Global's Make Some Noise Night has raised £1 million for charity at a special event with Alfie Boe, Snow Patrol and Dreamgirls The Musical.
Former Global Commercial Director & Regional Training Manager Sean Childerley has been appointed as Managing Director of the Radio Academy.
BBC Radio London's evening output is set to be taken over by six new presenters hosting a show between 8pm and 10pm from Monday 26th November.
Suzie McGuire is joining 96.3 Nation Radio in Scotland to host weekend programmes.
Nick Grimshaw had to cut an interview with Little Mix short on Monday afternoon after the girls let out two swear words within minutes of each other.
Bauer has added an extra set of Terms and Conditions to a competition as a result of a complaint from a listener.
LBC is interviewing Prime Minister Theresa May on breakfast with Nick Ferrari Friday morning.
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.
Snoochie Shy is taking over the 1Xtra late-night slot from Monday to Thursday between 11pm and 1am.
The new Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio will include most of the team currently working on his show at BBC Radio 2.
BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra has hired Tiffany Calver to host The Rap Show, as a replacement for the recently departed Charlie Sloth.
Radio 4 has announced some new comedy commissions, with programmes from new talent and well known favourites.
UKRD Group has appointed Nick Hancock to the position of Deputy Group Content Director – Promotions and Ideas.
Wales’ national English-language radio station, BBC Radio Wales, is today celebrating its fortieth birthday.
The nominations for the BBC Local Radio Gillard Awards have been announced, with Radio Humberside, Radio Merseyside and Radio Sheffield up for Station of the Year.
A Select Committee of Tynwald in the Isle of Man has published its second and final report on Public Service Media in the Island.
Global has requested a number of changes to the new regional boundaries affecting some of its radio stations.
Ofcom has today published details of the responses to the call for expressions of interest for small-scale DAB locations.
Former Radio City, Signal and Wish FM breakfast presenter Neal Atkinson has died after a long illness.
Some of BBC Radio 2's one-hour documentaries and specialist music shows are moving from weeknights to weekends in the new year.
Rylan Clark-Neal will present a brand new Saturday afternoon show on BBC Radio 2 from January 2019, replacing Zoe Ball.
Emma Bunton took time out of her Heart breakfast show to chat to Chris Evans on BBC Radio 2 on Wednesday morning.
Radioplayer has unveiled the Reference Radio, a prototype touchscreen radio for dashboards, designed to show how smart ‘hybrid’ technology can transform in-car listening.
Ronan Keating and Harriet Scott will be broadcasting live from the Eurostar travelling to Paris with a bunch of listeners on Thursday morning!
A new independent report has urged Ofcom and Government to rethink their approach to community and small-scale radio in the UK.
Bauer Media has appointed Paul Gerrard as Content Director for Hits Radio, replacing Chris Pegg who is leaving the company.
Most of the artists for Capital's Jingle Bell Ball 2018 have been announced across the Capital network of stations.
Radio professionals from all over the world gathered in Malta this week to celebrate radio and music at the International Radio Festival.
Global has acquired the digital audio sales division of Canadian based leanStream to launch DAX Canada.
BFBS broadcaster, Anthony Ballard has been awarded a Commander Joint Forces Command Commendation for his ‘tireless’ support of the Armed Forces in Cyprus and his ‘passion for the whole community’.
Bauer Media has been given permission to change the format of the 105.2 FM licence in the West Midlands, currently broadcasting Absolute Radio, to a classic pop hits service.
The BBC is transforming the London Eye into “London Ear” music, radio and podcast hub to mark the launch of BBC Sounds.
Gary Lineker and Danny Baker have come together to create their own football podcast.
BBC Sounds has been officially launched at an event at London's Tate Modern, with the Director-General promising it would support a whole new generation of talent.
New DAB transmitters in East Anglia, the South West, Kent, South Wales and North East Scotland are now fully working and carrying programmes from SDL.
Fandabbyruddydozy. BBC Radio 2's Sara Cox is moving to the Drivetime show in the new year, replacing Simon Mayo and Jo Whiley.
Ofcom has updated its Localness Guidelines for commercial radio stations and will now allow a local commercial radio station to network its breakfast show.
Matt Edmondson and Mollie King are taking over the BBC Radio 1 weekend breakfast show, swapping with Dev Griffin and Alice Levine.
Manchester is once again our focus on the local radio round-up, where the station previously known as Key 103 has lost more listeners.
Digital listening share has remained above the important halfway mark and increased from 48.8% to 52.4% in the last 12 months.
Nick Grimshaw left the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show with half a million more listeners than a year ago - handing them to Greg James who took over the show halfway through the last quarter.
The quarterly RAJAR Infographic is here with all the data you need for Q3, 2018, including All Radio Listening, Average Hours Per Listener and Digital Platforms.
Ofcom has decided not to find Encore Radio in breach of the broadcasting code after a listener complained that a Presenter Live Read sounded like an advert.
Community radio station Gravity FM in Grantham, Lincolnshire, has been found in breach of its licence for not repaying unused grant money as per Ofcom terms.
The latest JACK-branded radio station will play 100% female artists.
The BBC's Head of Strategic Change & Portfolio Management and former 5 Live Controller Adrian Van Klaveren is leaving the BBC next month after 35 years.
Simon Mayo is leaving BBC Radio 2 later this year and the station will get a new drivetime show, as Jo Whiley moves back to evenings from January 2019.
Charlie Sloth will not be returning to BBC Radio 1 after his outburst at the Audio and Production Awards on Thursday night.
Dr. Yvonne Thompson, CBE, recently appointed Chair of The Radio Academy, is calling for the radio industry to ‘diversify or die.’
Podcasters, local radio and the independent sector challenged the big networked radio groups at this year’s Audio & Radio Industry Awards