UKRD's KLFM has been named as East Anglia's best small radio station for the third year running.
Ofcom has awarded the re-advertised FM local commercial radio licence for Coventry to existing licensee Quidem, owners of Touch FM.
Quidem’s competitor for the Coventry licence Panjab Radio has come out fighting in its bid to serve the area’s 50,000 Asians.
Coventry’s 96.2 Touch fm has submitted its application for the renewal of its Coventry licence with Ofcom and declares “Our future is bright”.
Touch FM journalists have created a news special based on an HS2 poll on all the Quidem station websites to gauge listeners’ views.
Two declarations of intent have been made to Ofcom to apply for the local FM licence for Coventry, currently held by Quidem.
UTV, Quidem, GMG and Lincs FM among those joining radio appeal.
Heart and Capital owner has 15 nominations, Bauer has 13 and Absolute 11.
Leader of the House says the event should be replicated elsewhere.
Group shortlisted 8 times, while Bauer has 4 nominations and Global has 2.