Andy Buckingham, a technologist for Global Radio’s Creative Technology team is leaving to set up his own company.
Global Radio has a new television commercial promoting its newest station - national Capital XTRA - using the slogan Find It First.
Heart East Anglia breakfast duo Rob Chandler and Chrissie Jackson are to leave the station next month after 14 years on air together.
Global Radio's appeal against a Competition Commission ruling that it should have to sell stations in seven areas of the UK in order to complete the takeover of GMG Radio has been dismissed.
Masked dance music DJ Jaguar Skills is to do a new weekly show for Global Radio's Capital XTRA, which will be repeated across the Capital FM network.
The findings of an appeal by Global Radio against the Competition Commission's ruling on the takeover of GMG Radio are to be announced by the end of this week.
See the full list of winners from the Student Radio Awards 2013 right here.
Acts for day one of Capital's Jingle Bell Ball have been announced by Capital breakfast jocks around the country.
Heart breakfast presenters Jamie Theakston and Emma Bunton are hosting the Regent Street Christmas Lights Switch-On event this year.
Capital's breakfast show in the East Midlands was broadcast live from the Albert Hall in Nottingham last week, and included a totally live ad break.
Robbie Williams is to perform an intimate gig for Heart listeners at a secret London location next month.
A recent station-wide competition on Heart West Midlands ended on Friday with a local family winning a house worth a quarter of a million pounds.
Kiss is on top form for Bauer Media as the brand reaches over five million listeners nationwide, but Capital FM is leading the hit music race with 7.7 million people tuning in each week.
Capital XTRA has launched its first commercial partnership since the station went live on 7 October 2013, teaming up with headphone maker Skullcandy.
Capital Radio is turning 40 years old today as the station first started broadcasting in London on October 16th 1973
As LBC 97.3 celebrates 40 years on air, a deal has been done for GoToMeeting to sponsor Nick Ferrari at Breakfast.
A number of presenters are making an appearance on LBC 97.3 today to mark the 40th anniversary of the London talk station.
Global Radio's latest station launch took place at 6am today with the rebrand of Choice FM to Capital XTRA.
Olly Murs is to star in Heart's new advertising campaign, which features the heart hand gesture along with the regular strapline, Give it some Heart.
Choice FM will disappear on Sunday to make way for Global Radio's latest brand extension - Capital Xtra - on national DAB and in London on FM.
Smooth Radio’s younger sibling Smooth 70s will close this weekend less than a week after being under the new control of Global Radio.
Smooth Radio has made the move to Leicester Square this week, and has just announced Tina Hobley is joining the line-up.
One of Classic FM's biggest events was cancelled Thursday evening after firefighters were called to the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Arqiva Presenter of the Year and LBC 97.3 presenter Iain Dale has apologised for his recent behaviour on Brighton seafront.
Global’s Heart West Midlands is giving away a brand new £250,000 house, mortgage-free for life to one listener.
Classic FM and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra today announce that Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is to become Classic FM’s Orchestra in the South of England.
The North West's regional digital radio multiplex has ended service today after 12 years on-air.
Smooth Radio's Brand Manager Steve Collins is leaving the station ahead of the official takeover of the brand by Global Radio.
Classic FM is to broadcast an exclusive interview with HRH The Earl of Wessex
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen's Sunday afternoon show on Classic FM is to be sponsored by Laithwaite’s Wine.