Eight months after leaving the BBC, former Radio 1 Controller Ben Cooper is joining Bauer Media as Group Director, Content and Music.
A new programme starts on Classic FM this Sunday 9th August called Moira Stuart Meets.
Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE, the chair of The Radio Academy, has challenged the UK’s radio and audio industry to do more to address diversity and inclusion within the sector.
All the winners have been announced for the IRN Awards 2020, including the Gold Award going to LBC's Nick Ferrari.
Welsh radio presenter and stadium announcer Andrew Tommo Thomas has died suddenly.
Former 5 Live sports presenters including Mark Pougatch and John Inverdale have teamed up for a new podcast series looking at the emotions of sport and sports broadcasting.
BBC Radio 1's Up Yours Corona promotion has taken a new turn today with a blimp emblazoned with the slogan on appearing above Cardiff.
Details of a new event, The Podcast Show, have been announced today by AV Media & Events, a joint venture between SME London and GetOnMedia.
Legendary BBC Radio Wales late show presenter Chris Needs has died aged 68, following a short period of ill health.
North East radio presenter Tom Davies - who hosted shows on stations including TFM, Magic, Smooth and Star Radio - has been found dead by police after being reported missing last week
The longest-serving presenter on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour, Jenni Murray, is leaving the show after 33 years on the air.
BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra Editor Rob Littlejohn is leaving the corporation after 15 years to head up production on Fire in the Booth and as the Charlie Sloth Rap Show at Beats 1.
James Purnell, Director BBC Radio & Education writes about Building a creative, diverse future for BBC Radio & Music.
BBC Radio and Music has allocated £12 million of its existing commissioning budget over the next three years to be spent on diverse and inclusive content.
Ofcom has agreed to Bauer's request to create two new approved areas in the south and west of England.
A new countdown is heading to BBC Radio 1Xtra this weekend with the launch of the Official UK Afrobeats Chart.
RAJAR is on hold whilst the research body looks at new options for reporting on radio listening in the future.
Head of Programming at BBC Radio 1Xtra & Asian Network Mark Strippel is leaving to join BBC Radio & Education.
Neil Fox is joining United DJs to host a Sunday afternoon chart show every week.
Greg James will interview radio legend Bob Harris about his 50 years in broadcasting as part of the BBC Radio 2 summer schedules, which also sees Bruce Springsteen presenting some programmes.
Bauer is closing the Radio Aire brand in West Yorkshire and rebranding it to Greatest Hits Radio from September.
Alice Levine has announced she is leaving BBC Radio 1 after nine years at the station.
Series Editor of Football Focus Louise Sutton is heading back to 5 Live as Editor of 5 Live Sport.
Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox is the voice of the latest DEC appeal playing on UK radio stations.
Island FM and Channel 103 have gained permission from Ofcom to co-locate with each other and share all programming.
Ofcom has approved substantial Key Commitments changes requested by Secklow Sounds over a year ago.
Ofcom has approved a Format change request for Sam FM South Coast to drop adult-oriented album tracks and classic rock music.
All the winners for the British Podcast Awards have been announced during an online event.
24 local radio stations are stepping up their transitions to Hits Radio and Greatest Hits Radio from next week as part of Bauer's plans to integrate the four groups acquired last year.
The Managing Director of UK Radioplayer has told RadioToday that figures show there was a 50 percent increase in the number of people tuning into radio via the platform as the Coronavirus lockdown began in the UK in March.