Community Radio News
Community radio station TCR FM in Tamworth did not close over the weekend as previously announced.
Tamworth community radio station TCR FM is to cease broadcasting after nearly eight years on the air.
The second annual Community Radio Awards were held on Saturday evening with Wycombe Sound 106.6 FM named Station of The Year 2017.
The Community Radio Awards takes place this Saturday in Bristol, hosted by last year’s Station of the Year winner, Ujima Radio and broadcast live on inRadio.
YO1 Radio started at 7am on Tuesday 12th September, aimed at people in York and the North Yorkshire area.
Preston's community radio station CityBeat 103.2 has been found in breach of its licence for a comment made about transgender people.
Awaaz FM station manager and presenter Rozi Sakhi Mughal has died just days after getting married.
See the full shortlists for this year's Community Radio Awards, being held in Bristol on 23rd September.
The UK's longest running annual RSL at Blackburn Rovers Football Club has ceased broadcasting this season.
Community radio station Erewash Sound has organised a variety show to help raise funds for a new studio and to support a local hospice.
Radio Dawn, a community radio station broadcasting to the Muslim community in Nottingham, has been found in breach of its licence for the broadcast of a Nasheed.
Three dozen hopeful groups want a new community radio licence from Ofcom.
Stone Radio has started streaming with programmes one day a week aimed at the Staffordshire town.
A consortium of ex-Q96FM employees and local Renfrewshire businessmen have applied for a community radio licence for Paisley.
Sheffield community radio station Iman FM will not be going back on air, after Ofcom revoked its licence for extremely serious breaches of the Broadcasting Code.
Former Star Radio presenter Neil Jones is moving his long-running Rock Show to Cambridge 105.
Only those in an area on the list of approved areas can apply at this time.
Community stations Saint FM, Beyond Radio and TCR FM have been found in breach by Ofcom following concerns they weren't complying with the requirements of their licences.
Lancashire community station has been found in breach of its licence by Ofcom after playing a song containing various uses of the F-word.
A community radio station in Sheffield is off-air after Ofcom suspended its licence.