Minister of State for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries Ed Vaizey has left the Government.
Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, celebrated a new age of creativity and competition in the UK radio market at a special Digital Radio Reception held today at Global’s Leicester Square Headquarters in London.
Ofcom has made a number of suggestions to the Government about the next stage of deregulation in radio.
Britain’s commercial radio sector is supporting World Radio Day this weekend - on Saturday 13 February 2016.
Digital radio is now standard in 80% of new cars, Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, announced today.
Ed Vaizey has proposed to review a number of key regulation areas for commercial radio.
UK Minister Ed Vaizey and Germany's Dorothee Bär set out their shared vision for radio's digital future.
Ed Vaizey will tell a conference today that the future of UK radio is digital and the countdown to three major landmarks has started.
Commissioners from some of the UK's biggest radio networks are speaking at the upcoming Nations & Regions Media Conference this year.
Ofcom's region by region procedure to invite applications for community radio stations is being challenged by an MP.
In the last 12 months 1.6 million cars have been sold with digital radio fitted as standard.
Out of the 32.5 million cars on the UK's roads, five million of them (15.4%) now have digital radio installed.
Digital Radio UK says it's pleased by the news that Ed Vaizey will continue in his role as Minister for Culture and Digital Economy following the cabinet reshuffle.
An additional 10% of cars also have digital radio available as a cost option, meaning that 75% of new cars in the UK now have digital radio available as standard or as an option.
The majority of van models from Ford and Vauxhall now coming with digital radio as standard, Digital Radio UK has announced.
The latest figures for cars with DAB as standard is up from 50% to 61% in the last 12 months.
Ed Vaizey MP has officially switched on the new local DAB expansion programme at a car conference in London.
Absolute Radio, Classic FM and talkSPORT plus over 60 locals will all get automatic five year licence extensions.
Ed Vaizey MP has revealed how he feels some of the existing broadcasting rules are overly restrictive and out-dated.
Here's what happened at the digital radio event at New Broadcasting House this morning.