The Competition and Markets Authority has approved the acquisition of Exterion Media by Global.
Classic FM has signed game scores composer Eímear Noone as the new host of its video game music series, High Score.
Global has launched the first networked breakfast show on commercial radio in England, Scotland and Wales with the syndication of Capital Breakfast.
A new heavyweight advertising campaign to promote Capital’s first nationwide breakfast show has launched on TV, billboards, cinema and social.
Global has put its headquarters in Portslade near Brighton on the market after announcing the closure of this another 10 other sites.
Heart's mid-morning presenter Toby Anstis is stepping down from a daily radio show on the network after 16 years.
The Elis James and John Robins show is coming to an end of Radio X after five years on-air.
Following a recent illness, Global's Richard Park will not be returning to his former role as Director of Broadcasting at the company.
Ofcom has completed an assessment of 2BR's output saying its rebrand to Capital will not require any variations to its licences.
Global's News Editor for Scotland Corrie Martin, and Global's Chief Strategy Officer Will Harding have appeared in the Scottish Government's Debating Chamber to talk about upcoming changes.
Capital's new networked breakfast show has been confirmed as Roman Kemp, Vick Hope and Sonny Jay - the current presenters for Capital Breakfast in London.
Five Capital and Heart stations in Wales will need to provide their own Drivetime programmes going forward, despite Ofcom creating an "Approved Area" for the entire nation.
Steve Allen was honoured at the Global Awards at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith last night when he picked up The LBC Award.
Half of the prizes at this year's IRN Awards have been won by reporters or teams from Scottish commercial radio stations.
Scotland now has two "Approved Areas" whilst Wales gets just one following a second consultation on localness rules in the two countries.
Former GCap and GWR Group Content Director Dirk Anthony joins Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin to discuss Global’s announcement, and more.
Smooth Country has just appeared on the Global Player app, and online via the Smooth Radio website.
Global Radio shakeup – could this be the tipping point for local audiences, asks Howard Kosky, Founder and CEO markettiers4dc.
Analysis by RadioToday shows presenter numbers across the UK could drop by more than 250 if Global and Bauer take full advantage of Ofcom's changes to rules on localness.
Former UKRD radio station 2BR will join the Capital network from April 8th and move all output to Manchester and London.