Former Heart Essex weekend presenter Harvey Lee is joining Radio Essex to host weekday afternoons starting on 7th October.
Russian language service Radio Matryoshka has been found in breach of Ofcom rules for offensive language in a song.
Heidi Dawson has been appointed as the new Controller of BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra.
Gibraltar's independent commercial radio station, Rock Radio, has signed up Radio News Hub to receive a tailored local news and weather service.
Rutland Radio’s Rob Persani has cycled 40 miles to raise money for charity.
This week we’re at Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, chatting to presenters OJ Borg, Rev Kate Bottley, Trevor Nelson, Craig Charles and Jeremy Vine.
A reunion to celebrate 25 years since Kiss 102 launched in Manchester has been planned.
7digital has conditionally raised gross proceeds of £1.88 million through a subscription of 937,900,000 new ordinary shares.
Ofcom has received two applications for the DAB digital radio multiplexes covering North Lancashire, Cumbria and parts of South West Scotland.
BBC Radio 4 Today Programme presenter John Humphrys has hosted his final edition of the programme, with guests including former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron as well as the BBC…
A team of Coastguard volunteers, Morecambe’s ‘Sooty man’ and a headteacher who appeared on Britain’s Got Talent are among the 10 winners of the BBC Radio Lancashire Community Heroes Awards 2019.
BMW is the latest automotive manufacturer to announce that it has integrated the RadioDNS open standards into its vehicles.
A group of presenters dressed as superheroes to take on a fundraising assault course challenge has raised over £300.
Presenter Mike Shaft will give the opening address at the 2019 Community Media Conference at MediaCityUK in Salford on Saturday 28th September.
The Radio Academy and ReelWorld have unveiled this year’s 30 under 30 list.
Fix Radio is planning to hand out twenty-pound notes in celebration of National Tradesman’s Day this week.
BBC Radio Scotland is to simulcast the weekly television discussion show Debate Night followed by a new discussion programme, Debate Night Extra.
Radio and digital audio advertising specialist RadioWorks Group has appointed Richard Dennis-Jones as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).
Absolute Radio’s Hometime show is to be shared across the other Absolute-branded stations, with 7 separate playlists.
Gary Davies talks to RadioToday about Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park this weekend as well as his ‘accidental’ return to national BBC Radio over the last couple of years.
Former Q Radio Breakfast Show presenter Stephen Clements is joining BBC Radio Ulster to host the mid-morning slot.
Bauer has crowned Absolute Radio as the National Station of the Year at its annual awards event in London.
Ofcom has approved the request from Communicorp UK's Connect FM to share all programmes with Smooth Radio East Midlands.
Gary Stein, Group Programme Director, Hits Radio Network, explains for RadioToday why the North of England is fast becoming ad land’s new sweet spot.
Jimmy Carpenter and Summaya Mughal are joining up to present a brand new Drive show together on BBC Radio Leicester from Monday 16 September.
CEO of the Beasley Broadcast Group, Caroline Beasley, is lined up to speak at this year's Drive to Digital event.
Bauer is moving James Brownlow to Manchester to oversee programming on the Hits Radio Network in the North West, with David Salt replacing James in the West Midlands.
Stray FM’s “How Big Is Your Bauble?” has returned to the station bringing together local people and businesses to raise money for the town’s Christmas lights.
There are four new regular programmes being added to the BBC Radio 3 schedule, whilst new presenters are also joining the station.
Kelvin MacKenzie's London sports station Love Sport Radio has announced it will broadcast nationally via SDL by the end of the year.
DAX has signed an exclusive advertising agreement with content creator, producer and distributor Endemol Shine Group across its self-produced and self-funded podcasts.
Monty Panesar is joining Panjab Radio for a new show each weekend.
talkSPORT has launched its first dedicated women’s football show and the only dedicated weekly women’s football show on commercial radio.
There's a new addition to the talkRADIO weeknight schedule as Darryl Morris takes over from Paul Ross, who moves to talkSPORT.
Open auditions are to take place across England and the Channel Islands for BBC local radio’s new talent search.
Union JACK is launching a live breakfast show each weekday morning with Student Radio Awards winner Adam English.
Stephanie Hirst is to broadcast her BBC Radio Leeds show live from Café Mambo in Ibiza this Friday.
BBC Television presenter Matt Baker is covering Breakfast on Magic this week for Ronan Keating.
Christian Smith is to re-join Global from Virgin Radio and Al Smith has been appointed Managing Editor at Capital XTRA.
Trevor Dann hosts the RadioToday Roundtable for September 2019 with guests Caroline Raphael (AudioUK) Chloe Straw (We Are Grape) and Nicky Birch (BBC and Rosina Sound).
Radio X Head of Music and Deputy Programme Director Mike Walsh is leaving the station later this month, after 18 years with the same company.
BBC Radio Manchester is to broadcast live from a high street shop in Wythenshawe for a week in September.
The Regional Managing Director for Bauer’s radio stations in Northern Ireland, Mark Mahaffy is leaving the business after twelve years.
Former Gold breakfast presenter Tony Dibbin is joining Absolute Radio 70s for a new morning show.
The BBC will withdraw the iPlayer for Radio app this month in a bid to move users over to the newer BBC Sounds platform.
The Swiss radio industry is planning to gradually phase out analogue radio broadcasting via FM by the end of 2024 at the latest.
It's all change at BBC Radio Scotland with new presenters on weekday breakfast, lunchtime and drivetime.
talkRADIO has hired fellow News UK employee Giles Coren to host a show every Sunday evening from 7-10pm.
