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.
The winners at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards 2020 have been revealed at an event at the London Palladium.
A new stream named Radio 1 Dance will launch on BBC Sounds this spring 24 hours a day.
National digital station talkRADIO has been fined £75,000 after three complaints about former presenter George Galloway were upheld by Ofcom.
BBC's Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar is joining new digital station Times Radio to present the Drive Time show.
The Head of BBC Radio 2, Lewis Carnie, is leaving the station after 19 years.
Former BBC Radio 2 presenter Alex Lester is joining Bauer to host the weekday overnight show on Greatest Hits Radio.
Radiocentre has published new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Confirmed Industry Guidance which will help reduce long terms & conditions on radio ads.
The CMA has published additional findings in its investigation into Bauer owning the Wolverhampton licence for Signal 107.
The BBC has announced job cuts across the board including posts at BBC Radio 5 Live in a bid to save £80m by 2022.
Presenter Matthew Wright has tweeted he's "out of talkRADIO at the end of March" suggesting his contract will come to an end four months after it was extended.
Bauer Media is rolling out a networked drivetime show on most of its FM stations in Scotland and is also introducing more shared programmes on the Greatest Hits network.
The Times, The Sunday Times and Wireless have confirmed the launch of Times Radio will take place later this year.
Broadcaster and BBC Radio 4 presenter Nicholas Parsons has died at the age of 96 following a short illness.
Bauer is to close Rock FM's studios in St Paul's Square, Preston, and move all remaining programming to Manchester.
BBC political podcast Brexitcast is to finish later this month after two and a half years, RadioToday understands.
The Competition and Markets Authority has published a series of documents outlining responses to its investigation into the takeover of four local radio group by Bauer Media.
Tony Hall, Lord Hall of Birkenhead CBE, is standing down from the role of BBC Director-General this summer.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire is changing its name back to BBC CWR and making major schedule changes this spring.
talkSPORT has gained Ofcom approval to turn off seven medium wave transmitters across the UK.
The shortlist for this year's Radio Academy's ARIAs have been announced at an event at News UK headquarters in London.
Tony Hall has confirmed changes are coming to BBC Local Radio in a welcome speech at the BBC's new home in Cardiff.
The BBC says it is closing a further 18 medium wave transmitters across England, Scotland and Wales in the next stage of its plan to cut costs.
Former Editor and Head of Production for BBC Radio 1 Rebecca Frank is the new Content Director at KISS.
BBC Radio Ulster presenter Stephen Clements has died suddenly at the age of 47.
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Wireless has soft-launched Virgin Radio Groove using DAB+ in London and DAB in Scotland.