Kenny Allstar is starting a new Friday night show on BBC Radio 1Xtra, 9pm till 1pm, replacing DJ Semtex.
A total of 19 new transmitters are ready to be turned on in the coming weeks to bring coverage of the second national digital radio multiplex to a further 4 million people.
The minister responsible for radio has told the radio industry it should continue to work together as the government reviews the future for digital radio.
Opinion: Howard Kosky, CEO & founder of broadcast specialists markettiers4DC, shares his thoughts on Chris Evans moving to Virgin Radio.
If you missed the Next Radio conference 2018, all the sessions are now available to watch free of charge on the Next Radio website.
US satellite radio company SiriusXM is planning to acquire music streaming service Pandora in a $3.5 billion all-stock deal.
Chris Burns, current Chief Operating Officer within the Deputy Director General’s Group, has been appointed as Head of Local Radio at the BBC.
Global has made its biggest purchase since setting up its radio business by acquiring two outdoor advertising companies - Primesight and Outdoor Plus.
Former Today programme presenter Evan Davis is returning to BBC Radio 4 to host PM as a replacement for Eddie Mair.
Sara Cox made light of the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast situation this morning by joking about taking over the programme from Chris Evans.
Cliff Richard has agreed to do a concert for BBC Radio 2 listeners as part of the In Concert series organised by the station.
Bauer is pulling out of the industry-wide Vodafone Big Top 40 show when its contract runs out in December.
Footballer Peter Crouch is to present a new weekly podcast for BBC Radio 5 live with BBC Radio 1’s Chris Stark and the BBC’s chief sports writer Tom Fordyce.
The nominations for the Audio and Radio Industry Awards have been unveiled by Capital South Wales Breakfast presenters, Matt Lissack and Polly James, live at the Next Radio conference in London.
Zoe Ball is the number one choice to take over breakfast from Chris Evans in the New Year, according to a report.
Irish language station Raidió Fáilte from Belfast has been named Station of the Year at the 2018 Community Radio Awards.
BBC Newcastle and Tees late-night presenter Paddy MacDee is moving to weekends only as comic Steffen Peddie takes over the late show full time.
Lee Clayton is joining Wireless in the coming months as Head of talkSPORT.
Roger Cutsforth, CEO of The Radio Academy, is to step down from the organisation after three years.
talkSPORT has won the exclusive free-to-air rights for England cricket’s overseas tour of South Africa in 2019/2020.
Wireless Chief Executive Scott Taunton has told RadioToday that the group has no current plans to put Virgin Radio onto any of its FM licences around the UK, but hasn't ruled out doing so in the…
Global has been found in breach of two Broadcasting Code rules for playing a song containing two offensive words for a total of seven times in one week on Heart Extra.
Encore Radio is coming off three DAB digital radio multiplexes at the end of September to focus on its online stream.
Bauer has requested a format change for its West Midlands regional FM licence, currently broadcasting national programmes from Absolute Radio.
Brave Broadcasting, which operates the Dumbarton and Helensburgh commercial station YOUR Radio - as well as the small scale DAB multiplex in Glasgow, has been acquired by Nation Broadcasting.
Sir Richard Branson has revealed that he had a conversation with Chris Evans about joining Virgin Radio nearly a year ago while making an appearance on his Radio 2 breakfast show.
Tributes have been paid to BBC Radio 5 live broadcaster Rachael Bland, who died in the early hours of this morning.
BBC Radio 3 Controller Alan Davey has unveiled a raft of new commissions and programmes at the station for the autumn season.
Chris Evans, talking about his upcoming departure from BBC Radio 2, has put his money on Sara Cox to take over the breakfast show.
Wireless is returning to a networked show between Tower FM in Bolton/Bury, Wire FM in Warrington/Widnes/Runcorn and Wish FM in Wigan/St Helens.
Former Century 106 breakfast presenter Steve Jordan is joining BBC Radio Derby to host the afternoon show each weekday.
Roxanne Pallet will not be returning to co-host the Breakfast Show on Minster FM following her actions on Celebrity Big Brother.
BBC Radio 5 live presenter and newsreader Rachael Bland, who has incurable cancer, has been told she has just days left to live.
Matthew Wright is joining Wireless station talkRADIO from next week to present the 1-4pm afternoon show, replacing Jamie East.
Chris Evans is returning to the Virgin Radio brand after announcing he's leaving BBC Radio 2 before the end of the year.
Chris Evans is to step down from the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show on 21st December 2018, after 13 years at the station.
BBC local radio stations are starting to back local programmes to their evening schedules after the BBC DG Lord Hall announced plans to scrap the syndicated evening show last November.
Following the news that Eddie Mair is to replace Iain Dale on Drive at LBC, Iain has blogged about the moment he was told.
Michael Chequer is to host a new evening show on BBC Radio Devon from 3rd September.
Mark Goodier is returning to Absolute Radio to host a series of classic album playbacks in September.
BBC Radio 1's new late indie show with Jack Saunders will be created by Wisebuddah, with Fuzz Chaudhrey hired to produce the nightly programme.
Eddie Mair will take over the Drivetime show on LBC starting on September 3rd, replacing Iain Dale.
Late night presenter Ian Collins has left LBC to take some time off, just days before Eddie Mair is due to join the station.
Former Radio 1 presenter Jameela Jamil is to host one of three new programmes on BBC Radio 4 on the topic of sexuality and consent in the modern age.
The BBC has issued a statement about the sudden departure of Dr Phil Hammond from Radio Bristol's programme schedule.
Ewen Cameron is to host a new breakfast show across Scotland on Bauer's Greatest Hits network of stations.
After 10 years, Matthew Bannister has decided to step down from presenting the BBC World Service programme Outlook.
"My name is Greg James and I love radio more than anything else in the whole world."
Presenter Kirsty Gallacher is joining the team on BBC Radio 5 Live’s football phone-in programme 606 this season.
Roxanne Pallett, co-host on Minster FM's breakfast show, has entered the Celebrity Big Brother house.