It's the 7th consecutive year Capital has partnered with the music event, sponsoring the Best British Single category.
UK's biggest commercial radio brand changes its strapline to Turn up the Feel Good
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
The station is throwing a birthday bash at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on September 7th.
LBC has been found in breach of the Ofcom code for comments about Portuguese people made by early morning presenter Steve Allen during a show last October.
A number of new presenters are joining Heart to be part of the station's new Feel Good Weekend line-up.
Channel 5 weather presenter Sian Welby is joining Heart to host the evening show, Monday to Thursday.
The new campaign will run across the Heart network reaching its 9.6 million listeners every week.
The blunder was picked up by followers and screengrabbed before the Communicorp station deleted it.
He'll be on-air Monday to Thursday from 7pm for one hour with The Nigel Farage Show.
Tina will be replacing Anthony Davis who is moving to the USA with his family.
The night was hosted by Classic FM’s Aled Jones and Radio X presenter Johnny Vaughan, with performances by Emeli Sandé, Clean Bandit and Dua Lipa.
Global has appointed Matt Deverson as the new Managing Editor of Radio X, replacing Chris Baughen.
Global has put Big Top 40 co-host Kat Shoob on Heart's networked Late Show.
The UK does have a national Christmas station after all, with Global turning Heart extra into non-stop festive favorites.
Nick Ferrari and Matt Frei will be hosting their programmes for LBC from America during next week's US Election.
There's been a massive amount of special programmes and fundraising going on at Global branded stations, as the 3rd Make Some Noise event took place.
The 1am - 5am Saturday and Sunday show will now be hosted by Daily Telegraph journalist and Newsnight regular Matt Stadlen.
The acquisitions include SouthWestFour, Field Day, Boardmasters and Rewind Festival, which were previously owned by Impresario, as well as Y Not and Truck, previously owned by Count of Ten.
Sister station Capital XTRA introduced the service earlier this year, and now the facility to enter 'My Capital' comes to the main station.