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Chart topping group, The Saturdays, entertained some 75 managers from stations around UKRD Group at a private gig held at the groups Management Conference in Marlow this week.
This Easter Sunday, UKRD Group stations across the country will broadcast a special “Easter Message” as the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanicapproaches.
With just a few days to go until the official launch of “EAGLE EXTRA” the exciting new radio station for Surrey and North East Hampshire, more details are being released about its look and sound.
UKRD Group is celebrating the announcement that it has been recognised twice in the latest Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For 2012 lists, with confirmation that they have retained, for the second year running, their first place in the listings and also, that their Chief Executive Officer, William Rogers, has been named as 2012 Sunday Times “Best Leader” of a mid-sized Top 100 company.
For the third year in a row, private radio operator, UKRD Group, has been accredited as an “extra-ordinary” Three Star company to work for by independent employee assessment organisation, Best Companies.
UKRD Group has increased the number of licences it operates across England to nineteen following its acquisition this week of Fresh Radio, the local station covering the Yorkshire Dales, and cemented its position as the country’s fourth largest operator of commercial radio licences.
Private radio operator, UKRD Group, has been named as “West Country Employer of the Year” at a ceremony in Cornwall.
UKRD’s Chief Executive, William Rogers, has been invited to address a session at the national conference of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in Manchester next month.
Private radio operator, UKRD Group, has announced increased operating profits for the last year, up 1% on the previous year and delivering almost £1.4m to group coffers.
Largest grouping of radio operators yet declare DAB is not right platform for local commercial radio
Responses to Ofcom’s consultation on DAB transmission build out shows clear and growing support amongst owners and operators of local commercial radio for the dumping of DAB as the future platform for local commercial radio in the UK. The consultation has prompted operators to publicly declare, for the first time in such significant numbers, that DAB is not an appropriate platform for local commercial radio delivery.
Over 50 radio stations to participate in Local Radio Day
Over fifty radio stations have now confirmed they will participate in this years’ Local Radio Day event. On the day itself, the 26th May, “proper” local radio stations will celebrate local radio engagement in the areas and communities they areproud to be a part of and broadcast to.
UKRD launches Encore Radio
UKRD's brand new national radio station dedicated to Musical Theatre launches today.