Yorkshire Coast Radio is expanding its local football coverage to include commentaries for Whitby Town and Bridlington Town.
ITV weatherman Jon Mitchell is to help co-present Stray FM's preview of the 160th Great Yorkshire Show.
Encore Radio has been found in breach of its licence for broadcasting offensive language in songs on multiple occasions during the school Easter holidays.
Ofcom has investigated after a complainant said Norfolk-based UKRD station KLFM referenced some local businesses during its news bulletins on Valentine’s Day.
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Matt Hancock, has endorsed “Local Radio Day” and commended the initiative; which is now in its third year.
UKRD's Local Radio Day has attracted the support of all 39 BBC Local Radio stations this year.
Bridge FM, Swansea Bay Radio, Radio Carmarthenshire, Radio Pembrokeshire and Radio Ceredigion are back onboard for this year’s Local Radio Day.
Surrey and Hampshire's Eagle Radio has launched a new digital station called 'Eagle 80s'.
Former Emmerdale, Waterloo Road and Casualty actress Roxanne Pallett is joining UKRD station Minster FM from Monday to do the breakfast show alongside Ben Fry.
Patrick Dunlop has departed Harrogate's Stray FM after more than 15 years for a job in PR.
It follows moves by Stray FM, Minster FM, Yorkshire Coast Radio and Spire FM who all handle 100% of their own airtime.
After months of filming, the town's festive displays and the people behind them will feature in Harrogate: A Great Yorkshire Christmas on Channel 5 this week.
UKRD Group has launched a locally focussed news service specifically designed for Amazon’s Echo, and Alexa enabled Fire Tablet and Fire TV devices.
UKRD has created three new posts and promoted a number of people across the group.
Inspirational individuals in West Sussex were in the spotlight at Spirit FM's Local Hero Awards recently.
Anna has worked for More Radio aka Splash FM for the last 14 years and also works on Isle of Wight Radio.
Most of the UKRD local radio stations in England are to launch spin-off 70s stations including Pirate 70s, Spire 70s and 2BR 70s today.
Presenters Adam Morris and Kim Robson have been promoted to new positions at Eagle Radio.
UKRD Group has announced Luke McPeake as its new Head of Production, combining his current role with the work of departing Colin McGinness.
UKRD has appointed Dave Alsybury to run its digital station that plays songs from the shows.