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Grant Goddard : author of more than 1,000 works published in analyst reports, consumer and trade magazine articles, his blog (discontinued 2013), presentations and books. Many are available to download from Amazon or to view on Slideshare.

Grant’s editorial roles in trade and consumer publishing have included: News Editor of The Radio Magazine, Radio Editor of rpm Weekly, Radio Editor of City Limits, Radio Editor of For The Record, Radio Editor of Jazz Express, Radio Editor of Independent Media, Acting Radio Editor of Broadcast, Acting Radio Editor of Time Out, News Reporter/Features Writer for Music Week; freelance writer for Jocks, NME, Now Radio, Music & Media, Radio World, Durham Street Press, The LevellerToronto World Arts Scene; and creator of Radio News and Free! (later renamed Touch!). He authored numerous reports and presentations for Enders Analysis.

National Radio Archive Feasibility & Cost Analysis, report for British Library [with Lawrie Hallett & Daniel Nathan], 2 May 2014
DAB Digital Radio Switchover In The UK: Q&A, April 2014
Options For Radio Broadcasting In The UK, report for Propeller TV, 8 January 2014
DAB Radio Switchover: Dead As The Dodo, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 December 2013
34 Facts About DAB Radio Switchover, report for UKRD Group Ltd, September 2013
Audiometrics: Measuring Audio Consumption In The UK, presentation for Internet Advertising Bureau UK conference [with Daniel Nathan], September 2013
What The Numbers Say – And Why You Should Care, chapter in ‘The Big Audio Handbook’, Internet Advertising Bureau UK, September 2013
Complaint to Ofcom Re: ‘Heart’ Cornwall, paper for UKRD Group Ltd, May 2013
Low Digital Take-Up Of Local Commercial Radio Prevents Digital Radio Switchover In UK, Seeking Alpha, 18 October 2012
Online Radio: The UK Business Model, presentation for Music 4.5: Smart Radio conference, 26 September 2012
Response To DCMS Communications Review: Radio, report for UKRD Group Ltd, September 2012
Response To Ofcom Consultation Re: ‘Heart’ Cornwall, paper for UKRD Group Ltd, August 2012
Radio Connected: Technology Strategy Board Project, presentation for TSB Creative Industries KTN conference [with Nikhil Shah], 17 July 2012
DAB Radio Switchover In The UK, presentation for Bauer Media, January 2012
Response To Ofcom Consultation ‘An Approach To DAB Coverage Planning’, paper for UKRD Group Ltd, September 2011
The BBC Proposals To Cut Its Local Radio Budgets, commentary for The Guardian online comments, 25 September 2011
A 21st Century Technology Strategy For BBC Radio, report for the BBC, September 2011
Growing DAB Radio Usage In The UK. Confused? You Should Be!, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 14 August 2011
UK DAB Radio Receiver Sales Fell In 2009 And 2010, But “Digital Radio Sales Have Held Up – They Are Flat” Insists Mr Switchover, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 6 August 2011
UK Listening Growth Demonstrates Radio’s Strengths In A Multi-Tasking World, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 August 2011
UK Commercial Radio Sector Revenues Q1 2011: Local Advertising Hits 10-Year Low, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 July 2011
Andy Parfitt Leaves Radio 1 On A High: Separating The Man From The Myth, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 July 2011
When Is A Consultation Not A Consultation? When Ofcom Consults About Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 18 July 2011
Spain: DAB Digital Radio Switched Off In Most Of Country, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 July 2011
Portugal: DAB Digital Radio Switched Off, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 12 July 2011
DAB In Cars: The Straw That Will Break Digital Radio Switchover’s Back, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 July 2011
Radio Invicta: The Genesis Of Black Music Radio In London … Still Unfulfilled, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 July 2011
KISS FM: From Radical Radio To Big Business (The Inside Story Of A London Pirate Radio Station’s Path To Success),Radio Books, London, paperback book & e-book, July 2011, ISBN 9780956496317
Germany: “DAB [Radio] Remains A Problem Child”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 May 2011
Government Expenditure Cutbacks Clobber UK Commercial Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 May 2011
France: Government Report Recommends 2-3 Year “Moratorium” Before Launch Of Digital Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 May 2011
When UK Radio Listening Figures Are This Good, Why Does RAJAR Need To Fib?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 14 May 2011
DAB Radio Downgrade: How Is ‘90% Of FM Coverage’ A Sensible Target For DAB To Replace FM?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 May 2011
Digital Radio UK On DAB Radio Switchover: Talkin’ Loud And Saying Nothin’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 April 2011
Which? Says: DAB Radio Switchover Must Be “Consumer Led Or Not At All”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 April 2011
DAB Radio Downgrade? The New Masterplan To Deliver DAB Radio Reception Worse Than FM, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 April 2011
Commercial Radio: “So Keen To Hold Back The BBC?”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 April 2011
DAB Radio Sector Rubbishes Its Own Digital Radio Receiver Sales Figures, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 6 April 2011
AM/FM Switch-Off Of National Radio Stations? An Empty Threat Whose Expiry Date Has Long Passed, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 April 2011
David Blunkett’s Opinion Of DAB Radio: BBC Is “Defending The Indefensible”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 2 April 2011
Culture Secretary: “Digital Radio Industry Needs To Do A Lot More Work … To Carry The Public With It”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 March 2011
Norway: Government Proposes “Possible FM [Radio] Switch-Off” And “Possible Prolongation Of FM Licences”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 26 March 2011
UK Commercial Radio Revenues Underperform The 2010 Media Market, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 20 March 2011
Germany: Government Drops FM Radio Switch-Off 2015 Date From New Legislation, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 March 2011
DAB Radio Take-Up In The UK: The 2010 Year-End Scorecard, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 12 March 2011
Public Spending Cuts Impacted Commercial Radio 2010 Revenues By £24m, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 March 2011
The Route To Secure Local Radio’s Digital Future, paper for UKRD Group Ltd, March 2011
Does The Nation Love Its Digital Radio Stations? 86% Of UK Adults Say ‘No’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 February 2011
Rubbish DAB Radio Reception: Why Is Ofcom Working Hard NOT To Fix The Problem?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 February 2011
DAB Radio Numbers: Why Do They Keep Making Them Up?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 February 2011
DAB Radio Switchover: The View From The Government Bunker, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 February 2011
Bauer Radio Talks The DAB Talk, But Walks Its Magic Brand Off DAB, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 January 2011
Q: Who Is The Government Commissioning To Produce An Objective Report On The Costs & Benefits Of DAB Radio Switchover? A: The Government, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 January 2011
DAB Radio Receiver Sales In 2010: What Was The Actual Number?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 18 January 2011
UK Commercial Radio Revenues Q3 2010: Still No Sign Of “Renewed Growth”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 12 January 2011
Commercial Radio Local DAB Build-Out “Not The BBC’s Responsibility” Says BBC Trust Chairman, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 7 January 2011
Norway: Digital Radio Switchover “Postponed Indefinitely”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 January 2011
Ofra Haza: The Making Of World Music’s First International Star, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 December 2010
Digital Radio UK Meets BBC Radio Northampton Listeners In A DAB Black Hole, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 21 December 2010
Germany: Planned 2011 Re-Launch Of National DAB: “Solved A Problem That Did Not Exist”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 December 2010
DAB Radio & Switchover: The British Public Speaks Its Mind, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 December 2010
Denmark: “DAB Radio: We Do Not Use It Here!”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 7 December 2010
Germany: DAB “Is Not Financially Viable,” Internet Radio On The Rise, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 December 2010
Which? Advises: Two Of “Seven Christmas Gifts To Avoid” Are DAB Radios, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 December 2010
Roll Up! Roll Up! Enjoy The Radio Industry Pantomime: ‘DAB Radio’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 November 2010
BBC Head Of Radio: “I’m Not Going To Give You A Date” For Digital Radio Switchover, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 November 2010
Norway: “Yes To Radio!” But No To DAB?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 25 November 2010
DAB Radio Lies: Lobbyist Claims 40% Of Listening To Radio 4’s ‘Today’ Show Is Via DAB, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 November 2010
Trick Or Treat? £55m To Be Spent Scaring UK Consumers Into Buying DAB Radios, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 November 2010
Lobby The EU To Mandate Europe-Wide Digital Radio Switchover? No Chance!, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 November 2010
France: Digital Radio Report For Government Identifies ‘The Paradox Of DAB’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 17 November 2010
Spain: DAB Enters The Last Chance Saloon, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 November 2010
Netherlands: Government Forces DAB Upon Commercial Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 November 2010
The Digital Radio Stakeholders Group: Another ‘Faux Consultation’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 November 2010
BBC Licence Fee Settlement: For Radio, Where Will The Axe Fall?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 November 2010
BBC Head Of Radio: DAB Not “A Clear Enough Offer To Listeners”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 October 2010
DAB Radio Usage: Going Nowhere Fast, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 October 2010
Digital Radio Upgrade? More Like Digital Radio Groundhog Day, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 October 2010
David vs Goliath: Commercial Radio Spends £27 per hour on programmes, BBC Radio 2 Spends £4,578, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 October 2010
BBC Trust Chair Notes “The Absence Of A Coherent Digital [Radio] Strategy”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 12 October 2010
UK Commercial Radio: Q2 2010 National Revenues Down 40% Since 2003, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 October 2010
Shameless Book Plug, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 October 2010
DAB Digital Radio: Licensed To Fail, Radio Books, London, book, October 2010, ISBN 9780956496300
France: “In No Country Is Digital Terrestrial Radio Working Out”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 25 September 2010
Having DAB Cake And Eating It: Temper Tantrums In The Global Radio Playpen, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 September 2010
The Exit Strategy For DAB Radio Switchover: The Consumer Expert Group Addresses Vaizey’s “Big If”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 14 September 2010
Without Local Commercial Radio, Switchover To DAB Will Not Happen, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 September 2010
Germany: “The Over-40’s Will Be Listening To Radio On FM For The Next 40 Years”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 September 2010
Back To The Future Of Radio – The FM Band, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 September 2010
UK Commercial Radio Audiences: One Swallow Doesn’t Make “Long-Term And Sustained Growth”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 August 2010
Download The First Annual Not ‘The Ofcom Digital Radio Progress Report’ Report, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 21 August 2010
Lies, Damned Lies And … Ofcom’s First Digital Radio Progress Report, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 August 2010
The First Annual Not ‘The Ofcom Digital Radio Progress Report’ Report, presentation, August 2010
