Events previously known as Radio City Live and Free Radio Live will be known as Hits Live, promoted by Key 103 replacement Hits Radio.
Key Radio has arrived on 1152 in Manchester, following Key 103's change to Hits Radio.
As Key 103 becomes Hits Radio, other stations in the Manchester market are using the opportunity to entice new listeners to try them out.
Bauer's new national station, Hits Radio, has launched - replacing the Key 103 brand after almost 30 years.
Mike Toolan talks to RadioToday as he prepares to go national on the new Bauer station Hits Radio after 20 years on Key 103.
Bauer's new national station Hits Radio has created a shortlist of 5 songs for listeners to choose which should be the first track played on 6am next Monday.
Hits Radio, the new near-national service from Bauer Media in Manchester, has launched in London with test transmissions.
Key 103 is set to commemorate one year since the tragic arena attack that took the lives of twenty-three people with a special programme on May 22nd.
Major changes are heading to Bauer's Big City Network in June, including a new national station called Hits Radio broadcasting from Manchester.
Former Key 103 breakfast co-host Chelsea Norris is moving to the breakfast show at BBC Radio Manchester.
Heart London Managing Editor Gary Stein is leaving Global, after four years, to return to the North of England.
Key 103 breakfast co-presenter Gemma Atkinson will be taking part in the new series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Former Key 103 breakfast co-host Chelsea Norris is taking over the afternoon drive show on BBC Radio Manchester.
Gemma Atkinson is joining Key 103 as co-host on the breakfast show with Mike Toolan and Matt Haslam.
The departure of Chelsea Norris from Key 103's breakfast show is causing a stir with listeners and media in Manchester.
Key 103 has been found in breach of two Ofcom rules after three complaints about its recent Heartless Hotline competition.
Chelsea Norris of the ‘Mike & Chelsea In The Morning’ breakfast show on Key 103 will be leaving the station after 11 years.
Bauer is putting a local late show back on Key 103 as Adam Catterall returns to the Manchester station.
Key 103 has launched a new type of competition, giving listeners the opportunity to steal prizes from other listeners.
Key 103 gave listeners the chance to get up close and personal with three acts across Manchester last week.