New parliamentary report reveals commercial radio’s impact across the UK
Radiocentre is heading to Glasgow in February with a free morning of radio conversation and information at the Everyman Theatre.
A new independent report has urged Ofcom and Government to rethink their approach to community and small-scale radio in the UK.
The government has announced a new Audio Content Fund of up to £3m for public service radio programmes.
Radiocentre is helping to coordinate the latest appeal by the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) across commercial radio, in response to the Indonesia Tsunami.
The Radio Academy’s national radio and audio event, Segue is returning to Leeds this October 17th and 18th for its second year.
An alternative official body to represent radio stations not part of Radiocentre is being seriously considered, RadioToday understands.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Commercial Radio has elected three new Co-Chairs from the three main UK political parties, confirming cross-party support for radio.
A new awards event has been launched to help celebrate radio and audio created by 8 to 18-year-olds.
BBC and commercial radio to join forces for the first time in Mental Health Minute broadcast.
Dave Berry and Margot James MP announced as speakers for Radiocentre’s Tuning In 2018 conference
A new sequence of events dubbed Radio Audio Week will take place in London this May, from the 14th to 19th.
Commercial radio took more in advertising revenue in 2017 than in any previous year according to figures from Radiocentre.
Howell James CBE, the former head of government communications and Political Secretary to the Prime Minister, is joining Radiocentre as its non-executive Chair.
Independent media agency December 19 has appointed Mark Barber, planning director of Radiocentre, as its first non-executive director.
Siobhan Kenny, CEO of Radiocentre, is leading an Advertising Association strategy to drive the uptake of advertising services by SMEs in the regions and nations of the UK.
A catchy jingle, a distinctive zig-zag moustache and children’s TV were keys to the success of CoCompare.com advertising featuring fictional Italian tenor Gio Compario, the man who plays him – Welsh…
Radiocentre welcomes and encourages radio deregulation 'at the earliest opportunity'.
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.
Radiocentre has created a suite of images to authentically reflect modern radio listening.