It’s a spicy debate in this week’s RadioTalk as the panel discuss the Competition Commission’s initial findings on Global Radio’s acquisition of GMG Radio, Helen Boaden’s return to BBC Radio and 15. 1m listeners for Radio 2. Views come from Claire Enders, CEO of Enders Analysis, Stewart Purvis, former CEO of ITN and a regulator at OFCOM, and Nik Goodman, the creative director for Bounce, the creative production company and a former PD of Capital Radio.
Nella @ Radio Academy - on 21/2/13
Radio 1 DJs Nick Grimshaw (left) and Chris Moyles in the breakfast show studio. Photograph: BBC/PA.
Gavin Sugden @ The Wall Blog - on 31/1/13
The departure of Radio 1's self-anointed "saviour", Chris Moyles, after eight years, failed to halt declines in the BBC's breakfast show listeners, according to quarterly Rajar figures published today.
Brand Republic - Media - on 31/1/13
Chris Moyles departure from breakfast show did not result in huge drop in listeners as station targets younger people.
John Plunkett @ MediaGuardian - Radio - on 31/1/13
Graham Norton is planning a seven-hour chatshow to raise money for Comic Relief, a bit like the marathon fund-raising radio show presented by Chris Moyles, reports the Sun. The show, which will take over the entire BBC3 schedule, will feature up to 50 guests and singing acts and is set to be the "most exhausting thing Graham has ever done".
MediaGuardian - Television - on 16/1/13
OneBigStar has supplied production and equipment for the tour of Chris Moyles Live. Chris took to the road with his long time breakfast show collaborators Aled Haydn Jones and Dominic Byrne, along with house band, Rockaoke. Working with Accept Management who provided Tour and Production Management, OBS designed and supplied the scalable set, LED video / mixing, LX and [.
Adam Parry @ Event Industry News - on 7/1/13
The DJ who 'waltzed in from nowhere' and took over from Chris Moyles on Radio 1's biggest gig.
Miranda Sawyer @ MediaGuardian - Radio - on 9/12/12
The BBC finance director, Zarin Patel, is seeking libel damages of £50,000 from Richard Desmond's Daily Star over a story on the corporation's controversial policy of paying its top stars, including Jeremy Paxman and Chris Moyles, through personal service companies.
Lisa O'Carroll @ MediaGuardian - Newspapers & Magazines - on 7/12/12
✒It's often said that Blue Peter presenters are toast at 28, and now the equivalent age for Radio 1 DJs has become clear. Vernon Kay, whose departure was announced on Friday, is 38, as is the ex-breakfast host Chris Moyles. Edith Bowman was ousted from the weekend breakfast show one month after celebrating the fatal birthday, and Scott Mills was 38 when he lost the drive-time show.
MediaGuardian - Television - on 11/11/12
Move paves way for Jameela Jamil to present Sunday afternoon chart show, the first woman DJ to do so in 45-year history.
John Plunkett @ MediaGuardian - Radio - on 9/11/12
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