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  • BBC Three to leave the airwaves and become online channel

    Posted on March 11, 2014 by admin

    The BBC Has announced its intentions to close down the BBC Three channel, and move all of its content online. The BBC’s director general Tony Hall, made the announcement last week, citing the BBC’s requirement to save £100m as the main reason for the move.   This is something of a U-turn for Lord Hall, who stated in October of ..

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  • Roberts Duet gains best simple-to-use radio award

    Posted on February 26, 2014 by admin

    If you are interested in radio please visit our radio site - Radio Listener's Guide - you'll find information about our most recent radio awards. The editor and contributors to this year's guide have selected their favourite radios in a range of categories.   The best easy-to-use radio award went to the Roberts Duet. To see the full..

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  • BT SmartTalk app lets you make cheap calls from abroad

    Posted on February 26, 2014 by admin

    With the BT SmartTalk app you can use WiFi or mobile data connections to make calls which are then charged to the registered BT account holder. Any calls made using the app will cost the same as calls from your home phone, using your BT calling plan rather than using mobile rates or minutes. 0800 numbers – they’re included in your c..

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  • ITV launch new ITVBe channel

    Posted on February 12, 2014 by admin

    ITV has announced a new addition to its family of channels, ITVBe. The ITVBe channel will feature a mix of lifestyle and reality programming, and will become the permanent home for hit reality shows including The Only Way is Essex.   ITV’s Chief Executive, Adam Crozier, said: "ITVBe will be a terrific new addition to our family of..

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  • Global Radio to sell eight radio stations to Communicorp

    Posted on February 12, 2014 by admin

    Global Radio is to sell off eight of its radio stations after Commission Competition ruling following Global’s takeover of GMG Radio in 2012.   After a six-month investigation, the Competition Commission concluded that Global Radio’s takeover of GMG Radio was likely to lead to higher advertising prices in seven areas, and that G..

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  • Nokia’s ‘Android’ device to launch at the Mobile World Congress

    Posted on February 12, 2014 by admin

    The long-rumoured Android powered Nokia mobile device is to launch at this years Mobile World Congress event, according to sources at the Wall street Journal. It is thought the new device, of which there are few details available, will use a version of Android which strips out the suite of Google services and replaces them with Microsoft..

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  • Sony to sell PC business in favour of Mobile phones and Tablets

    Posted on February 10, 2014 by admin

    Electronics giant Sony has confirmed speculation that it is interested in selling off the PC computing arm of its business in an effort to concentrate on Mobile and Tablet computer markets. Sony will sell off the Vaio PC business to a new company to be set up by investment fund Japan Industrial Partners (JIP). Sony and JIP have signed a ..

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  • London radio stations to receive Royal guests

    Posted on February 10, 2014 by admin

    HRH Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will take part in a tour of some of the London’s largest radio stations. The Royal couple will visit stations owned by both Global Radio and Bauer Media, as well as visiting the BBC’s New Broadcasting House.   The stations to be visited include BBC Radio 1, 2, 3 and 4, as well as t..

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  • Renault UK to fit DAB in-car radios as standard

    Posted on January 28, 2014 by admin

    The UK arm of French car giant Renault has said it will offer DAB radios in all cars.   Renault UK has stated that the rollout of DAB radios will start with the new Traffic and Twingo models, but will spread across all of its range of cars.   For those who have just bought a Renault without a DAB radio, Renault is offering an a..

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  • EE flotation is put on hold

    Posted on January 17, 2014 by admin

    Orange and Deutsche Telekom, both of whom own 50% of EE, have decided to postpone EE’s floatation, believing they can achieve a higher market value for the company once 4G services are fully established. The two parent companies of EE have been mulling the future of the mobile operator, and are understood to have been working on plans ..

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