Emma Louise Jones is joining Signal 1 to co-present the breakfast show alongside current host John Fox.
The new hosts of Signal 1's breakfast show are Jennie Longdon and John Fox.
More changes at Signal Radio as it emerges Johnny Owen will leave the AM station's weekday schedule in the summer.
Signal 1's breakfast team say they've been told by management that they're finishing on the show next week.
Matt will take over the 2pm till 7pm show from Paris Munro, started Monday 9th January.
Signal 1 and Signal 2 joined forces for Bring a Pound day to help raise over £60,000 for the Douglas MacMillan Hospice in North Staffordshire.
Total Access Live has attracted thousands of listeners to its annual concerts at Betley Court Farm with Signal 1.
A number of local UTV radio stations have secured deals with their local football clubs to provide full commentary.
Former Bauer presenter Rick Houghton has joined UTV's Signal 1 in Stoke-on-Trent to host the Drive Time show.
Signal 1 and Signal 2 joined forces on Friday for ‘Bring a Pound’ day.
Signal will lead the way with a new service which plays music videos of the songs playing on the radio for people listening online.
Signal one has held a party for hundreds of their listeners – both the human and canine varieties.
UTV Media's Signal 1 is hosting its Total Access Live concert this weekend in an outdoor concert in a field in the Cheshire.
talkSPORT is back up to 3.2m listeners in the latest RAJAR - giving the station its highest ever book for quarter four.
Signal 1's afternoon drive presenter Martin Lowes decided to celebrate the Chinese New Year on Friday by inviting a horse to the studio.
Signal 1 and Signal 2 joined forces for Bring a Pound to Work Day on Friday, and helped to raise over £72,000 for charity.
It's been a difficult first six months of 2013 for talkSPORT owner UTV Media, as the station's advertising revenue falls £3.4m since last year.
Signal 1's search for a breakfast show presenter has resulted in Andy Cook replacing Perry Spiller, who has joined BBC Radio Stoke.
Signal Radio is on the lookout for a new breakfast presenter, as Senior Programme Controller Chris Buckley revealed at the recent JockFest event.
Three students have begun training at Signal Radio, after starting a new radio production course at Stoke-on-Trent College.