Siobhan Kenny, CEO of Radiocentre writes for RadioToday about the thousands of children making radio across the UK and the launch of the Young ARIAs.
The Radio Academy has chosen an all-female list to receive its latest Fellowship awards.
Commercial radio took more in advertising revenue in 2017 than in any previous year according to figures from Radiocentre.
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.
The commercial radio body says it wants Ofcom to strengthen the proposals in the draft Operating Licence for the BBC.
CEO Siobhan Kenny says we are at a critical turning point in our digital development.
Figures from Radiocentre show that commercial radio took £645.8 million in ad revenue in 2016, its highest ever figure.
UK commercial radio needs to address this urgently if it is to stay competitive.
All local commercial radio stations in the UK could easily change music format and network 24/7 if new proposals by the government are approved.
The event will take place on Wednesday 8th March at the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre.
The team are at the European Radio Show in Paris to reveal the next chapter in improving radio regulation following the Brexit vote.
Trevor Dann hosts our first monthly roundtable. Matt Deegan and Brett Spencer talk ARIAs, APAs, RAJARs and sausages, whilst Radiocentre's Siobhan Kenny tells us about commercial radio and public…
Radiocentre's CEO Siobhan Kenny also thanks former Secretary John Whittingdale for his contribution over the last 14 months since he'd been in position.
The BBC should welcome the drive towards more distinctive radio services as part of Charter Review, according to Radiocentre.
A new report on less regulation in radio from Ofcom has been welcomed by Radiocentre.
Britain’s commercial radio sector is supporting World Radio Day this weekend - on Saturday 13 February 2016.
Ed Vaizey has proposed to review a number of key regulation areas for commercial radio.
The recent proposal to make BBC Local Radio content more “personality driven” risks diluting the distinctiveness of the service, according to Radiocentre.
Next year's Arqivas will take place in May instead of a tradition July slot.
Radiocentre has launched Trustmark, a new initiative for reassuring listeners that they can trust the advertising messages they hear on commercial radio.