The East of England
Celador's Group Programme Director Robert D’Ovidio has been appointed to the board of directors of Celador Radio and Anglian Radio.
Read BBC Director General's full speech about Local Radio at the 2017 Gillard Awards, including the announcement of a stop to budget cuts and the scrapping of the shared evening show across England.
BBC Tees presenter John Foster has left the station to spend more time with his family.
Mansfield 103.2 has signed up for a traffic and travel service from TfM.
All eyes are on BBC Local Radio as it turns 50 but the network is on a downward trend in audience figures.
The BBC's national and local radio stations are celebrating the 10th anniversary of BBC Introducing, which helps unsigned music acts get some airtime.
Ofcom has received two declarations of intent to apply for the local FM commercial radio licence for Ipswich.
KLFM 96.7 have announced a new rock show to its schedule on Wednesday nights, presented by Neil Jones.
Anglian Radio's five stations move to a new schedule today with Rob Chandler extending his breakfast show to Town 102 and Drean 100.
Heart Four Counties breakfast show co-presenters Stuart Miles and Katy Hill are leaving the station this Friday.
Celador's five radio stations in East Anglia are to become one as all programming is moved to Norwich.
David Bowie, Sandy Denny, John Peel, Alfie Boe and Factory Records are among the music legends honoured.
Former LBC, Capital and BBC Radio London presenter Anna Cookson is joining BBC Radio Kent to co-host the breakfast show.
Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester benefit concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio and various commercial radio stations this Sunday.
The former Town 102 Breakfast Show presenter is getting a regular BBC Radio Suffolk Saturday mid-morning show.
Celador now owns 26 radio stations following the purchase of Anglian Radio earlier this year.
Celador is putting Rob Chandler back on breakfast.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
It is too early to confirm any possible plans to rebrand any of the five stations.
Celador Radio has grown its station count by five with the purchase of The Beach, Dream 100, North Norfolk Radio, Radio Norwich and Town 102.