The DCMS have announced its plans to modernise the regulation of UK commercial radio. This follows a report from Ofcom last year, signalling their support for deregulation. Radiocentre’s CEO Siobhan Kenny blogs in response to the announcement, asking “How did we get here?’ and ‘Where do we want to be?’.
Commercial radio and independent producers have come together to welcome a new scheme aimed at supporting public service programming on radio and television.
Radioplayer has launched the world’s first voice-controlled hybrid radio adaptor. Radioplayer Car is a ‘smart radio’ system able to switch intelligently between DAB, FM or streaming to find the strongest signal.
The Department of Culture Media and Sport today (13 February) announced its plans to modernise the regulation of commercial radio in the UK. This follows a report from Ofcom last year, signalling their support for deregulation.
Today is #WorldRadioDay and 2017’s theme is ‘Radio is You’. Radiocentre’s George Butler explains why the listener’s unique relationship with radio continues to make it such a powerful platform for advertisers.
Today RAJAR announced that 48.7 million adults, or 90% of the adult* UK population tuned into their selected radio stations each week in the fourth quarter of 2016. This is up by approximately 445,000 adults on the same Quarter of the previous year (Q4, 2015).
With the BRIT Awards 2017 fast approaching, you may be starting to hear your favourite commercial radio station giving away tickets to see the event live. That’s because the BRIT Awards and Radiocentre have once again teamed up to run a nationwide promotion across commercial radio.