DAB Radio’s Slow Consumer Take-Up: Lessons Not Learnt From FM Radio 50 Years Earlier, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 26 July 2010
Cost/Benefit Analysis Of DAB Radio: Murdoch Rushes In Where Governments Fear To Tread, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 July 2010
Ofcom’s DAB Radio Strategy: Busy Doing Nothing, Trying To Find Lots Of Things Not To Do, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 July 2010
Digital Radio Switchover: Talk Is Cheap, Action Will Never Happen, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 July 2010
Independent Radio Productions Commissioned By The BBC, report commissioned by BBC Trust, July 2010
DAB Radio: A National Platform That No One Wanted, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 June 2010
Choice FM R.I.P.: The Birth And Near Death Of Licensed Black Music Radio In London, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 12 June 2010
The Cost Of Upgrading DAB Radio: Why It Will Never Happen, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 6 June 2010
DAB Is Dead, Index On Censorship, Sage Publications, London, Volume 39, Number 2, June 2010, pp.96-101
Commercial Radio Revenues: Always Look On The Bright Side Of Less, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 May 2010
The DAB Radio Scrappage Scheme – Much Too Little, Much Too Late, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 May 2010
What Is RAJAR’s Function? Cheerleader Or Research Bureau?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 May 2010
Digital Radio Station Listening: A Blip In Time Saves 6?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 May 2010
UK Commercial Radio’s Growing Reliance On Public Sector Funds, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 May 2010
Benefits Of DAB Radio “Insufficient Compared To Its Cost Per User”, Warned EU Report … In 2002, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 May 2010
Denmark: State Radio Axes DAB Radio ‘Jukebox’ Music Channels, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 24 April 2010
Selling The UK DAB ‘Success’ Story Overseas, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 17 April 2010
Digital Economy Act 2010: A Smokescreen For Backroom Radio ‘Deal’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 10 April 2010
Digital Radio Switchover: Legislation Is “Virtually Meaningless,” Says Shadow Culture Secretary, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 7 April 2010
Marketing DAB Radio: Misleading Listeners Only Damages The Medium, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 April 2010
Germany: No Radio Interest In DVB-T Digital Platform, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 April 2010
DAB Radio In The UK: It Ain’t What You Do, It’s The Way That You Do It, Radio Today ‘e-Radio’ e-mail newsletter, April 2010
French Culture Minister: Launch Of Digital Radio Not “A Priority”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 31 March 2010
When Is An FM Radio Not A Radio? When It’s In A Portable Media Player, Says Digital Switchover Group, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 March 2010
The Digital Economy Bill: Let The Horse-Trading Begin, Says Shadow Minister, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 24 March 2010
Government: Digital Radio Switchover in 2015 “Still On Track”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 24 March 2010
The DAB Challenge: Most Radios Stay Tunes To One Station Most Of The Time, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 March 2010
France: Digital Radio “Is Not Progressing One Inch”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 17 March 2010
DAB Converters For Portable Analogue Radios? It’s A “No No”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 March 2010
Lord Fowler: “There Will Be A Public Outcry If We Get The Radio Digital Switchover Wrong. There Could Be A Very Big Row Indeed About This”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 6 March 2010
DAB Radio Receiver Sales: Never Let Facts Get In The Way Of A Big Number, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 March 2010
Car Industry: “Gaps In Digital Coverage Are A Major Deterrent To [The] Introduction Of Digital Radios”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 February 2010
Digital Radio Switchover: A Broadcasting Minister’s Last Day: “There Is Nothing That I Am Trying Not To Say”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 25 February 2010
Denmark: Government Contemplates DAB Radio’s Future, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 February 2010
European Commercial Radio Trade Group Says ‘No’ To Universal FM Switch-off Date, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 February 2010
Norway: Every Fifth Radio Sold Is An Internet Radio, Every Eleventh Is DAB, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 12 February 2010
Digital Radio Stations: Listeners Abandon Ship, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 10 February 2010
Renewal Of National Commercial Radio Licences: Debated In The House Of Lords, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 February 2010
Costs/Benefits Of Digital Radio Switchover: Why The Government Buried The Evidence, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 February 2010
Criteria And A Date For Digital Radio Switchover: Debated In The House Of Lords, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 February 2010
Small Local Stations & The Digital Economy Bill: Debated In The House Of Lords, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 February 2010
Sweden: Transmission Company Proposes DAB Radio Re-launch In 2010/11, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 January 2010
Government: Agreement To Finance DAB Radio Upgrade “Not Expected Until Late 2010”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 January 2010
France: “2010 Will Be The Last Chance” To Launch Digital Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 January 2010
Government Admits: No Assessment Of Impact On Small FM Commercial Radio Stations Of Digital Economy Bill, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 January 2010
Germany: “FM Is And Will Continue To Be The Most Important Means Of Transmission For Radio,” Say Commercial Broadcasters, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 25 January 2010
Canada: DAB Radio “Is No Longer A Replacement For Analogue AM And FM Services”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 January 2010
Submission To House Of Lords Select Committee On Communications: Inquiry Into Digital Switchover Of Radio, letter, 21 January 2010
Labour MP Says Government’s Analogue Radio Switch-off “Is Absolutely Potty”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 January 2010
Parliamentary Debate On Local Radio: Minister Reads From The Government DAB Script, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 January 2010
Criteria And A Date For Digital Radio Switchover: Where’d They Go?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 January 2010
Kiss FM: It’s The Same Old Songs, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 January 2010
France: De-localising RFM And Virgin Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 December 2009
Germany: Government Proposes To Re-launch DAB In 2011, If Sufficient Interest, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 18 December 2009
Radio In The Digital Economy Bill: Three More Amendments Tabled, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 December 2009
Internet Radio: Denigrate It, Marginalise It … Consumers Will Still Listen, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 December 2009
Local Government Unhappy About Digital Radio Switchover, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 December 2009
UK Commercial Radio Revenues Q3 2009, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 December 2009
Digital Radio Switchover: Amendment To ‘Consider The Needs’ Of Listeners And Small Stations, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 7 December 2009
France: Digital Radio Postponed Until At Least Year-end 2010, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 December 2009
BBC Radio: Endangering Commercial Radio’s ‘Heartland Audience’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 4 December 2009
Radio In The Digital Economy Bill: House Of Lords Second Reading, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 December 2009
DAB Radio UK Sales: 10m In 10 Years Is “An Incredible Achievement”?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 December 2009
UK Commercial Radio In Numbers: Q3 2009, presentation, December 2009
DAB Radio: The Customer Is Always Wrong?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 November 2009
France: Digital Radio “Already Dead”?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 26 November 2009
Digital Economy Bill: Radio Industry Reaction, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 26 November 2009
Commercial Radio And DAB: Turkeys Voting For Christmas, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 20 November 2009
“It’s Only In Recent Months … That Digital Radio Has Been A Real Focus And Priority For The [UK Radio] Industry”,Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 18 November 2009
Switzerland: Five Of Eight DAB+ Radio Licences Expire Unused, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 16 November 2009
FM Radio In Mobile Phones: The Universal Standard, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 November 2009
‘Digital Britain’ And The Radio Sector, egta Radio Newsletter no.16, Brussels, 13 November 2009
France: Digital Radio Rollout Hangs In The Balance, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 November 2009
Radio In The Digital Economy Bill: The Tail Wagging The Dog, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 November 2009
Digital Radio In France: T-DMB Or Not T-TMB?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 November 2009
Austria: Media Regulator Puts DAB Radio On Hold, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 7 November 2009
DAB Radio: “Let Us Get On This Horse Or Get Off It”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 November 2009
Catalonia: DAB Radio In A “Coma”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 31 October 2009
Digital Radio Upgrade & The Digital Economy Bill, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 October 2009
Digital Platforms: Commercial Radio Losing Share To BBC, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 October 2009
Culture Secretary Speaks About Digital Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 25 October 2009
France: Digital Radio Launch Postponed To Mid-2010, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 October 2009
Germany: National Public Radio To End DAB Broadcasts Year-end, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 21 October 2009
Norway: Government Commissions Cost Analysis Of FM Switch-off, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 20 October 2009
France: “Digital Terrestrial Radio: Now!”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 October 2009
Sweden: Digital Radio To Be Distributed By Digital TV Network, Not DAB+, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 18 October 2009
UK Commercial Radio In Numbers: Q2 2009, presentation, October 2009
France: “Let’s Not Mess Up Digital Radio”, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 September 2009
Digital Radio In France: Cold Feet, No Funding, Sue The Regulator, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 September 2009
The Demand For DAB Radio: Where Is It?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 17 September 2009
Funding DAB Radio Infrastructure Upgrade: Still ‘No’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 10 September 2009
Digital Radio: Parliamentary Question, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 10 September 2009
EU Commissioner Viviane Redding: Digital Radio In Europe, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 September 2009
UK Commercial Radio Revenues Q2 2009, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 7 September 2009
DAB Radio European Update, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 2 September 2009
Predicting The Radio Present, Twenty Years Ago, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 August 2009
Paying For DAB Radio Carriage: God Only Knows, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 August 2009
Digital Britain: The Implementation Plan, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 14 August 2009
Destroying BBC Radio One: It’s The Same Old Song, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 August 2009
“Above All Else, Durham FM Will Be Local” …. A Promise Is A Comfort To A Fool, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 2 August 2009
