The Radio Academy will be celebrating International Women’s month with a special networking event and panel discussion on gender equality and diversity in the media.
Imagine Radio has been acquired by Like Holdings and Helius Media as a joint venture.
The Radio Times has named what it considers to be the '30 greatest radio shows of all time' - but every single one is a BBC programme.
Ofcom has decided not to impose any additional requirements on the BBC following a consultation on its commissioning activities.
Ofcom has received a request from Love Sport and Panjab Radio to swap the format of each licence.
Dixi Stewart, Grace Hopper and Philippa Ayott have been picked to join the Radio Academy board following a vote by the charity's members.
Chris Evans has told listeners to his Virgin Radio breakfast show that Wireless' talkRADIO is going to rebrand as talkNEWS - and suggested Nick Ferrari and John Humphrys would be great signings.
Wireless has sold its local radio stations in England and Wales to Bauer Media.
Communicorp has made its first radio acquisition with the purchase of Connect FM in Kettering and Heart in Hertfordshire from Adventure Radio.
Hits Radio in Manchester continues its downward trend in the latest listening figures, and now has 271,000 weekly reach compared with 325,000 last quarter.
Radio's total reach has dropped more significantly in London over the past 12 months, with the BBC seeing audience drops across almost all its networks.
The last three months of digital radio listening in 2018 remained almost the same quarter on quarter, with a slight increase from 52.4% to 52.6%.
The quarterly RAJAR Infographic is here with all the data you need for Q4, 2018, including All Radio Listening, Average Hours Per Listener and Digital Platforms.
The latest Quarter 4 2018 listening figures for UK radio stations show a number of changes this time round.
Simon Mayo has responded following industry criticism of his comments about local radio in a recent magazine interview.
Nation Broadcasting is continuing to expand in England with the purchase of five more radio licences.
Bauer leads the commercial radio groups with 23 nominations for this year's IRN Awards, just ahead of Global's 19.
Bauer Media has bought itself 33 new analogue radio stations and three digital services after buying Lincs FM Group and Celador Radio, but will sell some of those for competition reasons.
Bauer Media Group has bought Lincs FM Group, which comprises of nine licences across Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Rutland.
Bauer Media has bought all of Celador's radio stations, which includes 25 analogue stations and two digital services.
The Young ARIAS, a new awards scheme celebrating radio and audio created by under 18s are now open for entries.
Global's Director of Broadcasting Richard Park is said to be 'doing very well' following an emergency operation last weekend because of a small bleed around the brain.
The BBC says it rejects the headline findings of a report by academics at the University of Kent into the levels of news and current affairs output on Radio 5 live.
BBC Local Radio is changing its music policy in a bid to increase community visibility and appeal to younger audiences.
A complaint against George Galloway on talkRADIO has been upheld by Ofcom.
BBC Music Introducing and Abbey Road Studios are to work together on a special project to support emerging musical talent in the UK.
Bauer is taking Absolute Radio 90s off the D1 national DAB multiplex again after just a year, and replacing it with Kisstory.
The latest accounts filed by Global show sales revenues grew 28% to £388m, with earnings up 34% to £104m in the year to March 2018.
The Imaging Days conference is returning for 2019, with New York radio DJ and presenter Broadway Bill Lee lined up for a session.
Simon Mayo is returning to daily radio with Bauer from 4th March as host of mid mornings on a new classical music station called Scala Radio.
Chris Evans returned to the radio this morning with the same show, different station.
The BBC is launching a UK wide search to find the next new, passionate and distinctive voices in podcasting.
Bauer is taking heat Radio off national DAB and removing presenters, turning it into an online-only station.
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.
Radio By Deezer is a new free app launched on the Android platform providing access to 30,000 radio stations worldwide.
BBC Director of England Helen Thomas has said BBC Local Radio will "own local conversations and reflect life in modern England" as part of changes announced to staff today.
Global has dropped an advert for an unpaid internship opportunity and says there is an ongoing review of such positions at the UK's biggest commercial radio company.
Ofcom says it is 'minded to approve' a request by Global Radio to change the 'approved areas' under the updated localness guidelines.
BBC Radio 2's new breakfast show started this morning with Zoe Ball welcoming listeners old and new to the programme.
Last year, two of the five top ‘Grand Awards’ of the New York International Radio Festivals went to the UK, thanks to the BBC and TBI Media.
A new campaign from Radiocentre sets out to tackle the knock-on effect Brexit may have on UK advertising budgets.
Former Radio 1 breakfast newsreader makes switch to join Zoe Ball from next week.
Channel 4 has acquired full ownership of The Box Plus Network, buying the remaining 50% stake in the network that it did not previously own from Bauer.
Greatest Hits Radio has launched on FM, AM and DAB in a number of regions across the UK, with Mark Goodier joining the network for mid-mornings.
There's only one female presenter left at LBC, Beverley Turner points out after leaving her weekend show.
Bauer is to broadcast its own chart show each Sunday afternoon following its decision to drop the Official Big Top 40 from Global.
Bauer Media’s dedicated charity network is forecasted to raise £21,299,104 and support over 800,000 sick and underprivileged children in local communities across the UK in 2018.
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