Aberdeen station Original 106 has been given permission by Ofcom to change its format, removing the requirement to play rock music, album tracks and target programmes at a male audience.
AudioSweets ID has created a new package of four jingles for its existing client station Original 106.
Ofcom is starting a consultation on a request from Original 106 to change its Format to appeal to more people in North East Scotland.
Original 106 has been celebrating ten years on-air with a cash giveaway of ten thousand pounds.
Original 106's Kiss the Car competition gave 21 listeners the chance to win a new Suzuki and ended up giving away two of them.
The stations will only be online, as the MD of the company believes the future of radio delivery is web-based rather than DAB.
Original 106 in Aberdeen launched a brand new jingle package today, custom made by Audio Sweets ID.
Craig McDonald, Original 106's afternoon drivetime presenter gets drunk on air!
Aberdeen's Original 106 has started its 9th consecutive Christmas Toy Appeal this week to help local families.
Original 106 has hired former Northsound One and Two presenter Craig McDonald as part of a new look to afternoons.
Northsound 1 has run into trouble with Ofcom after a Eurovision competition went wrong.
Station MD is setting up a new digital media company to work with radio industry.
Format change approved by Ofcom, but with one slight amendment to wording.
Former Tay FM man to swap breakfast in Aberdeen for drive in Edinburgh.
Whilst digital is making its mark, local FM radio is continuing to grow in local markets.
Format request change taken to consultation with public by Ofcom.
Former Emap and Original 106 man moves to Global Radio in Brighton.