The independent station, which has 672,000 weekly listeners, will be managed by Bauer’s Steve Parkinson, Group Managing Director of National Radio.
The KISS Network has launched a new radio show dedicated to Drum & Bass music with new host Mollie Collins.
Cool FM has teamed up with Ulster Rugby in an exclusive two-year deal, extending to sister stations Downtown Radio and Downtown Country.
Radio stations in the North West of England have been put on alert that their services may be disrupted due to the fire on Winter Hill.
Planet Rock is launching a brand new show focusing on Americana music presented by Loz Guest.
Details of Hits Radio's first live music event were announced on-air this morning, with Take That set to headline Hits Radio Live.
Hits Radio, the new near-national service from Bauer Media in Manchester, has launched in London with test transmissions.
Owen Ryan is leaving Bauer Media, just months after starting his new role as Group Content Director for the Bauer City 1 Network North and Scotland.
Absolute Radio 70s is coming off DAB in London and being removed from its slot on Sky TV too.
Heart has overtaken BBC Radio 1 in terms of weekly reach for the very first time - making it the first commercial radio brand to ever have more listeners than the historic BBC station.
Changes at Bauer Media in Europe will see Paul Keenan, head of Publishing UK, serve as head of the global Radio Business.
Listeners to Bauer radio stations have raised £710,199 for Superhero Day 2018 - a 25% uplift from last year.
Key 103 is set to commemorate one year since the tragic arena attack that took the lives of twenty-three people with a special programme on May 22nd.
The Cash for Kids Superhero Day, broadcast on 22 Bauer radio stations across the UK, is making a comeback on May 4th.
Major changes are heading to Bauer's Big City Network in June, including a new national station called Hits Radio broadcasting from Manchester.
Ofcom says listeners are not ready to give up on AM just yet, but has agreed to let Bauer close or reduce the power of 17 transmitters across England and Scotland.
Gem 106 has been found guilty of not sticking to strict rules when running a competition with a £2,200 prize during the breakfast show.
Figures revealed by Global show a gender pay gap of 34.5% - compared to 13.9% at Bauer Media UK.
Northsound 2 is to become the first radio station in Scotland to voluntarily turn off its analogue transmitter in favour of DAB.
Absolute Radio is commissioning a series of programmes which will be made by in-house talent from One Golden Square.