Radio Sangam has been found in breach of the broadcasting code for sponsoring its news bulletins.
Expect fewer owners, less variety and complete desertion of over 50s and probably over 40s.
The consultation document today is significant and, for the first time, breaks the link between the present and the past.
All local commercial radio stations in the UK could easily change music format and network 24/7 if new proposals by the government are approved.
Ofcom monitored the station for three days after a complaint was made and heard mostly just music.
Greater London Asian station Lyca Dilse 1035 has been found in breach of the Broadcasting Code for an unfair competition.
Satellite radio station Kanshi is in serious trouble with Ofcom after playing an extremely offensive song on more than one occasion.
The report confirms that digital listening has increased to 45.5% and in six areas of the UK digital listening exceeds 50%, led by Sussex.
Applicants include Zone One Radio - community radio for central London, Fusion FM, Flames Radio and AIMS FM in Hounslow.
Ofcom is currently considering transferring the licence used by Oak FM to a new company, to enable a radio service to continue in Hinckley and/or Loughborough.
The small-scale DAB trial for Aldershot has added a second transmitter to its service to expand the coverage area.
A radio station has spent 30 minutes talking about swear words you can't say on the radio.
Ofcom has concluded that the small-scale DAB trial has successfully achieved all three of its aims.
Radio Cardiff has admitted to breaking four rules from Ofcom's Broadcast Code, saying the content in question was 'completely wrong'.
They now divide their time between live radio, personal digital music and streaming but weekly reach remains strong
New community radio stations are set to launch in Herne Bay, Gravesham, the Isle of Sheppey and Brighton.
Ofcom has awarded six more community radio licences in Hampshire.
Ofcom wants applications by October 25th from community groups wanting to operate a radio station within the M25.
Five more community radio stations have been granted licences, including Kennet Radio in Newbury and Andover Radio.
Ipswich Community Radio is in significant breach of its licence after failing to record its output.