Blog: As Commercial Radio becomes the most bland and predictable it has ever been since launching in 1973, I believe the future for entertainment based content is podcasting. By Steve Penk.
The BBC this week trumpeted new figures which showed more than half its staff are now based outside the M25 following moves to Salford and other devolution measures.
I like to think I am generally a very positive person and it is most effective to highlight best practice but this week I felt moved to tweet..
BBC Radio 5 live Controller Jonathan Wall explains today's schedule changes in this blog.
BBC Radio 2 controller Bob Shennan has explained his decision to cut Alex Lester's overnight show on a recent blog.
Who is the real winner in the Global Radio / Communicorp deal now Heart has arrived? @RoyMartin blogs to find out.
This is the best radio video you'll watch today! It's the BBC Radio 2 Button of Buffoonery!
LBC said an official "Hello Britain" last night as Sky News hosted a full-on leaders debate show on national television.
Following recent complaints made to Ofcom, here's one of our regular eRADIO features.. listing "seven things".
In a landmark blog from John Myers, the former GMG Radio Chief Executive sums up the current state of radio regulation.
Would Arqiva be applying for the second national commercial DAB multiplex? Would it be allowed to own it?
Our guest editor writes for RadioToday on this week's row between industry bodies and operators of small commercial radio stations.
As part of our celebration week for 40 years of commercial radio, Tim Blackmore remembers 1973.
A commercial for Fish Fingers ushered in the opening of LBC in London and set the seal on what Commercial Radio was to stand for in Great Britain.
Radio Academy Chief Executive Paul Robinson looks back at 40 years of commercial radio for RadioToday.
My name’s David Jessel. This is the Morning Show – and here’s the news.
All this week we look back at personal memories of commercial radio since its launch 40 years ago. David Lloyd goes first..
Our slightly more geeky site, JingleMad.com, has a montage of old Radio 1 jingles posted by a forum user to celebrate the station's 46th birthday today.
A new app for the radio industry has just been released, containing the very latest news, jobs, photos, videos, podcasts and more.
I've had a few people ask me exactly what the International Radio Festival is, and after sitting through a day of events, I can now explain.