Radio

By Press Gazette 03 April 9:12
National commercial speech radio station LBC has secured its highest-ever number of nominations in this year's Radio Academy awards, including two nominations for a phone-in hosted by the deputy prime minister.
By Press Gazette 31 March 15:55
The BBC has said it will "prove a better steward" of the World Service than the Government as it takes over responsibility for its funding.
By Press Gazette 31 March 8:49
The BBC has appointed Radio 5Live's Louisa Compton as the new editor of Radio 1 Newsbeat following the departure of its long-standing editor Rod McKenzie.
By Press Gazette 26 March 13:43
Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage will go head to head tonight in a televised showdown tonight over Britain's future in the European Union.
Lord Lawson pictured at Wimbledon in 2011 (Reuters)
By Dominic Ponsford 26 March 13:27
The author of a 2011 BBC Trust report on impartiality and science coverage has accused BBC News of ‘sticking two fingers up at BBC management’ and failing to act on his findings.
By Press Gazette 18 March 7:44
National talk radio station TalkSport is set to report a 12 per cent revenue rise in the first quarter - and a 25 per cent rise in April as the football World Cup nears.
By Press Gazette 13 March 11:19
The BBC is to repeat its radio apprenticeship scheme for a second year and will next week start appealing for candidates for the two-year scheme.
By Press Gazette 12 March 11:29
The Sun's managing editor Stig Abell is to team up with Sky News presenter Kay Burley to host a new weekend breakfast programme on the talk radio station LBC.
By Press Gazette 11 March 11:52
A Swedish journalist has been killed in Kabul, and Afghan police say two suspects have been arrested, the Swedish Embassy has confirmed.
By Press Gazette 11 March 8:40
The "broadly liberal" BBC has failed to be balanced on issues such as Europe and immigration and is "grotesquely over-managed", its own presenter John Humphrys has said in an interview.
Dave Lee Travis outside Southwark Crown Court (Credit: Reuters)
By Darren Boyle 13 February 16:13
Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis may face a retrial on a charge of allegedly sexually assaulting a journalist.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 February 10:47
How many journalism trainee schemes let you travel to one of the most remote communities on earth to make a documentary?
By Press Gazette 06 February 16:29
The former Radio 1 Newsbeat editor who was subject to an investigation over allegations of bullying is to become local radio development editor on a 12-month contract from April.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 February 10:53
Radio 4 claimed a record weekly reach in the last quarter of 2013 – its highest ever figure under the current Rajar measurement system which dates back to 1999.
By Dominic Ponsford 26 January 8:00

New bullying claims have been made against a senior BBC journalist following the news last week that Radio 1 Newsbeat boss Rod MacKenzie had been mov

Rod McKenzie (Credit: Rod McKenzie Twitter)
By Darren Boyle 23 January 10:12
The BBC has moved a long-standing editor of Newsbeat following a bullying investigation.
By Dominic Ponsford 22 January 17:56
Talksport has banned mentions of Twitter from its radio station and from Sport magazine until the social network takes action over ‘troll’ attacks on former footballer Stan Collymore, who is one of its presenters.
Dave Lee Travis outside Southwark Crown Court (Credit: Reuters)
By Press Association 22 January 16:23
A journalist has told a court that veteran DJ Dave Lee Travisallegedly groped her breasts after asking her to pose for suggestive photographs for him.
Talksport  radio home page
By Darren Boyle 14 January 13:03
The Daily Mail has announced a partnership deal with Talksport radio which will see several of the newspaper’s journalists and columnists appearing on the radio station.
By James Harding 14 January 10:35
To so many journalists, Stead has been the inspiration, the pioneer of the modern press. His zeal and idealism, his restless fury at inequality and injustice; his belief that dogged, daring investigations could capture the public’s imagination and prompt society to change for the better; his muscular opinions, his accessible design and his campaigning newspapers – and, no doubt too, a dab of ego, showmanship, and human folly – has made him the journalist’s editor.

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