The annual search for talent from across the radio and audio industry got underway at this year’s Radio Festival with the launch of the ReelWorld Radio Academy 30 Under 30.
The Radio Academy has awarded six new Fellowships at the Radio Festival 2017.
The Radio Academy South Branch, covering Hampshire, Isle Of Wight, West Sussex and Dorset, is returning to the pub next week for its second Summer Social.
Josie Lawrence replaces Graham Norton at the event which was postponed following last month's terrorist attack in Manchester.
The Radio Academy's awards - the ARIAs - will be held at the First Direct Arena in Leeds again this year, with entries opening on 26th June.
Radio Academy CEO Roger Cutsforth tells Stuart Clarkson why the Radio Festival was postponed and Trevor Dann meets retired director of BBC Radio Helen Boaden & Radio 4's Jane Garvey to discuss…
The Radio Festival will now take place on June 21st after it was postponed earlier this week.
Scott Hughes, Radio City drive-time presenter, Pauline McAdam from BBC Radio Merseyside and Chris Rick from Radio City will join the panel.
BBC Radio 2 presenter Graham Norton will appear at the Radio Festival 2017 in conversation with Nicholas Parsons.
The Radio Academy London & SE branch's next "in conversation with...." series event is with Mixcloud's Xanthe Fuller.
Speakers included Caroline Martin, lunchtime host of BBC West Midlands and Ed James, host of Heart West Midlands’ Heart Breakfast with Ed & Gemma.
Jason Manford, Phil Jupitus, Vernon Kay, Jonathan Agnew and Shaun Keaveny join the schedule.
Nicola Thomson, former Group Director of Marketing at Global has joined the Radio Academy as an independent consultant.
Chris Tarrant, Greg James and Nicholas Parsons are the first speakers to be announced for this year’s Radio Festival.
BBC Radio 5 live Fighting Talk presenter Colin Murray will host this year's Radio Festival.
The Radio Academy London and South East Branch is putting on an event with radio presenter Liz Kershaw.
Doing the DAB Birmingham will celebrate the Birmingham radio market and the role digital radio has played in growing radio listening in Birmingham.
Former Magic and Capital presenter Neil Fox is to front an upcoming Radio Academy event in Bristol.
The event will be hosted by Radio Academy Midlands Chair Gareth Roberts on May 3rd.
Glasgow’s digital radio scene was celebrated at a special event, Doing the DAB, in the city centre on Thursday evening.