits Radio.