Digital Radio Switchover; ‘You Can’t Move Faster Than The British Public Want You To Move’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 August 2009
Digital Radio: A European Update, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 24 July 2009
Digital One – An End To Wishing And Hoping, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 July 2009
Digital Radio Switchover: Parliamentary Question, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 22 July 2009
DAB Radio In Germany: Further Public Funding Rejected, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 July 2009
Digital Radio Upgrade: Everyone’s A Winner, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 July 2009
Paying For Digital Britain’s ‘Digital Radio Upgrade’: Who, Me?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 9 July 2009
Digital Radio Switchover: The Conservative Party Viewpoint, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 July 2009
DAB Radio Switchover: BBC Listener Opinions Offer Exit Strategy, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 July 2009
Germans And Swiss Snub DAB, The Register, London, 2 July 2009
Funding DAB Radio Improvements: Who Pays?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 2 July 2009
DAB Radio In Cars By 2013? – “Extremely Challenging” Say Car Makers, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 July 2009
Commercial Radio In Germany And Switzerland Rejects DAB Radio, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 June 2009
Digital Britain: Is The 50% Criterion For Digital Radio Listening Achievable?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 23 June 2009
UK Commercial Radio In Numbers: Q1 2009, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 18 June 2009
UK Commercial Radio In Numbers: Q1 2009, Grant Goddard, presentation, June 2009
Radio In Digital Britain – Sense And Sensibleness, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 17 June 2009
Digital Radio Switchover – Searching For The Credible Plan, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 10 June 2009
Digital Radio In The UK: Progress And Challenges, EBU 3rd Digital Radio Conference, conference presentation, Tunis, 4 June 2009
Exclusive Digital Radio Content: Saying It And Doing It Are Two Different Things, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 June 2009
UK Commercial Radio Revenues Q1 2009, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 1 June 2009
Global Radio And TLRC: A Tale Of Two Sickies, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 May 2009
Digital Radio: Never Mind The Content, Feel The Bandwidth?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 13 May 2009
Commercial Radio And RAJAR: The Truth Is Out There (Somewhere), Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 May 2009
Radio 2009: Braving The Crisis – The UK Situation, egta 35th AGM & General Assembly, conference presentation, Zurich, 7 May 2009
DAB: Actions Speak Louder Than Keynote Speeches, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 May 2009
First Love Radio (aka South London Radio) R.I.P., Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 April 2009
An Independent Review of the Rules Governing Local Content on Commercial Radio, Digital Britain, London, 15 April 2009 [with John Myers]
UK Commercial Radio In Numbers: Q4 2008, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 8 March 2009
UK Commercial Radio In Numbers: Q4 2008, Grant Goddard, presentation, March 2009
Digital Radio Stations: One Step Forward, Two Steps Backward, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 20 February 2009
DAB: There Is No Alternative?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 February 2009
Localness: Please, Sir, Can I Have Some Less?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 17 February 2009
DAB: The Medium Of Consumer Choice?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 February 2009
Digital Britain: The Devil Is In The Indefinite Article, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 February 2009
Abbey FM – The Tip Of An Iceberg, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 31 January 2009
RAJAR Blog: Credit Crunch Spells Good Times For Radio, Broadcast, London, 30 January 2009
Warning! Digital Radio Objectives May Appear Closer Than They Are In Reality, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 January 2009
DAB Radio Receiver Sales Suffer Negative Growth, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 27 January 2009
DAB Radio: Now You Hear It (In-store), Now You Don’t (In-home), Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 21 January 2009
The Digital One DAB Radio Multiplex – Fixing ‘Market Failure’ … Ten Years Too Late, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 January 2009
Classic FM – Always Check The Expiry Date Before Purchase, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 January 2009
Shipwrecked On Desert Island DAB, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 6 January 2009
Heart Disease – Turning ‘Big Fish/Small Pond’ Into ‘Big Pond/Small Fish’?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 5 January 2009
Arguments To Persuade The Government To Renew National Commercial Radio (INR) Licences, paper for RadioCentre, January 2009
Arguments From UK Music Copyright Societies (PRS, PPL) For A New Licensing Agreement For The Commercial Radio Industry, paper for RadioCentre, January 2009
Ofcom’s Radio Licensing Strategy – Adding Fuel To The Unprofitable Fire, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 30 December 2008
In The Ditch With DAB Radio, The Register, London, 29 December 2008
UK Commercial Radio Revenues – A Shrinking ‘Pint Pot’, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 28 December 2008
Digital Radio Working Group – It Must Be ‘Numberwang’!, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 19 December 2008
Nokia – A ‘Man Friday’ For Radio?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 15 December 2008
DAB v Internet: The Tortoise And The Hare, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 11 December 2008
DAB: Fiddling While Rome Burns?, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 10 December 2008
CBS Radio Takes Yahoo! Launchcast – Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid!, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 3 December 2008
Google Not Expanding Into European Ad Sales (For Now), Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 29 November 2008
Touch FM To Be Sold Or Closed, Grant Goddard Radio Blog, 25 November 2008
Local Media And BBC Video, Enders Analysis, report 2008-107, London, 13 November 2008
Radio: Challenges & Opportunities, The 2008 European Radio Symposium, conference presentation, Lisbon, 5 November 2008
Talking Radio: Grant Goddard [Channel 4 Radio], Broadcast, London, 29 October 2008
The Digital One Radio Multiplex: Desperately Seeking Subsidy, Enders Analysis, report 2008-100e, London, 22 October 2008
Channel 4 Radio: Six Feet Under, Enders Analysis, report 2008-97e, London, 13 October 2008
The Second National Digital Radio Multiplex: Waiting For Godot?, Enders Analysis, report 2008-92e, London, 2 October 2008
Global Radio: Consolidation And Competition Issues, unpublished report, September 2008
Talking Radio: Grant Goddard [internet radio] , Broadcast, London, 24 September 2008
UK Commercial Radio: Q2 2008, Enders Analysis, report 2008-84, London, 11 September 2008
Talking Radio: Grant Goddard [Fen Radio], Broadcast, London, 10 September 2008
Clear Channel: Designs On Global Radio?, Enders Analysis, report 2008-82, London, 3 September 2008
DAB Radio: Nice Platform, Shame About The Take-up, Enders Analysis, report 2008-63e, London, 24 June 2008
Tuned Into The Future Of Radio, Broadcast, London, 24 June 2008
UK Commercial Radio: Q1 2008, Enders Analysis, report 2008-59, London, 18 June 2008
Virgin Radio: New Owner, New Name, New Beginning, Enders Analysis, report 2008-54, London, 10 June 2008
The Future Of Radio, The Association Of European Radios, annual conference presentation, Brussels, 10 June 2008
Privatising Radios One And Two: How To Kill Commercial Radio With Kindness, Enders Analysis, report 2008-51, London, 4 June 2008
Commercial Radio’s ‘Heartland Audience’: Where Did Their Love Go?, unpublished incomplete draft report, May 2008
Strategy Verdict: Orange Liveradio, Media Week, London, 28 May 2008
GCap Media: One Previous Owner, Needs Serious Attention, Enders Analysis, report 2008-32, London, 8 April 2008
UK Commercial Radio: Q4 2007, Enders Analysis, report 2008-28, London, 27 March 2008
The Future Of Digital Radio: Is It DAB?, Enders Analysis, report 2008-07, London, January 2008
GCap Media: The End Of The Road, Enders Analysis, report 2008-01e, London, January 2008
EMAP: Can’t Get Used To Losing You, Enders Analysis, report 2007-114e, London, December 2007
Reasons Why Satellite Radio Will Not Succeed In Europe, unpublished list, November 2007
UK Commercial Radio: A New Way To Regulate ‘Localness’, unpublished report, November 2007
Digital Radio Switchover: Somewhere Over The Rainbow?, Enders Analysis, report 2007-99, London, October 2007
UK Commercial Radio Consolidation, Enders Analysis, report 2007-88, London, September 2007
Radio: Last.fm Is Not The Problem, Enders Analysis, report 2007-60e, London, July 2007
Channel 4: Radio Ambitions Aim Too High, Enders Analysis, report 2007-58e, London, July 2007
EMAP: Pick Up The Pieces, Enders Analysis, report 2007-56, London, June 2007
Commercial Radio: Out Of Tune With London, Enders Analysis, report 2007-44e, London, May 2007
Virgin Radio: A Pig In A Poke, Enders Analysis, report 2007-40, London, May 2007
15% Use Radio As Main News Source; Viacom To Buy Last.fm?; Ross Questions BBC Over Minorities; Radio City Rebuked For Wind-up Call; Portable IP Radio Player Launch Imminent; Boardroom Coup At SMG, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 7 March 2007, #778, pp.3-5
Scottish Media Group: The Only Way Is Up?, Enders Analysis, report 2007-28e, London, March 2007
BBC iPlayer, Enders Analysis, report 2007-19e, London, March 2007
Commercial Radio: Growth Ambitions Quashed By Economic Realities, Enders Analysis, report 2007-17e, London, March 2007
New Style DJ Bans Gangsta Rap; GMG To Bid For Chrysalis Radio?; LBC Quizzed Over All-White Presenter Team;Hanover Could Block UTV-SMG Merger; LBC Promotion Campaign On Heart; Europeans Show Interest In Satellite Radio, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 28 February 2007, #777, pp.3-5
Morgan Stanley Sells GCap Shares; RadioCentre Captures Kip; WorldSpace Scraps UK Subs; Online Advertising Impacts Radio; Leith FM Plans To Re-float Ross Revenge; Mansfield Joins NGW Multiplex Bid; Obituary: Susie Parkes, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 21 February 2007, #776, pp.3-6
Is Chrysalis Ready To Quit Radio?; BBC Devon Launches DRM Trial; Emap Radio Performance “Disappointing”; Gaydar Chairman Dies; Galaxy And Kiss Discuss Shared Shows; New Chip Offers Global DAB Capability, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 14 February 2007, #775, pp.3-5
BBC Accedes To Ofcom iPlayer Conditions; GCap Creates Interactive Division; Ofcom: AAC Codec “Would Risk Stalling DAB Sales”; Chrysalis On Target; L-band Auction Before Year-end, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 7 February 2007, #774, pp.3-5
Ofcom Approves Co-Location Of UTV Plc Local Radio Stations ‘Tower FM’, ‘Wish FM’, ‘Wire FM’ And 11 Hrs/Day Networked Output, King Appointed Chairman Of Radio Advertising Bureau And Non-Executive Director Of RadioCentre, unpublished news stories, February 2007
The BBC Licence Fee Settlement For 2007-2013, unpublished report, February 2007
EMAP Staff Cuts; Ofcom Approves BBC Podcast Proposal; DAB To Add Pictures; Ross Takes On WM Afternoons; Dacre Says Radio Market Is “Rigged”; National Grid Wireless Attracts Interest, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 31 January 2007, #773, pp.3-5
Advertising Outlook Is Positive; BBC Licence Fee Settlement; Mobile DAB Slow Take-Up; No DAB Upgrade Until 2013;Radio Goes Underground; Hazlitt Appointment Welcomed, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 24 January 2007, #772, pp.3-5
CanWest Licence Win Extends UK Ambitions; Jackie: Radio Is “Stifled By Short-sighted Bureaucracy”; Portable Wi-fi Radio Ready By Summer; Hazlitt Exit Fuels Speculation; Fresh Adds FM, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 17 January 2007, #771, pp.3-5
4Radio Available Via The Cloud; Wi-fi Technologies Threaten Terrestrial Radio; Digital Radio “Ready For Takeoff”;Podcast Licences Under Negotiation; Gaydar DAB Quality Row; Analogue Switch-off In 2010?; UCB On DAB, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 10 January 2007, #770, pp.3-6
