If you've submitted an entry to the new British Podcast Awards, here are the people you need to impress.
A new awards ceremony just for podcasts hopes to discover and reward top pods.
Trevor Dann hosts our first monthly roundtable. Matt Deegan and Brett Spencer talk ARIAs, APAs, RAJARs and sausages, whilst Radiocentre's Siobhan Kenny tells us about commercial radio and public service.
The upcoming Next Radio event will feature speakers representing dotcom startups, and offer a unique look at new technology, independent production companies and audio monetisation.
Former Head of Content at SCA Craig Bruce is one of the first speakers to be announced for this year's Next Radio.
The Next Radio Conference, taking place on September 19th 2016, is offering ten free tickets this year.
Fun Kids is to be one of the first radio stations in the UK to launch on DAB+.
The DAB debate which started a decade ago has been brought back to life by BBC Radio 4, with the results somewhat familiar.
Next Radio, the London-based annual radio conference, has announced its first six speakers including 5 live Controller Jonathan Wall.
Next Radio, the radio ideas conference has just announced its final set of speakers and the full schedule for the 8th September event.
LBC's Managing Editor James Rea is one of the first speakers announced for the upcoming Next Radio conference.
Justin Fletcher MBE is heading to Fun Kids for a new daily radio show, each weekday morning from 9.
NextRad.io, the UK's radio ideas conference supported by Broadcast Bionics, has announced their first set of speakers for this year's event. (more…)
Children’s radio station Fun Kids is partnering with the children’s festival Lollibop, and broadcasting live from the entire event. (more…)
Children’s radio station Fun Kids has released its own version of One Direction’s Kiss You video, whilst keeping listeners up-to-date with its progress. (more…)
More details revealed about September's new kind of radio conference.
A conference is being launched aimed at those working at the sharp end of radio.