JACKfm will take its breakfast show, JACK’s Morning Glory, on the road for a 27 hour live broadcast from the inside of an ice cream van for the longest day.
Wireless Group station Signal 1 has announced a massive promotional marketing campaign as it gives away a £10,000 prize fund.
Ofcom has put Big City Radio on notice and found it in breach of its licence for not providing enough locally-produced content.
LBC early morning presenter Steve Allen has dedicated an hour of his radio show to sharing stories and memories of Dale Winton.
BBC Radio Leicester is opening its doors to listeners to come and watch the return of the Six O’clock Show, the BBC’s first Asian radio show broadcast in English.
Major changes are heading to Bauer's Big City Network in June, including a new national station called Hits Radio broadcasting from Manchester.
Graham Coley, the founder and manager of Takeover Radio in Nottinghamshire, has died after a battle with cancer.
Gem 106 has been found guilty of not sticking to strict rules when running a competition with a £2,200 prize during the breakfast show.
The new "Jack with a twist" national radio station promised by Oxis Media last year appears to be an alternative version of Jack 3.
JACKfm and Union JACK have spent two and a half days broadcasting live from Helen & Douglas House in a 31-hour Radiothon.
Former Mercia, SAGA, Smooth Radio and BBC radio presenter Jeff Harris has died.
Free Radio Birmingham has introduced a new local daytime show whilst sister stations go networked from Manchester.
Geoff Lloyd is back on commercial radio next month with a series of six weekend programmes on DAB service Union JACK.
Wolverhampton community radio station 101.8 WCR FM is to broadcast an hour programme in memory of the late broadcaster Ed Doolan.
Andy Ashton is set to join Free Radio as Regional Content Director, replacing Mike Newman.
The team is celebrating the history of the station, and Station Manager Mark Edwards, who was there at the beginning has been looking back.
There hasn't been a Brummie on 96.4FM breakfast - and there'll be four of them!
Wireless Group is launching nine new permanent regional music radio stations, including three in Scotland on DAB.
Tamworth community radio station TCR FM is to cease broadcasting after nearly eight years on the air.
Sam and Amy are leaving the breakfast show in the Great East Midlands after 11 years.
Hamish Law has been appointed Sales Director whilst Amanda Dandridge is taking on the role of Sales Manager at JACK fm.
BBC WM breakfast presenter Alex Lester is to start a new show across five local radio stations in the West Midlands from next month.
Radio Dawn, a community radio station broadcasting to the Muslim community in Nottingham, has been found in breach of its licence for the broadcast of a Nasheed.
Wireless Group has appointed Sarah Henderson into the role of Group Music Scheduler for its local radio stations.
Stone Radio has started streaming with programmes one day a week aimed at the Staffordshire town.
Together these new transmitters will reach 250,000 listeners throughout the area which was celebrated at a special event at Brownlow Primary School in Melton Mowbray.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
Stephanie will be responsible for the Virgin Radio playlist and also booking artists for live sessions, special events and outside broadcasts.
Former Free Radio Birmingham breakfast co-host Gemma Hill has replaced Rachel New on Heart Breakfast in the West Midlands.
Across one week, taking in Essex, Leeds, Oxford, Birmingham and Brighton, he’ll be finding out what makes some of the smallest music venues in the country some of the most important.
There's a new weekend schedule at Gem 106 with Jo Russell, Kam Kelly and more.
New Style Radio 98.7 FM in Birmingham has been found in breach of the Broadcasting Code for broadcasting grime songs of a violent nature.
Sara Cox, Jo Whiley, Annie Mac, Charlie Sloth and more are running a host of live gigs and music workshops in Birmingham ahead of the BBC Music Awards.
Ofcom has re-awarded the local commercial radio licence for Telford to talkSPORT Ltd, operators of Signal 107.
This year's Arqiva Hall of Fame Lunch is moving from the Savoy in London to Birmingham.
Orion Media is continuing its partnership with the Birmingham Ormiston Academy (BOA) for its annual live music concert in Birmingham.
A number of local UTV radio stations have secured deals with their local football clubs to provide full commentary.
Our regular round-up of local radio RAJAR figures continues, and includes interesting figures for Bauer's new City 3 network.
Signal 107 has formed a partnership with Wolverhampton Wanderers that sees the station become the official commercial broadcast partner for the next three seasons.
Signal 107 and Fusion Radio are the two radio stations proposed for the expiring Telford FM commercial radio licence.
Free Radio Birmingham drive time team Jo and Sparky are moving to host the breakfast show in Wolverhampton, The Black Country & Shropshire.
UTV says the strategic review of its 13-station local radio division in Britain is still ongoing, as it announces an increase in overall group revenues for the first 3 months of 2015.
Ofcom has received two declarations of intent to apply for the local commercial radio FM licence for Telford.
Three groups who were all turned down for an FM licence have come together to apply for a small-scale DAB multiplex.
Former BRMB and BBC WM presenter Les Ross and ex-Beacon host Stuart Hickman are joining Wolverhampton's community radio station WCR FM.
UTV suggests the loss of local radio stations in the West Midlands if they are not reawarded the Wolverhampton licence.
Ofcom has awarded three new community radio licences in Wolverhampton, Coventry and Rutland.
A new package of jingles has been created by Sandy Beech and Dave Bethell for the UTV Radio network of stations. Hear it first on RadioToday.
The Bradford & Huddersfield will be getting two extra services in the next few weeks - Panjab Radio and Asian Sound Radio.
Capital changes as Rob Howard moves from drivetime in the North East to Breakfast in Birmingham.