Wireless took home four prestigious awards at last night's ARIAs ceremony.
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Wireless Irish Radio Stations took home ten glorious gongs in the prestigious IMRO Awards on Friday night (5 October). CEO of FM104/Q102 Margaret Nelson was also formally inducted into the IMRO Hall of Fame during the awards ceremony.
talkSPORT has unveiled a new team for its exclusive uninterrupted live coverage of England’s upcoming tour of Sri Lanka which starts this month and a special competition for the West Indies tour in January.
The project to add 19 transmitters to the Sound Digital network is running ahead of schedule.
An update was provided to the industry at the Digital Radio UK ‘Drive to Digital’ event in London today.
Margot James MP, Minister for Digital and Creative Industries at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, today urged the radio industry to continue with the outstanding collaboration to support a successful digital radio transition.
It has been 30 years since one of the most iconic photos in football history - the 'Gazza / Jones Grab’ and tonight at 8pm talkSPORT brings together the two icons of British football in a radio first.
talkSPORT has successfully obtained the exclusive free-to-air rights for England cricket’s overseas tour of South Africa in 2019/2020.
Wireless stations in Ireland have clocked up an impressive 17 nominations in this year’s Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) Radio Awards 2018.
Lee Clayton is joining Wireless in the coming months as Head of talkSPORT.
The chat show host brings his inimitable style to the radio airwaves with his new weekday show, The Matthew Wright Show, starting September 10
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