Medium wave services carrying Greatest Hits Radio in Lancashire, Manchester and Leeds, plus Magic in Humberside are being switched off.
Scott Mills and Chris Stark are hosting another 24 hour LOLathon on BBC Radio 1 for Red Nose Day 2021.
The first of many Small Scale DAB multiplex licences have been awarded by Ofcom this morning.
A website offering aggregated content from the web and social media has launched to help radio presenters and producers.
Community station Platform B has launched a brand new youth-led breakfast radio show in Brighton.
Over 50 community radio stations have been awarded with a share of cash to help them continue broadcasting throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
John Barnes in joining Rossendale Radio in Lancashire for a weekend show after a 20-year career at the BBC and many more in commercial radio.
A new online radio station for Runcorn and Widnes called RAW Radio is launching soon in North Cheshire.
Global owner Michael Tabor has just taken an 8.8% share in America's largest radio company.
Tributes have been paid to radio presenter, producer, executive, and lecturer Fred Marden who has sadly died at the age of 55.
Bauer Media has asked Ofcom for permission to put Greatest Hits Radio on 105.8FM in London, replacing Absolute Radio.
Kid Jensen is joining the team at Jazz FM to host a six-part series about his love for jazz music and to highlight the work of Parkinson’s UK.
Six of the projects funded from the recent Winter Loneliness Audio Content Fund are being offered to community radio stations for free.
BBC Radio Solent's Breakfast in Dorset presenter Steve Harris has been making headlines after a simple request on Twitter.
Clara Amfo has been unveiled as the ambassador for the Dulux Colour of the Year 2021, Brave Ground.
Imaging Blueprint has released some audio plugins designed for radio imaging and created with radio producers & voice overs in mind.
Greatest Hits Radio Drivetime is going networked with Scala Radio presenter Simon Mayo joining the schedule full time from March 15th.
Daytime presenters from BBC Radio 2 have been dressing up ahead of the station celebrating musicals this weekend.
Pat Sharp's book, released before Christmas, has sold many copies in hardback and audiobook so far.
James Purnell, former Director of Radio and Music, will not be replaced at the BBC cutting out a layer of management from the organisation.