Los Angeles radio station KBIG, operating as 104.3 MYfm has been served a Notice of Violation for missing a station ID.
This year's Radiodays Europe event in Berlin is expected to be the biggest yet with over 1000 participants from 50 countries involved.
Four weeks after Michael 'MC' Christian returned to air on Fox FM, Mel Greig will return to work at 2Day FM.
Much talked about 2Day FM will become 2Gay FM this Saturday in support of marriage equality and to celebrate Mardi Gras.
Radio expansion is on the cards at Bauer Media with its second purchase in a month, having just bought Radio Expres in Slovakia.
English broadcasts from the BBC World Service are being jammed in China, the BBC has claimed, suggesting the Chinese authorities are to blame.
A brief for a 30 second radio ad has turned into a very clever yet free 72 hour radio ad across various radio stations in New Zealand.
THe TT-only service operated by Manx Radio is to close after the Isle of Man Government ended financial support for it.
Australian prank caller and former 2DayFM presenter Michael Christian has returned to work at his former station Fox FM today.
News of a replacement show for Mel Greig and Michael Christian's Hot 30 Countdown has sparked reaction that they won't be returning to the Australian radio network.
A temporary classic rock station in Ireland, broadcasting at weekends for 15 weeks on FM and DAB, is also transmitting on AM in stereo.
After many days of flipping between formats, Cumulus Media has launched a country station on 94.7FM in New York City, called Nash 94.7.
Radio 2 in Holland have a new jingle package produced by Wise Buddah in London, just months after re-branding Radio 2 in the UK.
Radio content and syndication company Blue Revolution has teamed up with former Smooth Radio and Radio 1 presenter Mark Goodier for a weekly show.
A new radio specific subscription service aimed at radio producers has been started by Beds and Beats owner Dave Bethell.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority have opened a formal investigation into the broadcast of last weeks Prank Call on Sydney radio station 2DayFM.
2Day FM will start playing ads again from Thursday and donate all profits made from then until the end of 2012 to a memorial fund.
Presenter Robin Galloway has dropped all crank call spots and pulled on-air commercials for this years CD, possibly indefinitely, after recent events.
2DayFM radio presenters Michael Christian and Mel Greig have spoken on two evening television shows - A Current Affair and Today Tonight in Australia.
2DayFM owner Southern Cross Austereo has confirmed its position in a new media statement which says the Hot 30 show has been terminated.