Stuart Clarkson talks to UKRD Group CEO William Rogers about the news that Star Radio North East is closing.
Star Radio North East owner UKRD has reached an agreement with View TV Group to transfer ownership of the radio station.
Local Radio Day has been hailed “a great success and a strong foundation upon which to build for the years ahead,” by UKRD’s Chief Executive Officer, William Rogers.
More local radio stations have joined in with UKRD's plan to celebrate local radio on May 27th this year.
Friday 27th May is Local Radio Day for UKRD's 15 local stations, and the group is inviting other stations to get involved.
UKRD's recently appointed Group Programme Director, Dave Coull, has changed his title to Group Content Director.
Dave Coull has been promoted to Group PD at UKRD Group, replacing Phil Angell who left the company recently.
UKRD’s CEO, William Rogers, has welcomed the recent announcement contained in Radiocentre’s new policy document urging that there be no “enforced” switchover of local commercial radio stations to DAB.
The site is a move away from the traditional radio website design, using large images and bold colours.
UKRD Group has been told this week that it has once again been accredited with an “extraordinary” Three Star Rating for 2015 by the Best Companies organisation.
UKRD has celebrated the graduation of its first three “Future Leaders Programme” graduates at a private graduation dinner in London.
Eagle's AM licence on 1566 is now broadcasting the programmes of Premier Christian Radio after a sale was agreed on Friday.
It's the year of local brand extensions as we get ready for More Minster and Stray Extra from UKRD in Yorkshire.
James Woodward is the new Managing Director for Star Radio in Cambridge.
UKRD’s CEO is urging a cautious response to recent calls for further de-regulation and is to make representations to the industry regulator and politicians.
Pirate FM is about to get a sister station, 21 years after it first launched in the South West.
Ofcom is to extend the duration of advertised or readvertised local commercial analogue radio licences from seven to 12 years.
Trading is continuing to improve at private radio operator UKRD as the group declares an interim dividend to all shareholders.
UKRD has launched its own internal training programme for potential Managing Directors called the “Future Leaders Programme.”
The deadline for entering the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards is almost here - you have until 6pm Friday 7th March for submissions.