BBC: Falling Audiences Are Commercial Radio’s Own Fault; Richards Heralds Regulation Overhaul; TheJazz In Mono Inflames Quality Debate; GCap: Revenue Downturn Is “Structural”; Commercial Radio Blames Communications Act; Emap Makes Cutbacks; Revenue Forecast: 2% Fall In 2007, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 3 January 2007, #769, pp.3-5
UK Unit Sales Of DAB Digital Radio Receivers Increased 15% Year-On-Year In December 2006, Ofcom Advertises Two Local DAB Multiplex Licences, Awards Licence To ‘Stroud FM’, Appoints Six New Advisory Members, RadioCentre’s 3-Year Commercial Radio Sector Strategy Is ‘R.A.D.I.O’ – Revenue, Audience, Digital, Influence, Organisation, unpublished news stories, January 2007
Audiovisual Advertising Blues 2007, Enders Analysis, report 2007-e01, London, January 2007
Heart Launches On Freeview; Internet Radios Down To £30; Scuffle At The Saint; TLRC Writes Off £16m From Station Values; Eight Go For South Wales; Radio Music Shop Launched; Saga Sold: GMG Expands; Xfm Launches Interactive Service, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 20 December 2006, #767, pp.3-5
Telegraph Talk Launches 2007; Martin To Quit R2 Music Job; Ofcom OK’s Smooth To ‘Grey’; Proud For Preston; Ofcom Offers Multiplex TV Flexibility; River FM Up For Sale; TalkSPORT Censured By Advertising Watchdog; BBC Off-air In Russia; Donna Ferguson, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 13 December 2006, #766, pp.3-4 & 6
Cole: DAB Quality “Not An Issue”; RAJAR Diaries “Best We’ve Got”; Bernard Defends Capital Ad Policy; Multiplex Contest Heats Up; Industry “Desperately Needs Change”; Agency Says Digital Advertising “Poorly Sold”; UTV SMG Merger: Third Time Lucky?, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 6 December 2006, #765, pp.3-5
Mansfield Local Radio Station Preparing Consortium Bid For Mansfield Town Football Club, Google Launches ‘Audio Ads’ Radio Advertising Sales Operation In US For 700 Stations In 200 Markets, unpublished news stories, December 2006
Debate Rages Over Future Of Radio; Bleak Outlook A Prelude To Positive Change; C4 Sees “Vulnerability” In Youth Radio Audience; Ofcom Approves Micro FM; TLRC Raises An Extra £3 Million, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 29 November 2006, #764, pp.3-5
28 Days To Comment On “The Future Of Radio”; RadioCentre Wades Into BBC Solent Row; Fen Radio Off Air Two Days; Kenya Demands London Licence; Ofcom: More Consolidation Might Ease “Financial Pressures”; City Talk Will Be “Closer To The Edge”, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 22 November 2006, #763, pp.3-4 & 6
Emap: Results And Review; Ofcom Extends L107 Licence; UK Could Introduce New DAB Codec In “10 Or 15 Years”; Google Hires 1,000 Radio Staff; Emap Wins Liverpool; BBC iPlayer Is “Unfair Competition”; Industry Revenues Down,The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 15 November 2006, #762, pp.3-4 & 6
PCC To Regulate Press Podcasts; Satellite Radio: Euro Joint Venture; Chrysalis: Radio Industry Having ‘Tough Time’; Report Foresees “100’s Of John Peels”; Brady: Capital Is ‘Fantastic’; New GCap Brand To Launch; Arbitron PPM Faces Delays; TLRC Sells Rocket; Chrysalis Slams GCap Over Century Sales, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 8 November 2006, #761, pp.4 & 6 & 8
ITV Considers SMG Bid; GCap Rejected Chrysalis’ Century Offer; Clear Channel Unlikely To Buy UK Radio; Ofcom’s DAB Timetable, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 1 November 2006, #750, pp.4-5
Online Auction Of Preston Local Radio Station ‘Rock FM’ Truck Attracts Hoax Bids Up To £1m, BBC Local Television Plans Will Involve Local Newspapers As Partners, Not Competitors, unpublished news stories, November 2006
Brady Transfer Remains In Play; DAB To Pass 50% Households; Smooth London To Target Over-50s?; Q96 To Become Rock Radio; Arrow Manager Resigns; SMG Profit Warning Scares Shareholders, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 25 October 2006, #759, pp.3-5
Oxford Award On An “Economically Viable Basis”; BBC “Fundamental” To Radio Success; Corporation Threatens To Keep Five Live In London; Macquarie To Sell Plymouth; Arbitron Sues Ipsos Over Patents; Sirius Goes Global; Capital Tries 9-5-8 Formation; Commercial Radio “Behind” In Cross-promotion, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 18 October 2006, #758, pp.2-4
Harrison Comments Provoke Fierce Debate; BBC Radio Archives Pilot; Capital – The Station On Everyone’s Lipsticks?; Richards: New Ofcom CEO; Manchester 11, Aberdeen 4; This Week In Radio, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 11 October 2006, #757, pp.3-5
New Law Requiring Local Content On Local Radio Stations In Australia Prompts Macquarie Media Group To Sell 85 Stations, ‘Channel Four’ Television Launches Audio Podcast Version Of ‘Unreported World’ TV Programme,Commercial Radio Chart Show Host Lucio Criticises ‘BBC Radio One’ Chart Show as “Dismal, Bland And Cheesy”, NAB President Says Online Competitors To TV & Radio Broadcasters Lack “True Localism”, USB Ports In Car Dashboards Threaten In-Car Broadcast Radio Station Listening, unpublished news stories, October 2006
Saga Radio To Be Auctioned?; Equity Firm Enters UTV/SMG Fray; TLRC Sparks Interest; Yellow Card For Time; Virgin Revenue Up; CanWest Wins Bristol, LMC: Exeter; Chinese To Make DAB Handsets; PodShow Launches With BT, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 20 September 2006, #754, pp.3-5
DCMS Approves Less Radio On DAB; UTV Improves Talksport Revenues; Lobster Offers DAB; Emap Restructures Radio; GCap Refutes £76m Overdraft Speculation; DAB Bit Rates To Be Reduced; UBC Releases Music Download Trial Results; Four For Preston, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 13 September 2006, #753, pp.3-4 & 6-7
Schroder Sees Value In Radio; DRM Prototype Unveiled; Public Value Test For BBC iPlayer; Internet Simulcasts Use Targeted Ads; Channel Sponsorship Welcomed; SpiralFrog And W-pod Challenges To Radio; Hetherington To Head CanWest UK, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 6 September 2006, #752, pp.3-5
The Local Radio Company Plc Sells Loss-Making Winchester Station ‘Win FM’ For £400,000, unpublished news story, September 2006
SMG And UTV Merger Talks Continue; Allen Questions C4 Radio Initiative; Non-traditional Revenues Increase Importance; Mobiles Offer Opportunities For Radio; BBC Strike Off; UTV Plans News Station; NAB Radio Conference In Rome, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 30 August 2006, #751, pp.3-5
SMG Rejects UTV Offer; GCap And TLRC Shares Bounce Back; Shetland Uproar Over DAB; Nelson Sees Little Digital Competition To BBC; Star FM Warns Of “Difficult Formats”, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 23 August 2006, #750, pp.3-5
RadioCentre And PPL Negotiate Podcast Licence; Visual Radio Leads Digital Initiatives; Sole Applicant For Perth; Hodgson Quits GCap Board; Move On Up In Radio; BBC To Launch Plug-in For iPods, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 16 August 2006, #749, pp.3-4 & 6
Google Brokers Radio Ads; Eyre Blames Radio Authority For DAB “Millstone”; Sky Launches Rival To IRN, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 9 August 2006, #748, pp.3-5
GMG Profits Up £1.7m; Bunfight At The DAB Corral; NME Launches Digital Radio; DNN Closed; Fidelity Increases SMG Stake; Bernard Says GCap Policies “Buy Us Some Time”; Ofcom Checks Station Formats, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 2 August 2006, #747, pp.3-5
‘Bands Under The Radar’ Indie Music Podcast Found To Be A Product Of Warner Brothers Records, Hertfordshire Community Station ‘Radio Verulam’ Plans Move To Bigger Premises In St Albans, unpublished news stories, August 2006
UTV And SMG Merger Could Revive Commercial Radio Sector, Enders Analysis, report 2006-e42, London, August 2006
Poor Ratings Exacerbate Commercial Radio Woes, Enders Analysis, report 2006-e39, London, August 2006
Flanagan Exit Heralds Likely SMG Shakedown; “Radio” Becomes “Audio”; Ofcom Rejects Multiplex Price Controls; More DAB Investment Required, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 26 July 2006, #746, pp.3-5
Grade Becomes DJ; Consumer Confusion Over Digital Radio; Record Labels Fund Pirates; DAB-IP Approved; DRDB Podcast Launched; Bad News Knocks Radio Shares; Ofcom Licence Updates, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 19 July 2006, #745, pp.3-5
Strike Option Considered As Abramsky Tops Pension Charts; Q Group Sold To Five FM; Radio Groups Back DAB Radio Reduction; INR Licence Fees Slashed; Choice FM Playlist Under Fire; Ofcom Licence News, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 12 July 2006, #744, pp.3-4 & 6
QFM Sale Is Conditional; DAB Radio To Be Sacrificed For Mobile Bandwidth; Thomson Ups Stake In UBC; GCap Payoffs Irk Shareholders; RadioCentre Attacks Pirate Radio; Indies Back C4 Radio; OK For DAB Development, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 5 July 2006, #743, pp.3-5
UK Commercial Radio Advertising Revenues Grew By 3% In 2004, Advertising Association Reports, unpublished news story, July 2006
Kiss And R2 Apologise; SMG To Receive Offers?; C4 To “Redefine” Commercial Radio; Kiss And Vibe To Network Shows; Fire Blacks Out Wyre; Magic Takes On R2, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 28 June 2006, #742, pp.3-5
BBC Chooses Salford; War Of The 4’s Spreads To Music; Quiz Show On One Network; Danker To Push BBC Digital Strategy; Primetime’s Closure Creates Gap; Bristol And Oxford Applicants; Davidson Leaves TLRC; Virgin Joins Freeview, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 21 June 2006, #741, pp.3-6
Milestone Exits Radio; Podcasters Say Licence “Unworkable”; Newry Goes To Five FM; DAB Press Campaign; Riley Foresees “Platform Wars”; UK “May Not” Adopt New DAB Codec, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 14 June 2006, #740, pp.3-5
Channel 4 Launches ‘Breath Of Fresh Air’ Radio; Joint Letter To Jowell; Lyons Quits GCap; TLRC To Review Station Performances; UK Rejects European “Digital Radio” Branding; Protest Over Networking, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 7 June 2006, #739, pp.3-4 & 6
Clear Channel Communications Inc. Offers One-Second Radio Commercial ‘Blinks’ To US Clients, unpublished news story, June 2006
Carter Quits Ofcom; Emap Radio Results; Harrison To Head Radio Centre; GCap Profits Fall; Zycinski Moves To Aberdeen; Mixed Response To Call For BBC Privatisation, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 31 May 2006, #738, pp.3-5
Radio Advertising Grows By 1.3%; BBC Under Fire From All Sides; Community Radio First Round Completed; Gordon Returns To Clyde, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 24 May 2006, #737, pp.3-5
BBC Opens Catalogue To Public; Woodward Broadcasting Appointment; Satellite Radio Launches In Europe; Ofcom Licence Update, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 17 May 2006, #736, pp.3-4
CRCA Dislikes BBC Radio Formats; Capital “In Intensive Care”; DAB Sets Exceed 3 Million; BBC DG Lambastes [sic]Commercial Radio’s “Business Strategies”, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 10 May 2006, #735, pp.3-5
RSL Deregulation Proposed; Call For DAB ‘X’ Ratings; BBC Proposals Ire Commercial Sector; Ofcom Reviews Ownership Changes; Trades Speak Out Over Capital, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 3 May 2006, #734, pp.3-5
Format Police ‘Feel First Collar’; CRCA: “Difficult To Compete” Against BBC Salaries; Capital Shake-out; Morrissey Hits Out At Radio 1, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 26 April 2006, #733, pp.3-5
UK Music Week Ignites Localism Debate; Saga Wins North East; Radio May Face Long-term Slump; Changes At BBC Local Radio; Lagardere On Acquisition Trail; CanWest To Expand UK Radio Holdings, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 19 April 2006, #732, pp.3-5
BBC7 Download Success; Ofcom To Question Market Definition; Chrysalis In Mobile Download Trial; UBC Revenues Up 21%; GTFM Under Threat; Schoonmaker Joins Credit Suisse & Gregory Joins His Old Boss; Singer Promoted On Content Board; Internet Radio Launches Association, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 12 April 2006, #731, pp.3-5
GCap Drops Ofcom Threat; Protectionism Threatens Internet Radio; Smith To Re-focus Celador On Radio; Thomson To Acquire UBC?; The Emperor Strikes Back; TLRC Outperforms Market Despite Dip; Passion Proves “Challenging” For Milestone, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 5 April 2006, #730, pp.3-5
Audio Podcasts And The Market For Podcasting, unpublished report, April 2006
The Differences Between Traditional Terrestrial Broadcast Radio And Internet Radio, unpublished report, April 2006
Hodge: Commercial Radio “Dinosaurs” Face Extinction; Star Stroud Moves To Cheltenham; GCap News Disappoints; SMG Stirs Interest; Chrysalis Revenues Down 4%; Eyre Says BBC Complaints “Half-baked”, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 29 March 2006, #729, pp.3-5
