We provide a voice for commercial radio in the UK in all matters relating to government policy and regulation.
Commercial radio news provides a vital and valued service to listeners, reinforcing radio’s position as the most reliable and trusted medium in an era of proliferating fake news, according to our latest research, Breaking News.
Radio news fuels democratic debate and protects the public from misleading stories, incorrect statistics and stories propagated on social media, senior politicians told a meeting in Parliament this week organised by Radiocentre.
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.
On Wednesday 25 January, Radiocentre attended the launch of GTN’s new research at Soho House in Dean Street, London.
A positive change: New rules ban the advertising of high fat, salt and sugar food and soft drink products in children’s media
Following a full public consultation, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has today announced tough new rules banning the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food or soft drink products in children’s media.