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Radio is the fastest growing medium, with its 12.5% growth putting it ahead of the entire market including the internet, according to the latest Advertising Agency/WARC Expenditure Report.
UKRD has declared its half year dividend for the third year running, even though CEO William Rogers says trading remains difficult in places.
The BBC Trust has approved proposals to enable downloads for BBC iPlayer Radio programmes, to commence 'at some point' in 2014.
Radio has overtaken social networks as UK teens’ preferred news source, and continues to beat newspapers and TV in a recent survey.
The number of radio sets sold plummeted 18% in the 12 months to Q2 2012, a new study published by Ofcom shows.
The UK's biggest commercial group is re-igniting its support for the Student Radio Awards.
Jeremy Hunt has instructed Ofcom and the Office of Fair Trading to carry out tests.
Revised TSAs, name changes and more as we get ready for quarter 2, 2012 of RAJAR.
Local radio regulation failure has been on a scale to match the banking crisis, Dann says.
Chris Baughen has been appointed as Managing Editor of Xfm London and Manchester.
BBC Radio 2 and Radio 4 given the green light but 5 live remains restricted internationally.
talkSPORT owner UTV Media appoints Richard Huntingford as Chairman.
Frank Skinner, Richard Park and Ben Cooper to be part of this year's event so far.
Radio City and Key 103's live concerts took place at the weekend, with thousands of listeners.
The temporary station, costing around £200,000 will broadcast nationally for just over 2 weeks.
Three Real Radio stations remove long-running football phone-in programmes.
Stations with a aTSA under 300,000 encouraged to enter the 2012 Awards.
Radio 1 jingle singer Richard Oliver sings Neon Lights with producer Paul Rudd.