Take That singer Howard Donald has joined the line-up of speakers for Radiocentre’s upcoming event in Manchester.
Global has made a series of senior programming appointments following its announcement that James Rea is to become its new Director of Broadcasting.
A special episode of the podcast You, Me and The Big C has been released to mark the first anniversary of the death of Rachael Bland.
Scala Radio presenter Penny Smith will Chair this year's Drive to Digital event at the British Library.
Virgin Radio’s James Grove has been promoted to Group Head of Music.
James Rea has been promoted to Director of Broadcasting at Global, replacing Richard Park who stepped down due to health issues recently.
Tributes have been paid to current United DJs presenter Les Adams who died suddenly yesterday.
Wisebuddah has appointed BBC operations exec Adam Mart to the role of MD Studio Operations.
Absolute Radio will promote Holiday Inn & Holiday Inn Express ahead of the station's upcoming comedy night at the London Palladium.
Fleur East, Greg Burns and James Barr are to host a new Saturday morning show across the Hits Radio Network in England.
A number of possible redundancies and a new partnership with Global have been announced at Quidem stations in the Midlands today.
Smooth Radio is launching its national Drive show with Angie Greaves this week as a number of regional presenters leave the network.
British radio presenter Ben Weston is co-hosting Breakfast on a new Virgin Radio branded station in Lebanon.
One of Global's lesser-known radio services, The Arrow, has quietly closed down and played its last track.
Smooth Chill is the latest new radio station from Global - replacing the almost 15-year-old Chill service.
Global's country music playlist Smooth Country is getting upgraded and going on DAB in a number of places across the UK.
ASDA has changed the supplier of its in-store radio stations from KVH Studios to Mood Media.
James Ross talks to speakers at RadioDays Asia which has been taking place in Kuala Lumpur this week.
Radio folk are invited to take part in a special edition of Popmaster with Ken Bruce in London.
Capital XTRA is to get its own spin-off station on Monday as Capital XTRA Reloaded goes national on DAB digital radio.
BBC Proms in the Park will once again be opened by BBC Radio 2 presenter Tony Blackburn to warm up the crowd.
Danny Matthews, former breakfast show presenter at The Bay and Heart North Lancashire & Cumbria, has joined an online station for Morecambe.
David Lloyd has been announced as the newest member of the Audio Content Fund’s independent funding panel.
Global will launch Heart 70s on national DAB digital radio tomorrow with former Smooth and Heart presenter Carlos on Breakfast.
BBC Radio 2 will celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Abbey Road album with Radio 2 Beatles, a four-day pop-up DAB radio station.
Whipps Cross Hospital Radio in east London is marking 50 years of providing entertainment to patients this September.
Twenty-six separate complaints about LBC's output in the last month have been dismissed by Ofcom because they did not raise issues warranting investigation.
EAVA FM in Leicester has been found in breach of its Key Commitments for not serving its intended audience during the month of Ramadan.
Global is transforming its Heart 90s playlist service into a full national radio station on DAB, with Kevin Hughes hosting breakfast.
Channel 103 has hired Pat Sharp for a week of warm-up shows ahead of the Jersey Weekender Festival where he is appearing.
Global has taken the decision to remove a song from the Gold playlist after a complaint was made to Ofcom.
Bauer Media has appointed former BBC and Wisebuddah producer Maria Williams as Podcast Editor.
Sam FM Bristol has been found in breach of the Ofcom Code for airing a song with a swear word in it.
Over 300 radio and audio professionals are gathering at the Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia today and tomorrow for the first-ever Radiodays Asia.
A new insider's guide to presenting and producing powerful content for broadcast and podcast has been written by David Lloyd.
Triple M in Coffs Coast Australia is heading to London for a special week of broadcasting.
The next Radio Academy event by the Scotland Branch will look at the careers of some of the creative and inspiring women who work in the radio industry in Scotland.
Jersey-based Channel 103 has helped listeners obtain the use of a new car after they saw theirs had been written off.
A new audio content service from Communicorp-owned Voiceworks is offering updates from all 20 Premier League Clubs on smart devices.
Bauer's response to the Competitions & Markets Authority to try and avoid its current investigation going to Phase 2 has been made public by the CMA.
Bob Harris will be back on BBC Radio 2 to host his country show from September 19th 2019.
A donation of £1,275.41 has been made to a children's charity by More Radio.
Former Nation Radio breakfast co-host and Jack FM presenter Rachel Chew has been hired by Hi FM in Oman to team up with Chris Birks on Drive.
Entries are now open for this year’s Audio Production Awards ahead of a gala awards evening at BFI Southbank on 28th November.
Capital XTRA is putting Yinka Bokinni and Shayna Marie Birch-Campbell on weekday breakfast.
Former Heart Kent weekend presenter Claire Lawson is joining kmfm to host two weekend shows.
Four drag queens are taking over BBC Radio Manchester for one day to celebrate Manchester Pride.
Ahead of network changes at Smooth Radio, one of the station's longest-serving presenters has left.
Four years after launching a small-scale DAB multiplex in Portsmouth, Ash Elford writes for RadioToday about the experience so far.
Sam Bailey, Chair of the ARIAS 2020, tells us about the plans for the return of the Radio Academy’s annual awards ceremony in London early next year.
Bauer has made some changes to its programming team at KISS following the sudden departure of Andy Roberts.
Chorley FM has closed down and handed its community radio licence back to Ofcom after almost 20 years of operating.