Stuart Clarkson talks to UKRD Group CEO William Rogers about the news that Star Radio North East is closing.
Emil is set to join the radio station for his first show on Tuesday 3rd January.
It's all change at Star Radio North East as Wes Stakes joins the UKRD station to host the breakfast show from June 27th.
Star Radio Programme Controller Simon Nicks is heading to Bauer to be the new Content Controller at Hallam FM.
The site is a move away from the traditional radio website design, using large images and bold colours.
With a large Chinese community in Cambridge, Star Radio decided to order a Chinese logo and change its online and on-air branding.
Cambridge are playing Manchester United in the FA Cup later so Star Radio has changed its colours to Amber and Black to match its local football team.
Listen: Cambridge and Ely's Star Radio has a new sound today with resings of the Real Radio 2011 jingle package.
James Woodward is the new Managing Director for Star Radio in Cambridge.
Star Radio Cambridge and Ely has appointed comedian Terry Gauci as its new Breakfast Show presenter.
"Radical overhaul" for Star Radio North East as a new new schedule focussing on local presenters is launched.
Former PD at Cealdor's Coast John Clayton is heading to the North East to take up the position of Managing Director at Star Radio.
Silk 106.9 breakfast presenter Andy Bailey has left the station after 10 years to look for a new challenge.
Great launch for JACK 2 and TFM keeps its audience after Metro merger.
Star Radio's Managing Director Mark Reason has left the station, and the nightly football phone-in has been cancelled.
Sacked Star Radio presenter Micky Horswill has turned up on fellow UKRD station Sun FM in Sunderland.
Breakfast show producer Kyle Wilkinson has been promoted to Programme Manager at UKRD station Star Radio North East.
Star Radio North East has unveiled its new footballing Legend, former Sunderland AFC great, Richard Ord aka “Dickie Ord”.
One of the Three Legends on Star Radio has said on his Facebook page that he has been sacked from the show. (more…)
Whilst TV stations spent 24 hours live from a street in London waiting for the Royal Baby arrival, radio got a little more creative. (more…)