Sam FM has apologised to Ofcom for a lapse in editorial judgement after a conversation about a sponsors product was broadcast.
Steve Priestley has joined The Breeze to host the Thames Valley breakfast show.
BBC Minute's Jonathan Richards is the new Head of News and Information at Celador Radio.
Celador now owns 26 radio stations following the purchase of Anglian Radio earlier this year.
Exeter-based Radio Exe is to apply for the Torbay licence, currently held by Celador and broadcasting as The Breeze.
Celador is putting Rob Chandler back on breakfast.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
It is too early to confirm any possible plans to rebrand any of the five stations.
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.
Kam Kelly has marked the arrival of his breakfast show on Sam FM Bristol by entering the city on a camel surrounded by Can-Can dancers.
All female breakfast show presenters on The Breeze have left the network in the last few days.
Celador is preparing to network Kam Kelly's breakfast show at Sam FM Swindon and Sam FM Bristol.
Heart and Smooth Thames Valley Managing Editor Gareth James is leaving Global to join Celador as Programme Editor for the Sam FM network and Fire Radio.
Devon Radio Ltd, part of Celador Entertainment, has sold its 40% shareholding in Radio Exe.
News Editor at Quidem Midlands Nick Jewers is joining Celador as Head of News and information.
Former Capital FM Programmer Rob D’Ovidio is Celador Radio's Group Programme Director.
An issue surround the removal of Fire Radio from DAB in Bournemouth has been resolved by Ofcom, but parent company Celador is not happy with the situation.
No responses were received for an Ofcom consultation about the change of Format for Sam FM.
It's good to have a break now and again. Celador's Fire Radio has applied to be part of the Bournemouth DAB multiplex, just weeks after removing itself from the service.
Radio regulator Ofcom is to officially investigate Celador's decision to remove Fire Radio from DAB in Bournemouth.