BBC Radio Scotland is to simulcast the weekly television discussion show Debate Night followed by a new discussion programme, Debate Night Extra.
The next Radio Academy event by the Scotland Branch will look at the careers of some of the creative and inspiring women who work in the radio industry in Scotland.
Four years after launching a small-scale DAB multiplex in Portsmouth, Ash Elford writes for RadioToday about the experience so far.
West Sound in Dumfries & Galloway will no longer broadcast a local breakfast show starting on the 2nd of September.
Capital Scotland drivetime presenter Garry Spence is leaving the station after more than a decade to join commercial rival Clyde 1.
A live radio show will be broadcast each evening live from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by Union JACK this year.
Former Miss Scotland and STV presenter Jennifer Reoch is joining Heart Scotland to co-host Drive with Des Clarke.
Northsound Radio presenter Meg McHugh is to host the Hits Chilled show across the Hits Radio Network in Scotland.
As Capital Scotland and Heart Scotland promote national breakfast shows, Nation Radio is going big on its local show.
It's been a busy week at Original 106 this week with new studios, the start of DAB broadcasts and a Royal visit.
Ofcom has announced that it plans to advertise two new muxes, one for the Morecambe Bay area, and one designed to cover North and West Cumbria and Southwest Scotland.
BBC Radio Scotland is on the hunt for the country’s newest star with a brand new award to find Scotland’s Singer/Songwriter of the Year 2019.
West Sound Breakfast Show presenter Tommy Jardine has announced he is to retire after 10 years in the slot.
The owner of Dundee’s Wave 102 has bought Abderdeen station Original 106 and Fife’s Kingdom FM.
Global's News Editor for Scotland Corrie Martin, and Global's Chief Strategy Officer Will Harding have appeared in the Scottish Government's Debating Chamber to talk about upcoming changes.
Capital's new networked breakfast show has been confirmed as Roman Kemp, Vick Hope and Sonny Jay - the current presenters for Capital Breakfast in London.
Half of the prizes at this year's IRN Awards have been won by reporters or teams from Scottish commercial radio stations.
Bauer Media has appointed Victoria Easton-Riley as Content Development Director for the Hits Radio Network in Scotland.
Scotland now has two "Approved Areas" whilst Wales gets just one following a second consultation on localness rules in the two countries.
Jeff Zycinski, former Head of Radio at BBC Scotland, is taking part in an upcoming Radio Academy event, in conversation with Grant Stott.
Sunoh Edinburgh, billed as Edinburgh’s first and only Asian radio station, is launching across central Scotland on 10th March via DAB.
The BBC is to run a six-week experiment broadcasting radio programmes using 5G technology as part of a wider public trial in Stronsay, Orkney.
Tributes have been paid following the death of former Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 breakfast presenter Mike Riddoch.
Dundee and Perth's commercial radio station Wave FM has a new set of custom jingles and imaging on-air.
Greatest Hits Radio has launched on FM, AM and DAB in a number of regions across the UK, with Mark Goodier joining the network for mid-mornings.
A new transmitter for Original 106 has been activated at the Balgownie transmission site.
Suzie McGuire is joining 96.3 Nation Radio in Scotland to host weekend programmes.
Bauer is to replace its Bauer City 2 branding in England in favour of a new station name launching in January, called Greatest Hits Radio.
Nation Broadcasting's radio stations in London, Wales and Scotland have a new sound created by Ignite Jingle at MediaCtiyUK.
Radio Forth is revisiting their ‘Take The Time’ campaign celebrating Befriending Week as they continue their work to combat loneliness across Scotland.