I've had a few people ask me exactly what the International Radio Festival is, and after sitting through a day of events, I can now explain.
RadioToday readers can get half price tickets for the International Radio Festival, taking place in Zurich next month.
RTÉ is today releasing its Annual Report and Group Consolidated Financial Statements for the Year Ended 31st December 2012.
Well known American radio presenter Kidd Kraddick has died suddenly at the age of 53 whilst attending a charity golf tournament.
Four national radio stations, numerous regional stations and an external service, Voice of Greece have stopped broadcasting.
John Littig and Lynne Rosen, a couple who hosted a radio show called 'The Pursuit of Happiness' in New York have died from asphyxiation.
Michael Christian, one of the Australian radio presenters behind the hoax hospital phone call last December, has won a Top Jock award.
The radio app and website service TuneIn has raised $25 million in funding to help it reach its goal of dominating radio listening.
Daytimes on Citybeat have been taken over by Owen Larkin as Programme Director John Kearns concentrates on "new and existing projects."
One of the biggest nights of the UK radio calendar takes place this evening as the Sony Radio Academy Awards are announced.
A handwritten note left by Jacintha Saldanha has directly blamed Australian radio presenters Mel Greig and Michael Christian for what happened.
UK regulator Ofcom has granted permission for Digital One Ltd to extend its national radio multiplex, currently serving England, Scotland and Wales, to Northern Ireland.
This year's Radiodays Europe event in Berlin is expected to be the biggest yet with over 1000 participants from 50 countries involved.
The first session taking place at JockFest has been announced, with Programme Directors Robin Banks, Chris Buckley and David Lloyd leading the panel.
A brief for a 30 second radio ad has turned into a very clever yet free 72 hour radio ad across various radio stations in New Zealand.
The UK's Digital One has applied to extend its national DAB multiplex to Northern Ireland for the first time.
THe TT-only service operated by Manx Radio is to close after the Isle of Man Government ended financial support for it.
Australian prank caller and former 2DayFM presenter Michael Christian has returned to work at his former station Fox FM today.
News of a replacement show for Mel Greig and Michael Christian's Hot 30 Countdown has sparked reaction that they won't be returning to the Australian radio network.
The highlight of Radio Week 2013 will be the Digital Radio Summit in Geneva, taking place on World Radio Day - Wednesday 13th February.
DAB+ tests going under the name of "Brighton Experimental" along with seagul noises are now on-air in Brighton, England.
It is becoming increasingly unlikely that Southern Cross Austereo's Michael Christian and Mel Greig will face charges over the prank call to the London hospital.
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