JACK 3 starts this Friday, May 12th, at 9am with what bosses claim will be the largest playlist in local UK radio.
Celador now owns 26 radio stations following the purchase of Anglian Radio earlier this year.
The Dig Deep event raised over £51,000 for children’s and young adults’ hospice: Helen & Douglas House.
Two new local sales people have joined JACK fm in Surrey and South London.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
Bauer's most recent Style Guide for presenters has been getting some criticism on social media - prompting JACK fm to release their own version.
One listener has complained after being left disappointed when Prince, Freddie Mercury and David Bowie failed to turn up in person to a JACK fm gig.
The team behind JACK fm in the UK are launching a national version of the brand called Union Jack.
JACKfm recently changed its name for two days to Helen & Douglas FM to support Oxfordshire’s Hospice for children and young adults’, Helen & Douglas House.
107 JACK fm Berkshire has teamed up with the local Lions Club and an advertiser to raise money for a prostate cancer testing day in Reading.
Breakfast presenters Trevor Marshall and Caroline Verdon hosted an extra show on JACK fm last night to discuss Father Christmas.
A 107 JACK fm Berkshire listener has named her baby after the radio station and breakfast show presenter Robin Banks.
JACK fm and JACK 2 have appeared in text on DAB in the Portsmouth area on the small-scale trial multiplex.
JACK and JACK 2 are launching on DAB in Surrey and South London tonight - the first of many new stations expected to launch in the next 12 months.
JACK fm doesn't usually do requests but this particular one was too good not to help out with.
A joke ID about the Germanwings co-pilot just after the incident clearly had the potential to cause offence, Ofcom says.
Celador Radio is dropping the JACK FM brand and renaming its three current JACK stations to Sam FM from next week.
Oxis Media has acquired the JACKfm and JACK 2 brands for the UK and throughout the European Union.
A stunt by JACK fm has concluded that listeners apparently don't want two turkeys to meet their makers live on-air.
JACK fm is now playing listener requests for 14 hours a day, up from the five hours a day when it launched.