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.
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.
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.
Radiocentre appoints KM Chair Geraldine Allinson to its Board.
Radiocentre has unveiled a new report outlining its vision for the future of commercial radio.
Radiocentre is launching a new campaign to create a more effective approach to protecting and informing consumers in financial, motoring and retail advertising.
It's the end of the road for the RAB and RACC brands as industry body Radiocentre gets a makeover.
A new-look RadioCentre conference will feature Alastair Campbell as the the keynote speaker in central London on July 8th.
The BBC Trust and the current licence fee should be scrapped and more commission should go to indies, DCMS says.
RadioCentre says the changes to the way community radio stations can fund themselves is a concern for commercial stations.
RadioCentre CEO Siobhan Kenny was one of the industry speakers welcoming the third anniversary of radio networking organisation Sound Women at an event at the House of Commons today.