Ofcom says listeners are not ready to give up on AM just yet, but has agreed to let Bauer close or reduce the power of 17 transmitters across England and Scotland.
Ofcom is to re-advertise the FM commercial radio licence for Ceredigion after the current owner decided not to utilise the fast track re-licensing process.
Ofcom has issued its first Broadcasting Code breach warning to the BBC after taking over as regulator for the corporation.
Eight new community radio licences in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland have been awarded by Ofcom.
The regulator Ofcom has updated its definition of 'new music' as part of the operating licences which set out how much Radio 1 and Radio 2 have to play during daytime hours.
North East station Rathergood Radio has been found in breach of its licence by Ofcom for failing to provide a service from two FM transmitters for two months.
The ten small-scale DAB triallists operating multiplexes around the UK will continue their service till 31 March 2020.
Ofcom is to monitor Beyond Radio in Lancaster after it failed to deliver on its Key Commitments for the second time in six months.
Radio Dawn has been fined £2,000 for breaching its community radio licence, after saying violent acts committed against non-Muslim people would bring honour to Islam.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into Connect FM and why it has been removed from the local DAB multiplex, against its licence renewal terms.
Absolute Radio is wanting to reduce its medium wave coverage across the UK from 90% to 85%, or shut down its entire network if not allowed to.
A joke about missing children which went wrong has caused Tameside Radio to be put in breach of its Ofcom licence.
Ofcom has today announced the award of six new community radio licences in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
Ofcom has published a short consultation proposing to update the definition used to assess how much ‘new music’ is played on BBC Radio 1 and 2.
Applications have been submitted to Ofcom today for the re-advertised Ipswich FM radio licence.
A consultation with the aim of including community radio stations and local commercial stations on the DAB platform has been launched today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.
Rathergood Radio is being investigated by Ofcom for a possible breach of its licence.
The government says it will bring in new rules on commercial radio formats as soon as possible - meaning stations will be free to change their music format without Ofcom approval.
Seven new community radio groups have been given licences to broadcast, including five in the North West of England.
The Government has appointed Lord Terry Burns as the next Chairman of Ofcom replacing Dame Patricia Hodgson.