Jury Out On White Paper; Nine Community Stations Awarded; GCap Trims Board; Will Diamond Make The Cut?; Revenues Fall, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 22 March 2006, #728, pp.3-5
UTV Moves Wireless Group Stations Into Profit; CRCA: Evans “Impoverishes” Commercial Radio; Macquarie Wins Plymouth; Hull 7 Newry 2; Ofcom Awards £0.4m To Community Stations; Virgin Requests Licence Fee Cut, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 15 March 2006, #727, pp.3-6
GCap Faces Challenge; CRCA Says Commercial Radio Doing Well; Gregory Exits Emap; Schoonmaker Launches Big MAC; Ofcom Meets Licence Applicants; CN Consolidates Midlands, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 8 March 2006, #726, pp.3-5
BBC Licence Fee Could Kill Commercial Radio; Clyde T-shirt Is “Vintage”; Pirates Join 3CR; Digital Radio Awareness Passes 80%; Fuller Joins GCap; Ipsos Mobile Phone Passes Initial RAJAR Test; EMAP Appoints Chairman, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 1 March 2006, #725, pp.3-5
An Application To Ofcom For The FM Independent Local Radio Licence For Hull by Hull Local Radio, application document for Laser Broadcasting Limited, March 2006
Station Monitoring Resumed; 21 Community Stations Licensed; Ofcom Rejects Regionalisation Of Local Radio; Milestone Shareholders Approve Sales; New System For Format Changes, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 22 February 2006, #724, pp.3-5
Channel Four Strengthens Radio Ambitions; Channel Sponsorship Proposed; GMR New Schedule; 350 Stations On Virgin Mobile; Chrysalis Revenues Down 2%; Two For Ofcom Consumer Panel; Gemini DJ Wins £2.6m; CanWest Expands European Operations; Three For Rotherham; Internet Radio Listening Up; Ofcom Advertises Two Licences; MNA Win Shrewsbury, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 15 February 2006, #723, pp.3-4 & 6
Missy D Leaves Club Asia; Milestone Sells Three Stations; Xfm Launch Announced, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 8 February 2006, #722, pp.3 & 6
Schoonmaker On Acquisition Trail; Oxide To Go Independent; Bright Relay Approved; GCap Station Sales May Disappoint; CRCA Attacks MacKenzie; GMG Sells Hed Kandi; Ariel Trust Receives Funds; Bowman’s Barrier To Work; Signal Recognition, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 1 February 2006, #721, pp.3-5
Role Of Radio Advertising Bureau To Be Expanded Within The UK Commercial Radio Sector, unpublished news story, February 2006
Laser Broadcasting Limited Newsletter, corporate newsletter, no. 1, February 2006
Hazlitt ‘Picks N Mixes’ While O’Connell Keeps The Faith; GMG Ready To Sell Radio?; Currie Re-appointed Ofcom Boss; Schwarz Heads C4 Digital Push; Google Moves Into Radio; Indies Round On Beeb; Ofcom Proposes Local TV; Julie Barton Departs BBC Radio Wales; Asian Network Appoints Markie Mark, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 25 January 2006, #720, pp.3-6
GMG Revenues Rise; GCap Revenue Fall Predicted; IPG Approves PPM; Ofcom Answers CR Applicant Complaints; Phillis To Depart GMG; IoM LW Station Launch Put Back To May; Four For Southend; Community Radio: Back To Mono,The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 18 January 2006, #719, pp.3-5
KM Appoints New Chairman; Euro Satellite Get US Backing; Vodaphone Radio DJ; CN Wins Warwick; Radio Wars In Scotland; Phone-in Caller Dies On-air, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 11 January 2006, #718, pp.3-4 & 6 & 8
Ofcom To Advertise Second National Digital Multiplex; Bernard: GWR Was “Seduced” By Radio Authority; DRG Application DeniedLarger London Footprint; Analogue Re-advertising Affected By DAB Roll-out, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 4 January 2006, #717, pp.3-5
Analysis Of Ofcom Radio Licence Applications: January 2006, presentation for Laser Broadcasting Limited, January 2006
New GMR Editor; News Corporation Exits Radio; Star Merger Consultation; Shareholders Sell TLRC; Ipsos’ Smart Cell Phone; Galaxy Presenter Cautioned; School Station Award, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 28 December 2005, #716, pp.3-4 & 12
Kids Would Ditch Radio For MP3 Players; Talk 107 Names Presenters; Ofcom 2006 Plan; Interest In New Manchester Licence; Outrage At Ofcom CR London Rebuff, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 21 December 2005, #715, pp.4 & 6
UTV Radio Revenues Up 5%; 13 Bid For North East Licence; Heart Rate Hike; Janice Joins WM; Hull & Newry Advertised; Bernard On GCap Share Price: “I Don’t Really Care”; Ipswich Award Goes To Tindle’s Town; Digital Stations Were Merely “Keeping Transmitters Warm”; Island Travel Reporter In Crash, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 14 December 2005, #714, pp.3-4 & 6
C4 To Bid For Digital Mux; DMGT Press Sale Could Trigger GCap Takeover; Douglas Rebuffs Commercial Radio Critics; Primetime Quits Digital One; New Licence Timetable; GMG To Sell Saga Ads; Kerrang! Complaint, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 7 December 2005, #713, pp.3-5
Laser Broadcasting Limited: Strategy Document, unpublished document for Laser Broadcasting Limited, December 2005
Hereford & Worcester Radio Market Preview, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, December 2005
The Hull Radio Market, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, December 2005
Emap Fined £125,000; GCap Results Show Pain Before Gain; Beat 106 To Become Xfm; Capital FM Re-branded As Capital Radio; Do I Look Bothered?, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 30 November 2005, #712, pp.3-4 & 6
DAB Take Up Continues; Ofcom’s INR Consultation; Digital Phone Trial; Capital Gold To Go Digital Only?; Northallerton And Swansea Decisions; Obituary: John Timpson; GCap Appoints Crush For Xfm Launch; Big Brother Eugene Seeks Radio Job; Talk 107 Valentine Day Launch, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 23 November 2005, #711, pp.3-4 & 6 & 8
GCap Axe To Fall On Thursday; Chrysalis Hit By Falling Revenue; West FM Road Rage Contest; Emap Outperforms But May Become Bid Target; KL.FM On Air But Under Water; Seven More Community Stations; CRCA Demands BBC Budget Information; Rotherham Advertised; Shrewsbury Bidders; Tamil Station Breached Codes, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 16 November 2005, #710, pp.3-4 & 6
BT Plans National Multiplex Bid; Ofcom Appoints Community Radio Panel; GCap Bidders Update; Quartly Joins UTV; Birmingham Pirates Sign Off; Chrysalis Improvements Increase Takeover Chance; Ofcom Raids 57 Pirates; Ofcom Licence News, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 9 November 2005, #709, pp.3-4 & 6 & 8
Macquarie Joins Bidders For Ailing GCap; Scottish Papers Slate Radio; Macfadyen Departs Clyde, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 2 November 2005, #708, pp.3 & 6
GCap Media, Enders Analysis, report 2005-23, London, November 2005
Analysis Of Ofcom Radio Licence Applications: November 2005, presentation for Laser Broadcasting Limited, November 2005
BBC Radio Listening UK, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, November 2005
Northampton Radio Market Preview, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, November 2005
Hull Radio Market Preview, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, November 2005
Coventry Radio Market Preview, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, November 2005
Bernard Trashes Competitors’ Attitude To DAB; Gaunt Lambasts BBC Over Sacking; Hunter Leaves City; GCap Bidders Face Challenges, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 26 October 2005, #707, pp.3-4
Living In A Box; Emap Cuts 20 Staff At SRH; Union Protests GCap Job Cuts; Small Station Experience Wins Barrow Licence; Cinven May Bid For GCap; UBC Revenues Grow 20%; Jones To Leave BBC Ulster, Station Manager Suspended At VIP; Northcliffe Launches Radio Station, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 19 October 2005, #683, pp.3-4 & 6
Juice Readies Stunt Upsets Locals; Macquarie Creates £415m War Chest; Three For Warwick; GCap Cuts Please City; Ofcom Licenses 18 More Community Stations; DAB Complaint Upheld; Edge Has New Owner, Cityvibe Founder Dies; Southend Advertised; Report Condemns “Creative Malaise” Of Commercial Radio, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 12 October 2005, #705, pp.3-4 & 6
Ofcom Off The Hook; BBC Expands DAB; GCap To Lose 100 Staff And Save £25m; Abbey For Barrow; Bryce Goes Too!; Stannage Joins The Revolution; Cross-dressing Wins Man Boob Job, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 5 October 2005, #704, pp.3-5
An Application To Ofcom For The FM Independent Local Radio Licence For Warwick By Warwick Local Radio,application document for Laser Broadcasting Limited, October 2005
Community Stations Await BBC Approval; Thomson Ups Stake In UBC; Ralph Faces City Challenge; Asian Network Restructured; Immedia Launches New Retail Station; Emap Out-performs Market, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 28 September 2005, #703, pp.3-4 & 6
Chrysalis Revenues Down By 9 Per Cent; Ofcom Criticises ILR’s “Musical Homogeneity”; UTV Reports Radio Profits; Wyre Launch Overcomes A Wiring Problem; Big Brother Housemate Returns To Radio; GWR Licences Valued At £291m; Children Making Radio, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 21 September 2005, #702, pp.3-4 & 6
Ten More Community Stations Licensed; Invasion Started?; Breakfast Wars; Virgin Radio Improved Results; Ofcom Advertises New Licences, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 14 September 2005, #701, pp.3-4 & 6
BBC Launches Local Coventry Station; Magic Strengthens Brand With Celebrities; Two New Networked Chart Shows; Key 103 Breakfast Campaign; Ofcom Market Update; Hot Competition In Ipswich; Pirates Endanger Tower Residents; Smith Proposes DAB Subsidies, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 7 September 2005, #700, pp.3-5
Former ‘Classic FM’ Presenter Kelly To Host ‘BBC Radio Berkshire’ Morning Show, unpublished news story, September 2005
Book Review: ‘Micro Radio And The FCC: Media Activism And The Struggle Over Broadcast Policy’ by Andy Opel,unpublished, commissioned by The Radio Journal, September 2005
The Wolverhampton & Shrewsbury Radio Market, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, September 2005
GMG Controls Reading 107; Birt Advocates Competition For Radio 4; RAJAR Responds To Group Complaints; TV Sales Net Emmis $680m; Peel Tulip Tribute; Taxman Pirate Radio “Hobby”; Cityvibe RSL Jumps The Gun, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 31 August 2005, #699, pp.3-5
Groups Want RAJAR Volatility Reduced; GCap Reviews Station Performances; Wappat Show Axed From BBC Radio Cumbria; Wave Ceremony Marks UTV Buyout; Kix 96 Seeks “Other Solutions”; Virgin Launches Xtreme; £2.65m Takeover Of Music Choice Europe, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 24 August 2005, #698, pp.3-4 & 6
Macquarie Enters Licence Fray; EMAP To Sell Scottish Multiplex; Digital Stations Accused Of Being “Automated Jukeboxes”; Thomson Invests In UBC; Hertbeat “Going To Get Better”, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 17 August 2005, #697, pp.3-4 & 6
GMG Radio – £2.9m Profit; Immedia Considers Sell-off; Sky Launches A Gnome For The Home; Shrewsbury Advertised; Northallerton And Swansea Bids, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 10 August 2005, #696, pp.3-4 & 6
Taunton Criticises Radio Execs For Not Finding Talent; “Colourful” Ron’s “Second Chance” At Real; Tweed And Golf Out At R4; GCap v Chrysalis In Three Rounds; BBC Lancs In Station Swop; Ashford Challenge Fails; Two Compete For Barrow, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 3 August 2005, #695, pp.3-4 & 6
An Application To Ofcom For The FM Independent Local Radio Licence For Ipswich by Ipswich 102 FM, application document for Laser Broadcasting Limited, August 2005
An Application To Ofcom For The FM Independent Local Radio Licence For Northallerton by Hambleton Radio,application document for Laser Broadcasting Limited, August 2005
The Coventry Radio Market, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, August 2005
Meek To Oversee Radio At Ofcom; RTL To Put Radio On Its Shopping List?; Radio And Internet Usage Grows; Booming DAB Purchases; Ad-free Xmas Loses DJ His Job; EMAP Offer Extended By Fortnight, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 27 July 2005, #694, pp.3-4 & 6
Chrysalis Goes Mobile; Ofcom Publishes Annual Market Review; EMAP Declares War On BBC; Brookes Buys Shares As Immedia Reports; New Edinburgh Station Launches “Chat Idol”; Ofcom Appoints New Region Heads; RAJAR To Improve Ratings, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 20 July 2005, #693, pp.3-5
GCap Merges Capital And GWR FM Networks; Ad Spend Estimates Lowered; Taunton Replaces MacKenzie; Ofcom Raps The Hits; New IoM Station By Autumn; Scottish Station Investigated; Ofcom Appoints Training Board, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 13 July 2005, #692, pp.3-5
