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    BBC Radio Manchester and BBC Radio 5 live are back on-air after Quay House in MediaCityUK was evacuated.

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    Alfie Joey and Anna Foster are the new permanent breakfast show presenters at BBC Radio Newcastle.

  • I Second That (Radio) Emotion

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  • Minster FM to collect old £1 coins for charity

    Minster FM is on a mission to collect old pound coins on Local Radio Day.

  • Presenter Gary Davies returns to BBC Radio

    Twenty-three years after leaving BBC Radio 1, Oooooh Gary Davies is back on-air at the BBC next month.

  • How and Why Public Comments on Net Neutrality Make a Difference

    On May 18, by a strict 2 to 1 party-line vote, the FCC decided to begin a proceeding to undo the 2015 Open Internet Order, rescinding the network neutrality protections that have been in place for more than two years. It’s something that Chairman Ajit Pai promised to do not long after taking office, and […]
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  • Canada's terrorism threat level remains unchanged - Radio Canada International

    Radio Canada InternationalCanada's terrorism threat level remains unchangedRadio Canada InternationalCanadian officials have no plans to raise the country's terrorism threat level in the wake of a deadly suicide bombing that killed 22 people and injured 59 others …and more »

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    Montreal GazetteEastern Quebec to add area code 367 to fill demand for new numbersMontreal GazetteDue to an increase in demand for phone numbers in eastern Quebec, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission will introduce a new area code for the region, according to a press release from the Telecommunications Alliance.New area…[Read more]

  • Newfoundland and Labrador urged to prepare early for 10-digit dialing, new area code - The Telegram

    The TelegramNewfoundland and Labrador urged to prepare early for 10-digit dialing, new area codeThe TelegramThe ever-growing use of communications services is driving the increase in demand for phone numbers in the region which means 10-digit local dialing will be required for all wireline and wireless local calls, says the alliance, a group of…[Read more]

  • Here's why you can thank one Canadian for the invention of AM Radio - Globalnews.ca

    Globalnews.caHere's why you can thank one Canadian for the invention of AM RadioGlobalnews.caThe invention of AM Radio changed the landscape of media, music and communication. The world was able to broadcast sound waves that contained more than just beeps and boops, thanks to a Canadian inventor. To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, …

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  • New Book 'Rock n Radio' Explores Montreal's Golden Age - A Journal of Musical Things (blog)

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  • Radio Festival postponed due to recent events

    Radio Festival has been postponed due to the events which took place last night in Manchester.

  • Podcast #92 – Conspiracy Theory & Community Radio

    Mae Brussell hosted radio shows focused on the JFK Assassination, fascism and other conspiracies on community radio stations KLRB an KAZU in the 1970s and 1980s. Brussell’s brand of broadcasting represents a strain of community radio show thatcontinues to be found, often to the chagrin of program directors and boards of directors. Matthew…[Read more]

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