talkSPORT suspend Twitter, Redican to leave RAB plus Burger King on Absolute – Behind the Mic, week January 20th

Jan 2014  Behind the Mic

Earlier this week

Reading 107 becomes JACK fm

Station Chairman Sir John Madejski has signed licensing documents to confirm Reading 107’s rebrand to JACK fm. No launch date has been set but the station has annouced a new live breakfast show.
Radio Today new-window

talkSPORT suspend Twitter activity

National sports broadcaster talkSPORT have suspended their Twitter account after presenter and former footballer Stan Collymore was the victim of abuse and threats on the social media site. Collymore subsequently deleted his account due to a lack of response from Twitter.
The Guardian new-window

Jim Proudfoot rejoins talkSPORT for World Cup

Football commentator Jim Proudfoot is rejoining UTV’s talkSPORT to cover Premier League and Cup games as well as matches from this summer’s FIFA World Cup. The radio veteran, who previously commentated during the 2010 World Cup for talkSPORT, joins fellow commentators Stan Collymore and Stan Matterface.
The Drum new-window

LBC 97.3 join emergency teams for Blue Light week

As part of a series of special programming, LBC 97.3 are on call with the emergency services to give listeners an insight into the daily demands of police, fire and amsbulance crews. Blue Light week, which runs from 20-24th of January, features Senior Reporter Tom Swarbrick spending a week with paramedics.
Radio Today new-window

Burger King ads to air during Absolute’s Superbowl coverage

Fast-food chain Burger King have won an agency-wide competition to feature on Absolute Radio during their Superbowl coverage. The station is broadcasting the NFL event on Sunday February 2nd.
Radio Today new-window

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