A brief but firm insight into how the radio scene should look once the balance of power is more evenly spread. I speak as a former employee of major groups and now as an independent station owner. During the last few weeks, the…
James Purnell, Director BBC Radio & Education writes about Building a creative, diverse future for BBC Radio & Music.
The great Ray Charles once sang ‘(Night Time Is) The Right Time’. Ray, of course, was singing about getting his leg over, but I feel the same about radio.
When The Radio Authority licensed the first few Access Radio stations back in 2002, I wonder if they had any idea of the creativity, diversity and skills that would be unleashed.
In reaction to an opinion piece in a recent RadioToday newsletter about community radio breaches, the Community Media Association takes the opportunity to highlight just some of the good things going on.
Opinion: The BBC is required to publish its annual plan each year. Just as with every broadcaster, however – and every industry – this year’s is atypical.
Love Sport Radio owner Kelvin MacKenzie is calling for changes to the way Arqiva does business, saying the monopoly business needs to be broken up or regulated.
Chris Burns, Head of BBC Local Radio, writes about the recent wins for BBC Local Radio at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards.
Following the announcement regarding the scope of the Digital Radio and Audio Review, Media Minister John Whittingdale writes for RadioToday urging the industry to work together going forward.
Audio Content Fund independent funding panel member David Lloyd writes about public service broadcasting and the Audio Content Fund.
Radiocentre’s Chief Executive Siobhan Kenny looks back on the industry body’s overarching strategy, See Radio Differently.
Kelvin Mackenzie is calling for analogue national licences to be put up for auction.
Former chief adviser to Ofcom Martin Campbell has a view on the upcoming changes at the BBC.
Opinion: Michael Walbach, CEO, Central Media Group, writes about radio broadcasting into the new decade.
Opinion: Alistair Clarke, awarded an MBE for services to Social Enterprise in Lancashire this week, writes about the importance of radio in the community.
"Is it OK to nominate our own ads for the best of 2019? Because we are not alone in really loving the campaign The&Partnership devised for us. Unblockable, unskippable, unbeatable is the strapline, because that’s what radio is.
In response to an article in eRADIO, RAJAR's Lyndsay Ferrigan takes the opportunity to update the radio industry with the way audience figures are gathered.
Gary Stein, Group Programme Director, Hits Radio Network, explains for RadioToday why the North of England is fast becoming ad land’s new sweet spot.
Four years after launching a small-scale DAB multiplex in Portsmouth, Ash Elford writes for RadioToday about the experience so far.
Kate Squire, Editor of BBC Radio Manchester, writes for RadioToday about the importance of local radio during a crisis.
Sam Bailey, Managing Director of the UK Government-funded Audio Content Fund writes about the benefits of the new scheme.
As ISDN slowly fades out, a standard finally emerges, writes Matthew Hardman.
Radio Audio Week is about the booming audio industry coming together, creating some unique moments highlighting the power of the industry.
Matt Webb, Head of Production and Saturday Breakfast presenter on Cambridge 105 Radio shares his thoughts on how job losses could affect people’s mental health.
Siobhan Kenny, CEO of Radiocentre writes for RadioToday about the thousands of children making radio across the UK and the launch of the Young ARIAs.
Emma Davis: I feel it is my duty to celebrate International Women’s Day in the best way I know how… to write about it.
Global Radio shakeup – could this be the tipping point for local audiences, asks Howard Kosky, Founder and CEO markettiers4dc.
Analysis by RadioToday shows presenter numbers across the UK could drop by more than 250 if Global and Bauer take full advantage of Ofcom's changes to rules on localness.
Former BBC radio journalist Mark Moulding says smart speakers are the best thing that’s happened to radio in a very long time.
Simon Mason, Head of Broadcast Radio Technology at Arqiva, writes about the rise in demand for digital radio and driverless cars, for RadioToday.