Sound Women is taking its Tech Train on a tour of the UK, during Saturday afternoons in November and December.
Kamila Ceran chats about running an independent newstalk station in right-wing Poland and founder Maria Williams on why Sound Women is no more.
The organisation set up to represent women in radio is to close at the end of next year after five years of operating.
Sound Women is launching a new podcast which aims to celebrate, inspire and develop women who work in the industry.
Sound Women is to offer 10 Sound Women members the opportunity to be mentored by some of the most influential women in the industry.
Stephanie Hirst is one of the hosts for this year's Sound Women festival at New Broadcasting House in London.
Networking and development group Sound Women is back on tour next year, initially visiting Newcastle, Birmingham and Brighton looking for new members.
RadioCentre CEO Siobhan Kenny was one of the industry speakers welcoming the third anniversary of radio networking organisation Sound Women at an event at the House of Commons today.
The achievements of Sound Women will be celebrated by the BBC and commercial Radio at an event at the Houses of Parliament.
Three females from commercial and BBC Radio have been made patrons of Sound Women.
The keynote speaker at this week's Sound Women networking event has been announced..
Women who want to work in radio can find out about voice-over work, music presenting and pitching ideas in the latest Sound Women events.
Sound Women has re-launched its website offering more benefits to its fully subscribed members, including access to its mentoring scheme.
A new network initiative designed to increase the representation of women on air has been set up by the BBC.
Showing newcomers and career changers how to navigate their way into audio is the aim of Sound Women's next event.
An event focussed on helping women get a better wage is taking place in London next week, run by Sound Women.
Sound Women, the networking and development group for women in radio are holding a networking event in Glasgow.
Networking and development group Sound Women is offering two training sessions this autumn, aimed at helping women in audio further their careers.
BBC Director-General Tony Hall has said he wants to have half of the breakfast shows on Local Radio stations presented by women.
Newspaper journalist Eve Pollard is one of the speakers announced to appear at the first ever Sound Women Festival this Saturday. (more…)