Over 250 people attended a Radio Masterclass event focussed on providing support and advice for young people especially from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Commercial radio and the BBC, in conjunction with Creative Access, are running an event aimed at young BAME people looking to get into the radio industry.
A new radio conference for Asia has been officially announced by the organisers of Radiodays Europe.
Radiocentre is heading to Glasgow in February with a free morning of radio conversation and information at the Everyman Theatre.
Singer Tony Hadley is to headline Mike Sweeney’s Children in Need Extravaganza at The Lowry Theatre on Thursday 6 December.
The BBC is recording a special edition of the Media Show with Media Editor Amol Rajan in front of an audience at the BBC Radio Theatre.
Radio professionals from all over the world gathered in Malta this week to celebrate radio and music at the International Radio Festival.
Technical and engineering conference Radio TechCon is launching two bursary schemes to help people from a range of backgrounds attend the event.
BBC Radio 1, BBC 1Xtra, Jazz FM, MiSoul, Fun Kids, United DJs, Hits Radio and Flex FM are just some of the radio stations taking part in the International Radio Festival in Malta this year.
Two new sessions have been unveiled for Segue next week: ‘Does Radio Have Passion For Music?’ and ‘Successful Song Writing for Radio’.
GOLD! Tony Hadley and Sophie Ellis-Bextor will perform for the radio industry at this year's ARIAS in Leeds.
The event for radio producers and voice-overs, VOX, will go ahead this year after all with a date set for November 24th 2018.
If you missed the Next Radio conference 2018, all the sessions are now available to watch free of charge on the Next Radio website.
The first Audiotrain event, hosted by Audio UK, will see Griefcast’s Cariad Lloyd and a selection of winners from the 2018 British Podcast Awards talk about their approach to podcasting and share some…
Radio broadcaster Janice Long will be in conversation with David Lloyd at The Radio Academy’s Segue Expo in Leeds on Thursday October 18th.
Digital Radio UK has confirmed the final conference agenda for Drive to Digital 2018: The Future of Radio.
More speakers have been announced for the International Radio Festival taking place in Malta next month.
Matt and Polly from Capital South Wales will announce the nominations for this year's Audio and Radio Industry Awards from the Next Radio conference in London on September 17th.
Radio TechCon's topics this year include Touchscreen studios, creating Arthur Dent’s Vogon spaceship and ensuring radio sounds at its best on smart speakers.
talkRADIO's Iain Lee and Katherine Boyle have been confirmed as speakers at this year's Next Radio conference.
The Radio Academy’s national radio and audio event, Segue is returning to Leeds this October 17th and 18th for its second year.
Sheffield’s youngest ever Lord Mayor, Magid Magid, will help present a day of talks, films, workshops and discussions about the future of media.
A headline session at the upcoming Drive to Digital 2018 Conference will look at the growth in podcasting, its impact on digital listening, and the future of the medium.
Chris Stevens took a trip to Philly for the Podcast Movement 18 event. Here's his report for eRADIO and RadioToday.
Gethin Jones, co-host of the new Hits Radio Breakfast Show, will host the Drive to Digital 2018 – The Future of Radio conference in September.
More speakers have been announced to speak at this year's Next Radio conference in London.
Broadcasters and podcasters around the world are gathering in Philadelphia this week for the Podcast Movement conference.
A reunion for all staff at the launch of Century 105 in the North West has been planned by former management.
The Scotland branch of the Radio Academy is holding a free event to discuss radio coverage of Scotland's game.
The annual digital radio event, Drive to Digital, will see Bob Shennan, Dee Ford and Margot James address delegates this year.
This year's Next Radio event in London will feature around 24 speakers talking about radio's past present and future.
Organisers of the UK radio industry's technical and engineering event, Radio TechCon, have announced the date for 2018.
The full line-up for this year’s Radio Festival is now revealed, with BBC Radio 1’s Charlie Sloth and MP, Damian Collins, added to the bill.
The final line-up for Radio Audio Week has now been announced and includes the Radio Festival, Radiocentre's Tuning In conference and the British Podcast Awards.
The International Radio Festival is returning for its 9th edition and will take place in Valetta, Malta from 25th October to 4th November 2018.
Radio's importance in public debate will be covered in a session featuring Vanessa Feltz, Nigel Farage and Julia Hartley-Brewer at next month's Radio Festival in London.
Digital Radio UK is bringing back the Drive to Digital conference for another year - on Tuesday 25 September.
Dave Berry and Margot James MP announced as speakers for Radiocentre’s Tuning In 2018 conference
More sessions and special guests announced for this year's Radio Festival, including Gillian Reynolds and Cerys Matthews.
The Community Radio Awards are to return for a third year, celebrating the best of the community radio sector.
The RadioToday Programme will be created live on stage at the Nations and Regions Conference at MediaCityUK next week.
BBC 6 Music presenter Lauren Laverne has been announced as the host for this year's Radio Festival, taking place in London on 15th May.
The radio comedy session at this year's Nations and Regions Media Conference at MediaCityUK will include Diona Doherty as one of the panelists.
The talking points from Radiodays Europe includes smart speakers taking over the world, the death of DAB and even the end of radio as we know it.
Edinburgh’s radio industry gathered at a special event to celebrate the city’s vibrant radio scene on Thursday evening.
Successful women in radio will take centre stage at the 24th Nations and Regions Media Conference next month.
The local and national digital radio scene will be discussed at a free radio event in Edinburgh next week.
A new sequence of events dubbed Radio Audio Week will take place in London this May, from the 14th to 19th.
Global presenters Roman Kemp, Myleene Klass and Rochelle Humes have been announced as hosts of The Global Awards.
The University of Salford’s Nations and Regions Media Conference is being hosted by Radio 1 presenters Katie Thistleton and Jordan North this year.