Dublin-based Communicorp Media has sold all of its seven radio stations in Bulgaria, according to local reports.
Switzerland is the latest country to launch its own version of the Radioplayer platform, including web player and apps for iOS and Android.
The UK’s Naval Support Facility in Bahrain now has its own radio station, as Forces Radio BFBS Middle East goes on air for the first time across the base.
The International Radio Festival is returning for its 9th edition and will take place in Valetta, Malta from 25th October to 4th November 2018.
Hit 105 is in the headlines for asking Prince Charles if he travels with his own personal toilet seat.
Dutch radio station SLAM! has refreshed its sound this week with a new custom jingle package from ReelWorld.
The largest radio station owner in the US, iHeartMedia, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to reduce some of its $20 billion debt.
The BBC World Service and Norway’s NRK are joining forces on a new podcast-first production, Death in Ice Valley.
Bauer has appointed Veit Dengler to its executive board, with responsibility for the UK, USA, Australia and other countries.
The BBC has launched two new services this week - BBC Igbo and Yoruba - for Nigeria and the West and Central Africa region.
New radio company Border Media, set up by Aiir CEO Ricki Lee and his wife, has bought its first radio station - WRGR in Tupper Lake NY.
On The Sly has been working with Virgin Radio in Switzerland to create a new jingle package for one of its new spin-off stations. Have a listen to the jingles for Virgin Radio Rock on the RadioToday…
BBC World Service has signed a deal with GLR - a local radio station within the Arctic Circle.
National radio stations went fully digital in Norway on Wednesday 13th December, at 11:11.11am, after a year-long transition.
French regulator Le Conseil Supérieur de l’Audiovisuel has outlined its commitment to the success of DAB+ in France.
This gives Global an ad sales and ad tech footprint in the US and makes DAX the largest digital audio advertising platform in the world.
Jackie O was left to man the golden microphone by herself at KIIS 1065 in Sydney after Kyle stormed out of the studio.
Chris Stevens visits the RAB/NAB Radio Show in Austin and reports back for RadioToday.
Dutch broadcaster Radio Veronica has launched a new custom jingle package created by the team at ReelWorld at MediaCityUK.
A man held a woman hostage at 3FM in the Netherlands for a little more than an hour on Thursday before he released her and was arrested, Dutch police said.
The official start of switching off most radio services from FM has begun in Norway.
The countdown is on to the official start of digital radio switchover in Norway, beginning on January 11th at 11:11.11am.
It was quite literally car crash radio in Charlotte North Carolina as a car lost control and drove in to the studio glass wall.
A new studio complex for BFBS Germany has been officially opened in Sennelager.
Medium-wave transmitters for Deutschlandradio have been turned off in Germany, along with services in France and Luxembourg.
Australian radio presenter Mel Greig has secured her first full time radio job since leaving 2Day FM in Sydney.
After six years in Zurich, the International Radio Festival is moving to its new European home in Milan for 2016.
Bauer Media is looking at a $1 billion takeover of Southern Cross Austereo, according to a report.
Randy Phillips, CEO of Global Entertainment, is moving on to a new project within the LA-based company.
From RadioToday Australia: It took just over three years but Nova Entertainment’s smooth fm went to number 1 FM for the first time in Sydney and did it in style.
SIRIUS XM is to broadcast a two week special on Howard Stern's life and career, from his early days in college radio to his final broadcast on FM.
Radio X, the online radio station serving Brussels, will launch on DAB+ in Belgium this August.
A Danish radio station has hit the headlines around the world after killing a baby rabbit live on-air.
The proposed transition to (terrestrial) digital radio imply major risks and will probably not be profitable for the society, according to the national auditor Margareta Åberg.
National FM networks in Norway will leave FM and move to DAB only, starting in 2017.
Almost every second adult in Somalia is a BBC radio listener, a new survey has found.
Sydney's 2day FM could now face losing its licence or be temporarily taken off air after the High Court decision.
The BBC World Service English is to end medium wave radio services to Eastern Mediterranean on 1323kHz in April.
In Sweden, the DAB plan consists of a mutual launch, extension of the licenses for commercial radio to broadcast analogue and a conditional shutdown of FM transmissions. However, the proposal is met…
Just days after German public broadcaster ARD announced its commitment to a transition to DAB+, and weeks after Norway announced all criteria have been met for FM switch off in 2017, Sweden and…
Asia's radio industry website Asia Radio Today has been sold to Australian publisher radioinfo.
The BBC is working on the development of a new generation of hybrid radio with international partners in Europe, America and Australia.
Clear Channel, America's biggest radio operator with 840 radio stations in 150 markets, has rebranded as iHeartMedia.
This is how commercial radio in Australia unites and promotes DAB+.
AMP Radio in Calgary has dropped the Quickhitz format it flipped to just three weeks ago.
Radio Disney in America is selling 23 of its AM radio stations whilst keeping just one station in Los Angeles - KDIS AM.
UTV is expanding internationally with the launch of talkSPORT 540 - a new mediumwave station licensed by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa.
Two presenters at a radio station in Australia have got their April Fool's stunt in early as they wind-up station bosses during the breakfast show.
A new radio format has launched in the States by radio programmer Jason Kidd, called.. Smash Hits.
San Francisco's Latino Mix 105.7 has been playing Nelly's It's getting Hot in Herre on a loop ahead of a rebrand to Hot 105.7.