OFT Argues For BBC To Be Constrained; UTV Readies AllTalk Launch; Pressure Mounts On Chrysalis; Agencies Wary Of Radio Consolidation; Kiss Sidekick Wimbledon Arrest, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 6 July 2005, #691, pp.3-6
An Application To Ofcom For The FM Independent Local Radio Licence For Swansea by SAfm, application document for Laser Broadcasting Limited, July 2005
The Ipswich Radio Market, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, July 2005
Milestone To Review Radio Operations; Unfortunate Radio Hit By Sluggish Market; Scottish Programmes Safe; Emap Talks Of Savings, Ofcom: Manchester Was “Difficult Decision”, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 29 June 2005, #690, pp.3-4 & 6 & 10
TLRC Buys Bath; Fifteen More Community Radio Stations; GCap To Merge The Storm Into Xfm; Hooper Awarded CBE; Game, Set And Match, As Emap Takes SRH; 15 Community Stations; Xfm’s Manchester Plans, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 22 June 2005, #689, pp.3-4 & 6
UTV Acquisition Green Light; Scottish Stations Plan Ad Pow-wow; Xfm Wins Manchester; Crown Wins Norwich; Seven Towers Wins Ballymena; Speech Radio Research; HSBC Enters Radio, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 15 June 2005, #688, pp.3-4 & 6
Ofcom Inside Man For Radio; Emap And SRH Lock Horns; DRM Trials In UK; Swindon Attracts Four Bids; SMG Confident Of The Future; DAB Plus To Revolutionise Radio Listening; New Ipswich FM Advertised; Complaint Resolved; DAB Mobile Phone Test, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 7 June 2005, #687, pp.3-4 & 6 & 8-9
IPSOS Trials Mobile Phone Audiometer; TLRC Moves Into Black; DMGT Stake In GCap “Not Sustainable”; RAJAR Results Cause Inventory Problems; SRH To Buy Highland Radio; Emap Reports; Chrysalis And Emap Appoint PDs, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 1 June 2005, #686, pp.3-4 & 6
The Swansea Radio Market, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, June 2005
The Teesside Radio Market, research paper for Laser Broadcasting Limited, June 2005
Ofcom Radio Boss Imminent; SRH Profits Hike; Lagardere Eyeing Chrysalis; Ferguson Quits Citybeat; Banbury Award Explained; Premier Radio Takes 500,000th Call; Community Radio Fund Go Ahead; Laser Ship May Be Refloated, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 25 May 2005, #685, pp.3-4 & 6
Cut-price Radio Shares May Herald Takeovers; “Rubbish” Outlook Casts Gloom Over Radio Sector; Chrysalis Defends Radio Strategy; MacKenzie To Make £6m From TWG Sale, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 18 May 2005, #684, pp.3-4
UTV Offers £98m For Wireless Group; Swansea & Northallerton Advertised; Hull Row Over RSL Station, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 11 May 2005, #683, pp.3-4 & 6
Ceasefire Between Radio And Internet; Ofcom Moves To Tackle “Format Drift”; GCap Restructures Research Team; GMG Seeks £150m+ Offers; Lollipop Goes Underground; Ofcom’s Workload; Obituary: David Dunhill; Raid Nets Pirate,The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 4 May 2005, #682, pp.3-5
The Wireless Group plc: Basic RAJAR Analysis, research paper, May 2005
Response To Ofcom Consultation: Kix 96 Coventry, Radio Development International, Croydon, May 2005
Kix 96 Takes The Format Challenge [feature], The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 27 April 2005, #681, pp.12-13
Five Live Controller Contender For BBC Sport Job; Four New Community Radio Stations; RAJAR Field Tests Audiometers; Virgin “Most Listened To Station On The Planet” Claim; Ofcom Considers “Track Record” In Licence Awards, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 27 April 2005, #681, pp.3-5
Red Sands Fort To Become Heritage Site; Ulster TV May Buy Wireless Group; Daily Mail Considers GCap Bid; Ofcom Announces New FM Licences; Oldie Downloads At Classic Gold, Asbo Used To Combat Pirate Radio, Ramadhan Station Breaches Code, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 20 April 2005, #680, pp.3-4 & 6 & 8
Kix 96 Format Flip Consultation; Local Radio Company Wins Durham; Hughes’ Exit Jolts Emap Radio; Ballymena Attracts Four Applicants, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 13 April 2005, #670, pp.3-4 & 6
Wireless Group Auctioned; Jackson Temps As Virgin CEO; SRH Shrugs Off Emap; Richard Hooper To Leave Ofcom; Two More For Community Radio, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 6 April 2005, #670, pp.3-4 & 6
UBC Media Plc Completes Sale Of 51% Stake In ‘Oneword’ DAB Radio Station To Channel Four Television For £1m,Party Celebrations At ‘BBC Radio Ulster’, ‘BBC Radio Shropshire’ And ‘Virgin Radio’, unpublished news stories, April 2005
QuayWest FM Monitoring Report, research paper for Choice Media Limited, April 2005
BCR FM Monitoring Report, research paper for Choice Media Limited, April 2005
Radio Format Regulation: Hail The Guys In Suits [feature], The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 30 March 2005, #677, pp.10-11
GMG Radio “Not For Sale”; GCap Starts 3rd May; Chrysalis Shareholder Unrest; Emap Appoints Two Radio Directors; Ghostbusters Visit Hallam; Immedia Revenues Improve 58pc, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 30 March 2005, #677, pp.3-4 & 6
Second Chrysalis Bid For GMG Rejected; Premier Appoints New Board Member; Radio 3 Presenter Attacked By MP; Downtown Radio Man Dies; Welcome To: GCap Media!; Ofcom Demands Research And Analysis From Applicants, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 23 March 2005, #676, pp.3-4 & 6
ITV-style Network Mooted For Local Radio; Forest Of Dean Awarded First Community Licence; Chrysalis Upbeat About Future; Redundancies At Forth; Five Go For Norwich Aha!; SMG Defends Virgin, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 16 March 2005, #675, pp.3-4 & 6
Mergers And Acquisitions Update; Xfm & BRMB Breach Ofcom Codes; SRH Buys Donegal Station; Channel 4 Buys Oneword; Swindon FM Advertised; Milestone Raises £1m For Licence Investment; UTV Wins Belfast Licence; Tindle Wins Cornwall; Obituary: Tommy Vance, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 9 March 2005, #674, pp.3-4 & 6 & 11
Wireless Group Up For Auction?; New Scotland Boss Scotches Privatisation Plan; MusicChoice Faces “Worsening Outlook”; Pirate Station Makes Family’s Life Hell; Northern Ireland DAB Coverage Extended, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 2 March 2005, #673, pp.3-4 & 6
Scottish Media Group Plc Says It Will Not “Sell Businesses Way Below Their Value” And Rejects £100m Bid For ‘Virgin Radio’, The Local Radio Company Plc Trading Update Expects “Good Sales Performance” To Continue, unpublished news stories, March 2005
The Solent Radio Market, research paper for EMAP plc, March 2005
Chrysalis Under Pressure From Schroders; Schoonmaker Enters The Fray; EMAP Prepares To Sell Non-SRH Assets; Century 106 Sale Imminent; Ofcom Explains Ashford Award; Obituary: Pete Sayers; Ace FM Trumps Kidderminster; GfK Unhappy At RAJAR Rejection; Clause Makes Branson The Key, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 26 February 2005, #672, pp.2-4 & 6
Wireless Group To Go Private; Virgin Radio To Be Auctioned?; GMG Offered To EMAP; 19 Go For Manchester; New DAB Kids Channel, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 19 February 2005, #671, pp.2-4
The Manchester Radio Market Explored [feature], The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 12 February 2005, #670, pp.16-17
Solent And Torbay Licences Advertised; GMG Drops Manchester Bid; Shorter Ad Breaks = More Listeners; Disney To Exit Radio?; Management Shuffle At Asian Network; Brummie DJ Wows Holy Land, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 12 February 2005, #670, pp.2-4
Editorial; Chrysalis: Hunter Or Hunted?, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 5 February 2005, #669, pp.2 & 4
Scottish Media Group Plc And ‘Virgin Radio’: Diary Of Disaster, unpublished news story, February 2005
CRCA Report Advocates BBC AGM; Ofcom Rejects Waffle; Edinburgh & Blackburn Awards Explained; KM Wins Ashford; RAJAR Consultation; EMAP Readies SRH Bid; Evans Temps On BBC London; Mother To Help XFM Reach 1m; Isles FM Wins Weather Award; Radio Wales Chart Show Host; New Line Up; Pirate Station Implicated In Shooting; Perth Station Wins Award; Dunedin Launch Director Named; It Was Ten Years Ago Today, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 29 January 2005, #668, pp.2-4 & 8-10 & 12 & 20
Analyst Prediction: US Will Buy Merged Capital/GWR; Radio 3 Producer Quits Over Springer; 13 Radio Licences In 2005; US Radio $28m Campaign For Listeners; Radio Consultant Awarded OBE; Stephens Relishes His New R1 Job; It Was Ten Years Ago Today; Forth Celebrates 30 Years; US Radio Group Emmis Moves Into Slovakia; Radio Cornwall Journalist Wins World Title; UK Radio Aid Worldwide [Success]; Ballymena FM Advertised; Radio Comes To Mobiles; Capital Radio Staff Changes; Pot Noodles Ads Too Sexy; Barnet Hospital Radio Attracts Celebrities; Radio Wars At Vegas Show; DRM And iPod Added To Car Radios, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 22 January 2005, #667, pp.2 & 4 & 8-10 & 12 & 14-15 & 18 & 20 & 26
2005 – The Year Of Radio Mergers [feature], The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 15 January 2005, #666, pp.26-27
UK Radio Supports Tsunami Appeal; Community Radio Fund Consultation; SRH Doubles Non-exec Payments; Celador Offers Manchester ‘Grown-up Radio’; Video Kills The Radio Car; Radio Help Needed For Tsunami Victims; Obituary: Humphrey Carpenter; New BBC WM Sunday Line-up; Marconi Equipment To Oxford Museum; It Was Ten Years Ago Today, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 15 January 2005, #666, pp.2-4 & 9 & 12 & 14 & 20
UTV Buys Drogheda Station For £7m; Moyles Is Top Of The Pods; Counsellors Use Radio To Reach Tsunami Survivors; Kelvin Versus Ralph War Of Words; Capital/GWR Merger Approved; Santa Brings DAB Xmas Cheer; Peter Pan Hospitalised; Talent Sought For Dunedin FM; Radio Fat Cats Incite Shareholder [Anger]; Honours For Radio People; DAB Setback In Berlin; BBC Scotland Privatises Lunchtime Talk Show; Guernsey Boss Widens Appeal; Evoke Manufacturer Expects Bumper Xmas; Manx Campaign; RAJAR Stands Alone For Three More Years; Radio Increases Work Productivity; Radio Loses Appeal To Kids; It Was Ten Years Ago Today; German Music Quotas Introduced For Radio; City Vibe Plans Competition For CFM; Saga Hogmanay; Loose Ends, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 8 January 2005, #665, pp.2-6 & 8-13 & 24 & 27
Bernard Promises Commercial Radio Dominance By 2009; The Wireless Group Wins Edinburgh; Bee For Blackburn; ITV To Buy Virgin Radio?; BBC Signs GfK Research Contract; Beacon Case Dropped, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 1 January 2005, #664, pp.2-3 & 6
Do New Commercial Radio Stations ‘Cannibalise’ Existing Players?, unpublished report, January 2005
Ofcom Opts For Regulating Outputs, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 25 December 2004, #663, p.3
Kerrang Adds Rock To Breakfast Clock; Easy London Flips To Asian Talk; BBC WM-bound Ross Quits Saga; Hearts FC Pulls Plug On Real Radio Phone-in; Beacon Stages Bog Survivor Contest; New EMAP Sales Boss; It Was Ten Years Ago Today, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 18 December 2004, #662, pp.2-5 & 12
Forth Heir Pledges To Win Back Audience; Ofcom Makes Applicants’ Q&A’s Public; Luxembourg 208 To Rise From The Dead?; LA-based Clyde DJ Wins Weather Idol Contest, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 11 December 2004, #661, pp.2 & 9
Capital Blames BBC For Commercial Radio’s Audience Losses; GWR Reduces Ad Frequency; UBC On The Prowl For AM Scraps; Aha! Proposals On BBC Norfolk, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 4 December 2004, #660, pp.2-4
BBC Report Warns Of Slow DAB Digital Radio Consumer Take-Up, Particularly In Cars, unpublished news story, December 2004
Landlords Of The AM Slums [feature], The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 20 November 2004, #658, pp.14-15
Hey Hey, You You, Get Off Of My [DAB Radio] Multiplex, unpublished analysis, 8 November 2004
The Decline And Fall Of The Radio Empires [feature], The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, 6 November 2004, #656, p.?
Magic: The Challenges Ahead, presentation for EMAP plc, November 2004
ABC Adds To FM 102 Programming, Radio World, international edition, Falls Church VA, September 2004, p.10
Tumultuous Times At 90 FM, Radio World, international edition, Falls Church VA, August 2004, p.5
Phone-in Controversy: Radio Station Forced To Make Programming Changes By Cambodia’s Ruling Party, Radio World, international edition, Falls Church VA, July 2004, p.3
Foreign Bureau: Grant Goddard – Radio Consultant, Ariel, London, 11 May 2004, p.4
New Ideas For Radio Formats, The Radio Magazine, Rothwell, ?? May 2004, #???, p.?
