The Radio Academy Radio Festival is taking place on May 23rd this year, moving from its usual Autumn date.
Stephanie Hirst to host a late late Christmas Quiz.... in February!
The event, on Thursday 23 February, is starting at 6pm at the 29 Private Members' Club in central Glasgow.
Glasgow’s digital radio scene will be celebrated at a special radio event - Doing the DAB - from Digital Radio UK in partnership with RadioToday.
Former BBC Director of Radio Helen Boaden will be speaking at the Sunderland University Media Centre on Monday 16 January in a Radio Academy event organised in association with the University.
Two Radio Academy events took place last week, each crowning a local radio station as the Christmas Quiz winners.
The event is taking place at 6pm on Thursday 8 December at Texture Bar in central Manchester.
Stephanie Hirst is to host the first Radio Academy South Christmas Quiz in Southampton on December 1st and everyone is welcome!
13 of the 16 awards went to the Corporation, whilst AudioBoom, SoundDigital and Hallam FM took home the remaining three. A number of radio groups didn't enter, including Nation and Global.
Jane Garvey, Stephanie Hirst and Rachel Steel have each been awarded a Fellowship of the Radio Academy.
The Radio Academy and ReelWorld have unveiled this year’s 30 people under the age of 30 who are tipped to be the industry’s next generation of talent.
The nominations for the 2016 Audio and Radio Industry Awards have been announced by Scott Mills and Pandora on behalf of the Radio Academy.
Rick Astley is joining the Kaiser Chiefs as performers at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards this year.
Radio 1’s Scott Mills and Kiss FM’s Pandora will announce the nominations for the first ever Audio and Radio Industry Awards on Monday September 19th at 12.10pm.
Helen Boaden, the BBC’s Director of Radio is confirmed to speak at this year’s Radio Festival, joining the Creative Economies session debating the BBC’s Compete or Compare initiative.
BBC radio presenter Sara Cox will host the upcoming ARIAs in Leeds, whilst Kaiser Chiefs and Gregory Porter are confirmed as entertainment.
Daily Telegraph Radio Critic and ARIAs judge Gillian Reynolds writes a guest blog post on the importance of awards to the industry and what it means for the listeners, the ultimate judges.
Sera Baker, new Radio Academy Intern, writes about the ReelWorld Radio Academy’s ’30 Under 30’ competition with two previous winners.
Radio X presenter Ricky Wilson will be in conversation with BBC Radio 2’s Jo Whiley at this year’s Radio Festival.
The latest event for the Radio Academy North West Branch, on Thursday 28th July 6pm, is focussing on presenters.