Arif Ansari was editor of a radio programme when a reporter read out the full name of a victim in a live broadcast
Arif Ansari said he didn’t question the reporter’s script as maintaining anonymity of sexual offence victims is a bas
.Event review: Over 250 people attended a Radio Masterclass event on Wednesday 16 January, focussed on providing support and advice for young people especially from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
.Policy makers, broadcasters and car makers are gathering at the Brussels Motor Show this evening to raise awareness of new EU rules requiring all new car radios to be capable of receiving digital terrestrial radio within two years.
.Jacob Rees-Mogg MP is joining the presenting team at LBC to host a new Friday evening show, starting today (18th January).
The MP for North East Somerset will take calls around the biggest stories of the day in a 60-minute programme.
Tributes have been paid to popular radio presenter Alan McQuillan who has died after a sudden illness.
RTÉ 2FM, announced the sad news on Friday afternoon, after Alan passed away on Wednesday at Beaumont Hospital aged 36.
As voice assistants grow to be a more visible and audible presence in the tech sector, the conversation has been dominated by just two names: Amazon and Google. But one of the other biggest brands isn’t out of the action just yet.
The German Music Association, more commonly known as BVMI, released its results for 2018. The year marked another batch of big numbers in streaming, even in a market where CDs remain a potent source of revenue.
Stingray has revealed it’s expanding the Canadian footprint of The Breeze “easy, relaxing, and familiar favourites” format to Halifax. This Thursday (Jan. 17), Mix 96.5 (CKUL-FM) will be relaunched as 96.
The competition in Halifax’s tight, 10-commercial station, radio market just heated up with a move by Evanov to preemptively flip its Rock 105 (CKHY-FM) station to Soft AC format The Jewel ahead of plans by Stingray to introduce an easy listening
Fred Botica, best known for his time on Perth’s Mix 94.5 Breakfast team, was the subject of a road rage incident.
The 71-year-old was riding his scooter home from the gym on Wednesday a van pulled out in front of him, cutting him off.
Perth broadcasting veteran Russell Woolf is returning to ABC Radio for a new Breakfast show kicking off next week.
He’ll join Nadia Mitsopoulos for the show, at a station where he hosted Afternoons, and later, Drive from 2005 to 2013.