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14th May 2013
Bauer Media today announces the appointment of Owen Ryan as Group Programme Director across sixteen Place radio stations in the North of England and Scotland. Ryan will be responsible for leading the... more
13th May 2013
Some of the UK’s best audio and media talent, including Fleet Street legend, Eve Pollard, will be taking part in the first ever Sound Women Festival on Saturday 18 May from 1pm, at the BBC Radio... more
RadioCentre is the industry body for UK commercial radio, helping to build its success, strength and diversity.
We work to ensure that the BBC sticks to its public service remit, while minimising negative impact on commercial radio. More
We work to achieve the best possible copyright agreements for commercial radio and represent our industry. More
We aim to secure a successful future for commercial radio across analogue and digital platforms. More
We work to secure the best possible regulatory framework for commercial radio stations and our listeners. More
We influence the radio industry's legal and regulatory framework, so that commercial radio can flourish. More
As the industry body for UK commercial radio, our members are at the heart of what we do and who we are. We work on their behalf to create a more competitive, diverse and creative industry, helping to provide the opportunities for their commercial success. We do this by lobbying on behalf of our industry, driving revenue and providing essential services.
RadioCentre helps raise the profile of commercial radio with advertisers and their agencies, under its Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) brand. More
RadioCentre administers the Radio Advertising Clearance Centre (RACC) which is the UK commercial radio industry's advertising clearance body. More
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