Celador is adding Sam FM Bristol back to the local DAB multiplex in a bid to increase listenership to the service.
Sam FM will be playing Three Lions back to back for the entire duration of the semi-final game between England and Croatia.
Celador and Nation are once again fighting for another Bristol FM radio licence, but this time it's Sam vs JACK.
The Breeze's FM radio licence in Bristol will be renewed after owner Celador fought off a challenge from Bristol Sound.
Town 102's radio broadcasting licence will be handed over to a new group and relaunch as Ipswich FM after a decision by Ofcom.
Bristol Sound has applied for the re-advertised Bristol licence, saying the current station fails to cater for local tastes and interests.
Ofcom re-awards the Torbay commercial radio licence to The Breeze.
Anglian Radio's five stations move to a new schedule today with Rob Chandler extending his breakfast show to Town 102 and Drean 100.
Presenter Bam Bam has left the breakfast show on Celador's South Coast regional station after six years.
Celador will face competition for the Torbay licence from Radio Exe, the regulator has confirmed.
Celador's five radio stations in East Anglia are to become one as all programming is moved to Norwich.
Celador has told listeners to its new acquisition, JACK fm Berkshire, that The Breeze Reading is on its way.
Sam FM has apologised to Ofcom for a lapse in editorial judgement after a conversation about a sponsors product was broadcast.
Steve Priestley has joined The Breeze to host the Thames Valley breakfast show.
BBC Minute's Jonathan Richards is the new Head of News and Information at Celador Radio.
Celador now owns 26 radio stations following the purchase of Anglian Radio earlier this year.
Exeter-based Radio Exe is to apply for the Torbay licence, currently held by Celador and broadcasting as The Breeze.
Celador is putting Rob Chandler back on breakfast.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
It is too early to confirm any possible plans to rebrand any of the five stations.