Chief Executive Officer of BBC Studios Tim Davie has been appointed as the 17th Director-General of the BBC.
talkRADIO's late night presenter Iain Lee says last night's show was his final programme on the station, after receiving the news that his contract isn't being renewed.
Times Radio will launch at 6am on Monday 29 June with Mariella Frostrup, Phil Williams, Carole Walker, Giles Coren and Hugo Rifkind joining the schedule.
Aled Haydn Jones has been appointed as the new Head of BBC Radio 1.
Wave FM will cease broadcasting in July to make way for Pure Radio Scotland.
A new initiative by the Radio Academy, backed by RadioToday, has been launched in support of the recently established Audio and Radio Emergency Fund.
The majority of the local radio licences bought by Bauer from UKRD, Wireless, Lincs FM and Celador last year will become Greatest Hits Radio from later this year under plans announced by the group.
BBC Radio 2 has announced Helen Thomas as its new Head of Station.
Bauer says it is going to close Radio City Talk later this Spring, after concluding that it is no longer financially viable to run.
Bauer has requested two new Approved Areas with Ofcom for the South of England and South West of England.
First Radio Sales is now fully owned by Bauer after Wireless sold its half of the company.
News bulletins from the BBC's 39 local radio stations in England - as well as national services in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - are being offered free to commercial radio stations who can't currently create their own.
The schedule for News UK's Times Radio will include Aasmah Mir, Stig Abell, Luke Jones, Jenny Kleeman, Matt Chorley and Cathy Newman.
Ronan O'Rahilly, the founder of the pirate station Radio Caroline has died at the age of 79.
The Competition and Markets Authority has lifted its 'hold separate' order, meaning Bauer is now able to communicate with - and make changes to - the stations acquired through the purchases of Lincs FM Group, Celador Radio, UKRD and the…
A number of commercial radio stations could close within months if help is not provided by the Government, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Commercial Radio has warned.
Ofcom will advertise licences for small-scale DAB in batches, starting with 25 local areas.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been put in place for a number of staff at various radio groups in the UK.
Radio stations are reinventing themselves during the coronavirus pandemic and being rewarded with record online listening figures as a result.
XS Manchester’s request of format change to rebrand as Capital XTRA has been rejected by Ofcom.
Alpha Radio and Durham Radio are now broadcasting the programmes of Sun FM after owner Nation Broadcasting acquired the licences.
Ofcom will take the current pandemic into account should stations not deliver their promised Format or Key Commitments over the next few months.
All BBC local radio stations are moving to a new schedule format with programmes in four-hour blocks every day, RadioToday can exclusively reveal. The new structure will see mornings 6am to 10am, daytimes 10am to 2pm and afternoons 2pm…
Radio News Hub is producing a daily 10-minute audio news round-up focussing on the current coronavirus pandemic.
This year's Radio Festival will not take place on May 18th due to the coronavirus.
Virgin Radio is paying tribute to presenter Pete Mitchell on Friday afternoon following the news of his sudden death.
The Competition and Markets Authority has given its approval to Bauer Media's takeover of around 50 radio station licences acquired by the purchase of four local radio groups last year.
The BBC has implemented a new policy for all visitors to the BBC requiring visitors, guests and contributors to declare themselves fit before entering its buildings.
This year's IRN Awards have been postponed in light of the current health risks associated with coronavirus COVID-19.
Radiodays Europe has been postponed until later this year due to the increasing health risks in many countries associated with Coronavirus COVID-19.