HMRC has secured a tribunal win against John Myers for using a tax avoidance scheme.
Chris Stevens, Deputy Group Programme Director of Real & Smooth Radio, has announced that he will be leaving the group at the end of this month.
Who is the real winner in the Global Radio / Communicorp deal now Heart has arrived? @RoyMartin blogs to find out.
Heart is coming, and for a number of Real Radio stations, a new studio is also being used from today.
Global Radio's Hold Separate requirement with the former GMG Radio company officially ends at midnight tonight.
Global Radio's latest financial report confirms Global Radio did pay "around £70m" for the radio division of the Guardian Media Group.
Real and Smooth Radio's Group Managing Director Andy Carter is leaving the company after 12 years.
Global Radio will not appeal against the decision made at the recent Tribunal.
Real Radio Yorkshire's Managing Director of 11 years Steve South is leaving the station to focus on new projects.
Global Radio says it is disappointed by the decision to reject its appeal against the Competition Commission ruling that it must sell several stations.
Global Radio's appeal against a Competition Commission ruling that it should have to sell stations in seven areas of the UK in order to complete the takeover of GMG Radio has been dismissed.
Stuart Taylor, Chief Executive of GMG Radio before it was sold to Global Radio, received a total pay-off of £1.33million when he left the company.
The date has been set for the Global Radio v Competition Commission tribunal case event, set to take place in London next month.
The recent decision by the Competition Commission saying Global Radio must sell radio stations in seven markets is being challenged.
Real Radio Northwest has been found in breach of Ofcom rules for using a station employee to pose as a caller on a breakfast show competition.
Almost a year after Global Radio bought the Guardian's radio assets, Real and Smooth Ltd has seen a number of on-air and off-air changes.
Real and Smooth Radio Group Programme Director John Simons is leaving the group after 13 years in charge of programming.
A number of presenters and producers have left Real Radio XS in Manchester, with two more departures announced this week.
Smooth 70s is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon album by playing it in full.
The importance of commercial radio brands was demonstrated at Radiodays Europe today by Real and Smooth Group PD John Simons.