The British Council is, for the fourth year running, teaming up with the Student Radio Association and Folded Wing, to run the SRA Selector initiative.
A new logo has been introduced at the SRA, along with a new line-up of officers for the next year.
Smoke Radio, the radio station for the University of Westminster, has won the Best Student Radio Station award at the Student Radio Awards 2015.
The Student Radio Association and the British Library are teaming up once again with Folded Wing for this year's SRA Selector.
This year's winner of the SRA Selector Competition is heading to Mexico to spend a week working at a radio station.
Global could be follow Radio 1's lead by moving the Big Top 40 from its traditional Sunday slot.
An impressive line-up for this year's Student Radio Conference includes Ashley Tabor, Greg James, Nick Ferrari, Sam Jackson and many more.
Absolute Radio's Vicki Blight is to take over from Adam Catterall as host of the popular Demo Factor event.
A live three hour radio show is currently broadcasting (1pm till 4pm) as part of this year's SRA Selector initiative.
The British Council is offering another six members of the UK’s Student Radio Association a chance to host The Selector.
The Student Radio Association, in partnership with the Demo Factor judges and production team, is to launch an online, year-round demo advice service.
The Student Radio Association has awarded Honorary Life Memberships to four radio industry people, including Ashley Tabor and Ben Cooper.
The I Love Student Radio Awards returned for their fifth year, hosted by BBC Radio 1's newest presenter Pete Allison and Chris Sawyer.
Hundreds of students are gathering in Newcastle for the next few days for the annual National Student Radio Conference.
The British Council is offering six student radio stations the chance to produce and present their weekly radio show, The Selector. (more…)
Three days of discussing radio and presentations from industry professionals has started in Leicester as the Student Radio Conference kicks off. (more…)