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talkSPORT has announced their partnership with Premiership Rugby, and will be an official broadcaster of Aviva Premiership Rugby throughout the 2012/13 season. The deal will see the sports station broadcast key live Aviva Premiership Rugby matches throughout the season including the London Double Header and finals on air and / or online.
UTV Media (GB) has announced that Matthew Bromham is the new Station Director for The Pulse and Pulse 2 in Bradford. Matthew’s appointment follows previous Station Director Michael Dobson’s promotion to Group Sales Director working across UTV Media’s 13 local stations.
XFM have updated their sound with a new imaging package on both their London and Manchester stations.
Howard Goodall, Classic FM’s Composer-in-Residence, will create a brand new piece of music that is to be inspired by the UK’s leading cancer charity Cancer Research UK as part of a new partnership.
The Hits Radio has announced a wide-reaching schedule refresh that sees a string of line-up changes with a number of new presenters joining the station, including a Sony Award winner.
Real and Smooth Radio have raised over £1million for wounded solider charity Help for Heroes after four years of fundraising and support.
Bauer Media has announced they are partnering with The Scottish Sun for an exclusive ten week sponsorship deal, starting February 11th. The campaign will air across the seven Scottish stations in the Bauer Place Portfolio until April 21st.
Spotify has released a Windows 8 version of their Spotify app and have offered a month long free trial to those downloading the streaming service on their WP8 devices.
Radio manufacturer Pure have appointed Nick Hucker as their new Director of Marketing. He replaces Colin Crawford who is leaving the company to pursue personal ambitions.
For Valentine’s Day, Magic 105.4 and Magic TV are counting down with the World’s Greatest Love Songs, with the top 20 presented by king of the dancefloor, musician Harry Judd of McFly.
A new digital radio transmitter for Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire has been switched on, meaning 1.8 million listeners can now enjoy DAB stations for the first time.
Sky Movies is set to become the new sponsor of Smooth Radio’s weekly film show, Smooth Radio at the Movies. The partnership begins on Saturday 16th February with Sky Movies promothing their range of films and on demand services. They will also use the platform to support the launch of their seasonal Sky Movies Oscars channel.