Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
Former daytime presenter Simon Greening has been promoted to Content Controller as Radio City.
Radio City has signed a deal to be the official radio partner for the Echo Arena Liverpool.
New shows for Alex James and Darren Spence on Bauer's City 1 network.
The new schedule for Radio City 2 includes Simon Ross on Breakfast and Pete Price at night.
The date has been set for Radio City 2 to move from 1548AM to 105.9FM after Ofcom approved the switch last month.
Ofcom has given the go ahead for Radio City 2 and Radio City Talk to swap frequencies.
But instead of placing a free vacancy ad on RadioTodayJobs.com, they are asking the public to submit video demos.
Radio City is launching a new Football Legends Phone-In show as part of a new look sports schedule for the forthcoming season.
A Huyton couple have had their wedding broadcast live on the Radio City Breakfast Show with Leanne and Dave.
There are more changes at Radio City in Liverpool as the station reportedly decides to end commentary of local football matches.
Bauer Media has submitted a request to change Radio City 2 to FM and City Talk to AM in Liverpool.
Rita Ora has pulled out of singing at Key 103's Summer Live concert but will instead appear at Radio City's event of the same name.
Bauer Media's local radio stations raised more than half a million pounds for their Cash for Kids charities on Friday, with Ant and Dec hosting the breakfast show on Metro Radio.
The Bauer station will turn off all its lights except the '96' from its logo.
The Bauer Academy has managed to secure funding for four people to train as broadcast journalists at Radio City in Liverpool
Radio City turned 40 years old last week, and on Friday night previous staff teamed up with current employees for a celebration of radio in Merseyside. (more…)
Magic will disappear from medium wave radios from next year, as Bauer Media announces a major shuffle of its Place portfolio brands.
What happens when the city centre zip wire, sponsored by your station, gets stuck with your breakfast presenter on it?
A number of radio stations marked 100 years since Britain joined the First World War yesterday by turning the studio and building lights out.