Small-Scale DAB multiplex operators will need to reserve space for community radio stations under new framework set out by the government.
Connect FM has been found in breach of its licence for removing itself from DAB earlier this year.
Ofcom has appointed Maggie Carver and Dr Angela Dean to its board.
Ofcom has found a Sheffield community radio station in breach of its licence for discussing the local election whilst the polls were open.
Ofcom has put Bob FM in breach of its licence after a segment on the breakfast show talking about mobile speed cameras.
Ofcom is now taking expressions of interest from people wanting to operate small-scale DAB multiplexes and radio stations wanting to broadcast on them in the future.
Ofcom has awarded two new community radio licences but rejected eight applications.
Aberdeen station Original 106 has been given permission by Ofcom to change its format, removing the requirement to play rock music, album tracks and target programmes at a male audience.
New proposals see bigger "Approved Areas" and more commitment to local news and information for commercial radio.
Radio regulator Ofcom is to open up the application process for community radio applications in some of the areas where expressions of interest have been received.
Stations in all areas are eligible to apply but coverage improvements or extensions are unlikely to be possible in every location.
Female employees occupy 37% of senior management roles across the industry. The BBC has the highest proportion of senior women (40%), followed by Bauer (39%) and Global (34%).
Ofcom has investigated after a complainant said Norfolk-based UKRD station KLFM referenced some local businesses during its news bulletins on Valentine’s Day.
Two community stations, Beyond Radio and First FM, have been found in breach for airing songs containing swearing.
Ofcom has handed out two new community radio licences - to Radio MAC in Bradford and Rush FM in Farnborough.
Ofcom is starting a consultation on a request from Original 106 to change its Format to appeal to more people in North East Scotland.
Leeds based Fever FM has had a request to change its key commitments approved by Ofcom following a public consultation.
Ofcom has today announced the award of eight new community radio licences in England and Scotland.
London AM and DAB station Love Sport has asked Ofcom for permission to change its format - and remove the requirement to specifically cover business, finance and entertainment news.
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.