Programme Plan For ‘Os Tos Mhong’ Youth Radio Phone-In Programme Broadcast By FM 102, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, unpublished document, Phnom Penh, March 2004
Profile Of FM 102, The Radio Station Of The Women’s Media Centre, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, incomplete draft report, Phnom Penh, February 2004
Overseas Radio Regulation Regimes, paper for Ofcom, November 2003
BBC Nations & Regions: Audience Research, presentation for BBC Nations & Regions, 14 July 2003
The UK Commercial Radio Industry, presentation by Tom Andrews, Henry Devereux & Grant Goddard, July 2003
Advice On Cross-Border Work Assignments, unpublished article, April 2003
Tools For Radio Content Regulation #1: Playlist Diversity Analysis, unpublished research paper, February 2003
Radio Industry Consolidation: How Relevant Is The U.S. Experience?, unpublished research paper, December 2002 [summarised in Scottish Radio Holdings plc and GWR Group plc and Galaxy Radio Wales and the West Limited: A Report On The Merger Situation, Competition Commission, London, May 2003, pp.158-161]
Review: Community Media Association Conference & Annual General Meeting: 2 November 2002, unpublished report, November 2002
Radio & Development Workshop, Bond Network Event: 7 October 2002, incomplete draft report, October 2002
The London Radio Scene, unpublished article, commissioned by The Radio Authority, 25 September 2002
BBC Radio One – Not So Onederful Now?, unpublished analysis, 16 October 2001
Summary Of Market Research Into Audiences For Radio Broadcasting In India, paper for Star TV, Mumbai, May 2001
WorldSpace Up And Running, Radio World, international edition, Falls Church VA, February 2001, p.5
A Commercial Radio Station For Bangalore, India: Issues To Consider, document for Star TV, Mumbai, November 2000
Radio Consultant: Budapest, Hungary, unpublished article, September 2000
The Toronto Radio Market: Baby, We Were Bored To Death, unpublished article, Toronto, 13 August 2000
The Global Café, Toronto, 13 November 1998 [review], Toronto World Arts Scene magazine, Toronto, November 1998
World Music, Toronto World Arts Scene magazine, Toronto, August 1998
The Budapest, Hungary Radio Market, research paper for Wodlinger International, Budapest, October 1997
The Vilnius, Lithuania Radio Market, research paper for Wodlinger International, Vilnius, October 1997
The Tallinn, Estonia Radio Market, research paper for Wodlinger International, Tallinn, September 1997
The Berlin, Germany Radio Market: Basic Analysis, research paper for Metromedia International Inc., May 1997
Radio Stations In Berlin, Germany, list for Metromedia International Inc., May 1997
Radio One, Prague, Czech Republic: Licence And Programming Issues, document for Metromedia International Inc., December 1996
The Prague, Czech Republic Radio Market: Basic Analysis, research paper for Metromedia International Inc., October 1996
Radio Stations In Prague, Czech Republic, list for Metromedia International Inc., October 1996
The Moscow, Russia Radio Market, presentation for Metromedia International Inc., June 1996
Essential Reference Books In The Studio Of A Music Radio Station, list for Metromedia International Inc., January 1996
The Moscow, Russia Radio Market, presentation for Metromedia International Inc., November 1995
Reggae Magazines, unpublished list, November 1995
Radio Stations In Moscow, Russia, list for Metromedia International Inc., March 1995
Reggae On The Internet: Volume 1, softcover book, Reggae Archives, Harrow, 1995
So You Want To Run R1….; RAJAR – Portsmouth/Southampton; Carry On Licensing; Capital To Play Fair; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 10 July 1993, pp.6-7
R1 Job Spot; RAB Revolutionises RAJAR Data; Virgin To Revamp Daytime?; Incumbents Want Short Cut To Renewal; Border TV Wins Northeast; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 3 July 1993, pp.6-7
R1’s Beerling To Retire; WHS Revamps Music; A And M Quit A&M; Fan Fair Draws UK Contingent; BBC Enterprise Regroups; PRS Rewards Education Projects; Virgin Suffering Poor Reception?; Beatles OK Red & Blue CDs; Inevitable Sony Pact; People In Platinum Houses…; Beecham Jumps On Karussell; Lights Out At Thorn EMI; The Other RPM Switches…; Licences To Go Broke?; RAJAR – Leeds; Ethnic Bids For London AM; New Scottish Licence Advertised; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 26 June 1993, pp.1-2 & 6-7
London AMs Hotly Contested; INR4 Launched As NNR; Femmes FM; RAJAR – Newcastle; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 19 June 1993, pp.6-7
The Fight For London Licences; Atlantic Gets Networked; RAJAR Rules OK!; Hacienda FM?; RAJAR Wolverhampton/Shrewsbury; Radio News, rpm, London, 12 June 1993, pp.1 & 6
Dance Radio – Pirates Rule The ‘Waves?, rpm, dance music supplement, 5 June 1993, p.iv
Mixed Results For IR; Jazz FM – The Sequel; RAJAR – Bristol/Bath/Swindon; Advertisers Ask If Radio Works; Dundee – Bonnie For Clyde; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 5 June 1993, pp.2 & 6-7
RA Profits From Classic FM; SMS Satellite Cost Slashed; RAJAR – United Kingdom; First Country Radio For UK; Big Chief Meets Little Indies; Sheepdip FM?; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 29 May 1993, pp.6-7
R1 & Kiss Hit All-Time Lows; Chickenman Flies Into London; Dann Desperate To Quit GLR?; DLT The Lady Killer; Big Chief Meets Little Indies; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 22 May 1993, pp.6-7
Virgin To Monopolise Rock Format?; RAJAR Figures – Nottingham/Derby; RA Dismisses INR4 Idea; MU Defends Radios 1 & 2; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 8 May 1993, pp.6-7
Golden Oldies Scoop Sony Awards; Grand Fine For Sunrise; RAJAR Figures – Sheffield; Sound Bites, rpm, London, 1 May 1993, pp.3 & 6
rpm Virgin Special [supplement for launch of Virgin Radio], rpm, London, 24 April 1993, pp.i-vii
Radio 1 PLC?; Speech On R1: Quality Not Width; Patti For Breakfast; RAJAR – Glasgow Figures; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 24 April 1993, pp.6-7
Youth Culture Brief For R1; RAJAR – Birmingham; Sony Surprise For Underhill; Incumbents Returned In Dundee & Coventry; Charles Out In Kiss Revamp; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 17 April 1993, pp.6-7
Country Seminar Packs ‘Em In; Def American Pacts With Beggars; BARD Break-Through On Inlay Cards; Ingram Merges With TBD; Virgin Adds More Megastores; Creation On The Ball; Kelly’s Classic Challenge; Sweet Easter For Our Price, HMV; Wembley – Turning Japanese?; HHO Sells Titles; Labatts – Virgin Gets Another Round In; Union Loses City; Geffen Not Cowed By LT Ban; APRS Set For Record Show; Hollywood Quits London; Sun Sets On Sunset; RAJAR – Liverpool; Incumbents Back On Ayr; Virgin – Sol Mining; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 10 April 1993, pp.1-2 & 6-7
Per BBC Ad Astra; Maldwyn – Different Community Radio; Fife Licence Announced; Allied Loses Money – And Listeners; Return Of Rosko; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 3 April 1993, pp.6-7
BBC Inquiry Into News Network; Capital Charlie; R1 Says No To More Speech; RAJAR – Manchester Figures; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 27 March 1993, pp.6-7
Eleven Bid For NW Region; RA Moves To Influence The Market; Pope Promotes, Vance Joins Virgin; Radio Snippets,rpm, London, 20 March 1993, pp.6-7
Radio One – The Great Debate; R1 Revamps Evenings; Plus Ca Change…; Virgin In Album Chart Rift; Radio Snippets,rpm, London, 13 March 1993, pp.4-7
R1’s Future Debated; New Licences To Include Record Examples; Virgin Radio Lines Up; London Licence Bonanza – Five Bidders For Six Licences; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 6 March 1993, pp.1 & 6-7
New Groups – New Licences; Forgan Defends R1 & 2; Trans World/GWR Licences Re-advertised; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 27 February 1993, pp.6-7
New FM City Stations; Threat To Indie Producers; Virgin Squeezes In; Specialist Formats Out For Local Radios; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 20 February 1993, pp.6-7
ILR And BBC On Different Wavelength; LBC & Sunrise Reprimanded; Classic & Atlantic’s RAJAR Cheer; Leeds 2, Southend 1; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 13 February 1993, pp.6-7
Capital Lead In London; RAJAR Blues; Peterborough Re-advertised; LBC Sold After Crown Crash; National RAJAR Figures; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 6 February 1993, pp.1 & 6-7
Goldsmith Blasts Labels, Radio; Digital Radio Is Atomic Cloud; Europlay Launched; Radio Must Hard Sell DAB; French Radio Roadshow; Capital Buys Midlands For £18m; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 30 January 1993, pp.2 & 6-7
Virgin – The Much More Music Show; Talking Radio; Buzz Needz Jockz; Waterman Joins 1FM Debate; Festival Wins Award; New Regional Licence; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 23 January 1993, pp.4-7
Virgin Delays Radio Launch; New BBC Radio Boss; Baker Complaint Upheld; 1FM Future Debated; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 16 January 1993, pp.1 & 6-7
Virgin Radio – Controller Exits; Five Go Bidding For Severn; Edwards Joins 1FM; Buzz Sold For £1; Four More Licences Advertised; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 9 January 1993, pp.1 & 6-7
MIDEM Goes On Air; Buzz Off?; Uncertain Future For Midlands; New Girl Graces Essex; Rodigan Victim Of Racist Abuse; Chiltern Radio/Supergold; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 19 December 1992, pp.6-7
Allied’s Crystal Balls; Pick Of The (Grand-)Pops; New Stations For Wales, Hampshire; Rad io Snippets, rpm, London, 12 December 1992, pp.6-7
Abba Strike Gold; CD Radio Sell; Snappy Service At New Centre; MF Rocks On; MP’s Mix At Abbey Rd; International Role For Grenfell; Record Industry Cautious On Radio Revamp; Touche Ross In Touch For MIDEM; London’s New Apollo; New Virgin Stores; Government Seeks Retail Feedback On Sunday Trading; Country Seminar For April; University Exhibitionists; Choice FM Date Rape; EMAP Profits From Radio; Virgin Wants DJs; Seven More Licences; 4m Listeners To Classic FM; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 5 December 1992, pp.2-4 & 6-7
Radical Radio Plan To Ditch Top 40?; Toasting Sony’s Long-Servers; Sayer And Chrysalis Bury The Hatchet; Exotic New Venture For Pinnacle; More Records, Less Stations?; Jazz FM (Not!); Authority Sets INR Payments; Melody Uses Charity To Boost Ratings; New Scarborough Licence; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 28 November 1992, pp.1-3 & 6-7
85 Crackers For Xmas; Ebeneezer (Not So) Goode; Four Bids For High Wycombe; BBC Promotion Winners; Capital Profits Drop; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 21 November 1992, pp.6-7
Local Licenses Readvertised; Orchard Wins West Dorset; Beerling Jumps In Atlantic Shock; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 14 November 1992, pp.6-7
Shop Around, Says Which? Survey; Beeb – ‘TOTP Not Dead Yet’; DCC Rolls Out; DAB By 1995?; On The Up At Sony; Trivia From Telstar; Gabriel On Show; Warhammer Plays The Game; A&M Looks Back; Wholly Trinity; Capital Launches INR4 Concept; Midland Sells WNK Stake; Raiders Scuppered By Pirates; Satellite Station In Moonlight Flit; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 7 November 1992, pp.1-3 & 6-7
