KISS evening presenter Tom Green and 4Music television presenter Daisy Maskell are the new hosts of KISS Breakfast.
Bauer Media has appointed Group Commercial Director Simon Kilby as Chief Revenue Officer for Radio.
Presenter NEEV is heading back to KISS in the new year to take back the mid-morning show from Pandora.
Magic Radio will switch to playing all Christmas music from this Friday instead of launching a separate service.
Bauer has added an extra set of Terms and Conditions to a competition as a result of a complaint from a listener.
A Bauer-backed campaign calling for Government to update health and safety legislation has sent an open letter to the Prime Minister.
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.
Ronan Keating and Harriet Scott will be broadcasting live from the Eurostar travelling to Paris with a bunch of listeners on Thursday morning!
Bauer Media has appointed Paul Gerrard as Content Director for Hits Radio, replacing Chris Pegg who is leaving the company.
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.
Events previously known as Radio City Live and Free Radio Live will be known as Hits Live, promoted by Key 103 replacement Hits Radio.
Bauer Media’s Academy and Arqiva have joined forces to launch a new apprenticeship partnership to improve skills in the wider community.
Representatives from Bauer Media and Mental Health First Aid England delivered a Where’s Your Head At? petition to Downing Street on Monday.
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.
Bauer is pulling out of the industry-wide Vodafone Big Top 40 show when its contract runs out in December.
Hits Radio has launched a new custom jingle package produced by Wisebuddah after its launch across the UK in July.
Bauer has requested a format change for its West Midlands regional FM licence, currently broadcasting national programmes from Absolute Radio.
Ewen Cameron is to host a new breakfast show across Scotland on Bauer's Greatest Hits network of stations.
The independent station, which has 672,000 weekly listeners, will be managed by Bauer’s Steve Parkinson, Group Managing Director of National Radio.
The KISS Network has launched a new radio show dedicated to Drum & Bass music with new host Mollie Collins.