BBC Radio Humberside says it is disappointed not to be able to provide full match commentary on Hull matches.
Stone Radio has started streaming with programmes one day a week aimed at the Staffordshire town.
Digital radio station Fun Kids is claiming the title of World's Biggest Kids Podcaster, as it launches another all about reading.
XS Manchester has hired former BBC Radio Manchester sports commentator Ian Cheeseman.
Rachel Mallendar, Editor of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra is leaving the corporation for a new job at HarperCollins.
Trevor Dann hears from Radio 4 and 5 live's Jane Garvey about the open letter from more than 40 high profile women demanding action on the BBC gender pay gap.
Radio’s Q1 2017 share of display spend has grown to 5.6% from 5.5% in Q1 2016, according to Advertising Association/WARC Expenditure Report data.
A consortium of ex-Q96FM employees and local Renfrewshire businessmen have applied for a community radio licence for Paisley.
BBC Music Introducing is to host a new three-day event called Amplify at London's ExCel for all musicians and music obsessives.
Radio 4’s Controller Gwyneth Williams has today confirmed that Saturday Review will continue to be broadcast on the station.
Commercial radio clears another hurdle in its campaign to reform radio regulation.
Digital Radio UK's Drive to Digital conference will be chaired by upcoming Magic breakfast co-presenter Harriet Scott.
Sheffield community radio station Iman FM will not be going back on air, after Ofcom revoked its licence for extremely serious breaches of the Broadcasting Code.
BBC Radio Cymru says afternoon show presenter Andrew Thomas will return to his show next week following an internal investigation into comments he made at an event.
TV chat show host Trisha Goddard is joining BBC Radio London to host a series of shows over the summer.
Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus, Harry Styles and Pink are among the 21 acts who'll be on Radio 1 during Live Lounge Month.
Speakers from the BBC, Global and audioBoom are among the latest announcements for the Next Radio conference taking place in September.
Former Star Radio presenter Neil Jones is moving his long-running Rock Show to Cambridge 105.
Jonathan Agnew, Geoffrey Boycott, Greg James and more to take part in celebrity cricket match.
Kanshi Radio has been fined £17,500 for airing potentially offensive and harmful content.