Sir Hossein Yassaie is heading back to Pure as Chairman.
Ten years after the closure of Capital Disney, those who were involved are planning to celebrate its short life.
The Radio Academy London & SE branch's next "in conversation with...." series event is with Mixcloud's Xanthe Fuller.
JACK 3 starts this Friday, May 12th, at 9am with what bosses claim will be the largest playlist in local UK radio.
Global has appointed James Robinson as Producer of the Chris Moyles Show on Radio X, replacing Dave Masterman.
It's a substantial change in its broadcasting strategy but many of the regular programmes will continue.
Steve Hewlett had been hosting the show since 2008 but sadly passed away earlier this year.
Radio Manchester's afternoon show will play the songs inspired by the fictional radio station for three hours.
Spence Macdonald has left Communicorp to host networked lates for the Wireless Group.
Forever FM hasn't quite managed to live up to its name - it has closed down within a few days of opening.
A new television commercial is at the centre of the latest marketing campaign from Bauer to promote Magic Radio.
Summer programmes on BBC Radio 2 include the return of Alan Carr and Mel Sykes with a season of live Saturday morning summer specials for a ten-week run.
This station has been found in breach of its licence after playing two songs with offensive language in.
A new digital radio station has launched today allowing users to create and upload their own radio programmes.
Former Q103 breakfast, Horizon Radio and Virgin Radio presenter Helen Legh is joining MKFM in Milton Keynes.
The station will launch at 7am on Wednesday 26th April and will give away 20,000 bacon butties over the first 40 days of broadcasting.
BBC Radio 3 will stream the entire season in the highest audio quality the BBC has ever broadcast.
London's new Capital Breakfast show will be presented by Roman Kemp and Vick Hope from May 2nd.
BBC Radio 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne is taking her mid-morning radio show to Huddersfield on 21 April.
Bauer Media has revealed it raised over £21.8 Million during 2016, supporting 560,000 kids.