Campaign To Save ‘BBC Radio 4′ Long Wave Transmissions Enthuses Broadsheet Newspapers’ Upmarket Readership,Debate Over Future Of The Two BBC Pop Music Radio Stations Clouded By Ignorance And Commercial Self-Interest, unpublished commentaries, November 1992
CISAC Asks For Euro Tape Levy; Autumn Turns To Gold; Kokopop Shimmies Forth; 1FM Rules (Says The Beeb); LBC Out; New Jazz Schedule; Gordon Demands Status Quo; Wally Gets Wesley; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 31 October 1992, pp.2-3 & 6-7
TBD Re-Books; Board With The Charts?; Stations Fined For Licence Breaches; Independents’ Days; New Severn Sound Chief; Sky’s Cracker; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 24 October 1992, pp.3 & 6-7
Virgin Value For Money; Satellite City; TDK’s Campus Jaunt; Philips Unveils New CD-I; Brits Boost MIDEM; Food For The Homeless; Technical Talkshop; Four Go Mad On Air; Mercury Chops Local DJ; AIRC – Revenue Up; Radio Snippets, rpm, London, 17 October 1992, pp.1-3 & 6-7
Welsh Anger At Marcher Win; Braben’s Beat; Licence Fees – At Last The Good News; Snippets, rpm, London, 10 October 1992, p.6
Radio News [publisher/editor of weekly newsletter], Harrow, #1-#20, 9 October 1992 to 26 March 1993
Jazz Radio Listings, unpublished news stories, October 1992
Wogan’s Return To Host ‘BBC Radio Two’ Breakfast Show Is Attempt To Reverse Listeners’ Exit From New Programme Schedule, unpublished commentary, October 1992
Five Bids Go In For Dorset Licence; Glenrothes Ruling Comes Under Fire; BBC Fends Off Local Rivals, Broadcast, London, 18 September 1992, p.15
Radio: Grant Goddard Finds The Future Of Radio 1 Subject To The Whims Of Radio 3 Listeners, City Limits, London, #571, 17-24 September 1992, p.7
Trans World Starts Climb Into Profit; Local Relay For World Service; Indies Flood Prix Italia, Broadcast, London, 11 September 1992, p.25
Radio: The Good News: XFM Is Back. The Bad News: You Can’t Hear It. Grant Goddard Tunes In To Frequency Failings,City Limits, London, #570, 10-17 September 1992, p.9
Radio: Grant Goddard Assesses The Chances Of Success For The New Classical Station Classic FM, City Limits, London, #569, 3-10 September 1992, p.7
UK Radio Broadcasting Industry News Snippets, unpublished news stories, September 1992
New Local Commercial Radio Licences For London To Be Advertised, But Delayed And Restricted to AM Band, unpublished commentary, September 1992
Radio: Having Blown An Ad Campaign, Does LBC Really Think A Right Wing Hack Will Save Its Bacon? Grant Goddard Doesn’t, City Limits, London, #568, 27 August-3 September 1992, p.7
Radio: Grant Goddard Asks If The Beleaguered Radio Five Can Be Rescued By A Female Gumshoe From Space, City Limits, London, #567, 20-27 August 1992, p.7
Radio Scan [Capital FM], City Limits, London, #566, 13-20 August 1992, p.9
Radio Scan [pirate radio], City Limits, London, #565, 6-13 August 1992, p.7
Radio Scan [Scud FM], City Limits, London, #564, 30 July-6 August 1992, p.7
Radio Scan [independent local radio], City Limits, London, #563, 23-30 July 1992, p.9
Radio Scan [First Love], City Limits, London, #562, 16-23 July 1992, p.11
Radio Scan [classical radio], City Limits, London, #561, 9-16 July 1992, p.9
Radio Scan [Euronet Radio], City Limits, London, #560, 2-9 July 1992, p.9
Vick Rounds On Community Groups, Broadcast, London, 26 June 1992, p.22
Radio Scan [London licences], City Limits, London, #559, 25 June-2 July 1992, p.9
On The Case…., Music Week, NMS ’92 Supplement, London, 20 June 1992, pp.5-6
Radio Pushes City Limits, Broadcast, London, 19 June 1992, p.6
Radio Scan [unlicensed radio], City Limits, London, #558, 18-25 June 1992, p.9
Radio Scan [WNK Radio], City Limits, London, #557, 11-18 June 1992, p.9
Satellites In Broking Battle, Broadcast, London, 5 June 1992, p.22
Radio Scan [XFM Radio], City Limits, London, #556, 4-11 June 1992, p.9
Is The World Ready For Wondermega?; Caught In The Stranglehold; Success, But At A High Price, Music Week, London, 30 May 1992, pp.24-28
Radio Scan [Touchdown Radio], City Limits, London, #555, 28 May-4 June 1992, p.9
Radio Scan [Radio One], City Limits, London, #554, 21-28 May 1992, p.9
Managers Set Out Charter; Ernie Versions Spell Confusion; R1 Brews Up US Music Dates; Wilson Philips Hot Up For New LP; Minister Of Fun To Address BPI AGM, Music Week, London, 16 May 1992, pp.1 & 3-5
Dramatic Link For EBU, Broadcast, London, 15 May 1992, p.22
Radio Scan [LBC Radio], City Limits, London, #553, 14-21 May 1992, p.11
Radio Previews, Time Out, London, 13-20 May 1992, pp.145-157
Island Rejigs As Rowe Arrives; King Blasts Mellor For Pop Radio Snub; APRS 92 Plans Beatles Tribute; Label’s LP First; Phonogram Rush Releases Metallica CD; Beeb Top Brass To Debate R1’s Future, Music Week, London, 9 May 1992, pp.3-5
Gig Lifts Easter Sales Gloom; Shop Faces Promo Ban; Amp Firm Wins Export Prize, Music Week, London, 2 May 1992, pp.3-5
Jazz On The Radio In May, Jazz Express, London, May 1992, p.8
Stores Pin Hopes On Easter Sales Boost; ‘Minister Of Fun’ To Bat For Music; [page 3 photo story]; Receiver Probes Mail Firm; Star LP Marks NME’s 40th, Music Week, London, 25 April 1992, pp.1 & 3-4 & 5
Election Blues As Takings Dip; Buy-Out Saves Music Master; Locke Gets 78 Special, Music Week, London, 18 April 1992, pp.3-4
Swan-Song For Music Show At GMR, Broadcast, London, 14 April 1992, p.14
Virgin Triumphs In Radio Bid; X-FM Hires Industry DJs; Landscape In Country Cable Plan; Music Will Head CD-I Campaign, Music Week, London, 11 April 1992, pp.3-5
Extra Jacko Gigs Book Up Wembley; Student Talks Focus On Music; PolyGram Taps In On Software Boom; Cure Confirmed For Oxfam Date, Music Week, London, 4 April 1992, pp.4-5
Jazz In April; DJ Of The Month: Helen Mayhew, Jazz Express, London, April 1992, p.8
Mega Bytes, Music Week, London, 28 March 1992, pp.23-24
World’s Greatest Music Station Goes For Gold, Broadcast, London, 27 March 1992, p.14
Galaxy Shines By Sticking To Remit, Music Week, London, 21 March 1992, p.21
Music Clients Attack ILR, Broadcast, London, 20 March 1992, p.14
GWR Goes Local In Licence Fight; Old-Fashioned Values Win RA Approval, Broadcast, London, 13 March 1992, p.14
Jazz In March; DJ Of The Month: Tintin; Jazz FM, Jazz Express, London, March 1992, pp.8-9
Parry Puts Indies On The Radio Map, Music Week, London, 29 February 1992, p.7
BBC Network Radio Lures GLR DJs, Music & Media, Holland, 29 February 1992, p.5
Little Extras, Music Week, London, 22 February 1992, pp.29-31
WNK Plays Whole New Ball Game, Broadcast, London, 14 February 1992, p.20
Atlantic 252 Is Longing To Be Remembered, Music & Media, Holland, 1 February 1992, p.4
Jazz In February; DJ Of The Month: Russ Dewbury, Jazz Express, London, February 1992, p.12
Radio Luxembourg Is Dead: Long Live Radio Luxembourg, Music Week, Promotional Supplement, 25 January 1992, pp.27-31
Caroline At Sea Over Relaunch; BBC Battles To Save AM For Asian Services, Broadcast, London, 24 January 1992, p.17
Allied To Pare Down Services; Europeans Sound Out Satellite Stations, Broadcast, London, 17 January 1992, p.16
Jazz Hopes For Change Of Mood, Broadcast, London, 10 January 1992, p.18
Park Works To Stem Capital Flow, Broadcast, London, 6 December 1991, p.19
Jazz In December; DJ Of The Month: Wilber Wilberforce, Jazz Express, London, December 1991, p.11
Aerial Views: Short Waves; Radio Selections, Time Out, London, 27 November-4 December 1991, pp.145-159
Radio Days, Jazz Express, London, November 1991, pp.10 & 26
Still Crazy After All These Years, Broadcast, London, 25 October 1991, p.12
The Young At Heart, Broadcast, London, 10 October 1991, p.48
Programme Changes At London’s ‘Capital FM’ Attract Younger Audience But Send Older Listeners To ‘BBC Radio 1’ For Refuge, unpublished analysis, 29 September 1991
Pirates – Grant Goddard Knows More Than The DTI, Now Radio, 19 September 1991, p.5
Doing God’s Bidding; Faith, Hope And Charity, Broadcast, London, 19 July 1991, p.15
Radio-Active ’90s, For The Record, February 1990, p.26
This Is Radio Clash, For The Record, December 1989, p.26
Airwaves: Sunrise Radio; Radio News, Jocks, London, December 1989, pp.38-39
Revolution [incremental radio], City Limits, London, #422, 2-9 November 1989, p.75
Dance Stance, For The Record, November 1989, p.26
Airwaves [Radio Caroline & Atlantic 252]; Radio News, Jocks, London, November 1989, pp.40-41
Jan Today! [Janice Long], New Musical Express, 28 October 1989, p.28
Pirates Ahoy!, For The Record, October 1989, p.26
Airwaves [London pirates], Jocks, London, October 1989, pp.38-39
Happy Radio? [LBC], City Limits, London, #417, 28 September-5 October 1989, p.78
Radio Caroline, City Limits, London, #416, 21-28 September 1989, p.76
Dirty Dancing [GLR], City Limits, London, #415, 14-21 September 1989, p.76
Atlantic Crossing [Atlantic 252], New Musical Express, London, 2 September 1989, p.25
London Jazz Radio, For The Record, September 1989, p.18
Community Radio Arrives At Last, Independent Media, September 1989, p.11
Airwaves [KISS FM], Jocks, London, September 1989, p.51
Kissed Off [KISS FM], New Musical Express, London, 26 August 1989, p.31
Nothing On But The Radio [book review], City Limits, London, #410, 10-17 August 1989, p.60
Radio On? [KISS FM], City Limits, London, #409, 3-10 August 1989, p.77
Breaking A Monopoly [Atlantic 252], For The Record, August 1989, p.14
Airwaves [Starpoint FM], Jocks, London, August 1989, pp.40-41
How The Parliamentary Jazz Band Swung It…… [Jazz FM], City Limits, London, #407, 20-27 July 1989, p.7
KISS FM Bounce Back, City Limits, London, #407, 20-27 July 1989, p.7
New Waves, For The Record, July 1989, p.29
Airwaves [community radio], Jocks, London, July 1989, p.38
Too Much Of The Same, For The Record, June 1989, p.8
Airwaves: Pirate Radio Update, Jocks, London, June 1989, p.34
Sold! [reggae radio], City Limits, London, #397, 11-18 May 1989, p.77
Lost In Space [satellite radio], For The Record, May 1989, p.12
Sounds Of The City [London licences], City Limits, London, #395, 27 April-4 May 1989, p.77
Review: ‘Harry Mudie Meets King Tubby At Dub Conference Volumes 1, 2 & 3’ (Moodisc), City Limits, London, #394, 20-27 April 1989
What’s In A Name? [GLR], City Limits, London, #393, 13-20 April 1989, p.77
The People’s Choice? [London ethnic radio], City Limits, London, #392, 6-13 April 1989, p.74
Licensing Lore [London licences], City Limits, London, #390, 23-30 March 1989, p.75
Dead Air, Live Sounds [1988 roundup], City Limits, London, #378, 29 December 1988-5 January 1989, p.65
Word Up [KISS FM], City Limits, London, #374, 1-8 December 1988, p.68
Out Of The Past… And Into The Future [new stations], City Limits, London, 24 November-1 December 1988, p.68
Licensed To Ill(egal) [Radio Bill], City Limits, London, #371, 10-17 November 1988, p.70
This Is The World Calling…… [BBC World Service], City Limits, London, #370, 3-10 November 1988, p.68 [article erroneously attributed to Rebecca Coyle]
“Radio” [weekly column], City Limits, London, #369-#433, 27 October 1988 to 25 January 1990
Peterlee – A New Town In Decline; Radio Cutbacks – No News Is Good News??, Durham Street Press, Durham, #31, September/October 1980, pp.6-7 & 12