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New web site for the RadioCentre


RadioCentre, the trade body for commercial radio, has re-launched its website to offer
members a fresh, dynamic resource for industry news and policy updates.
The website ( will 
act as a showcase for commercial radio and all
activities, as well as providing a gateway into RadioCentre’s policy and public affairs
work. Additional resources include a station guide linking to MediaUK data, and
Radioplayer on every page, making it even easier to listen to your favourite stations.

Other new features on the site will include:

– Regularly updated news stories 
– Daily press summary headlines
– Twitter feed
– Link to featured ‘station of the month’
– Airplay chart

The site , designed and created by web agency Formoda ( will
now include clearly organised and structured policy sections, containing all relevant
documents with short summary and key contacts. 

An events calendar and picture gallery will also detail industry events, festivals and
concerts, giving RadioCentre members further opportunities to amplify their work.

The website re-launch coincides with the recent move of RadioCentre, together with
Radioplayer, Digital Radio UK, RAJAR, RACC and The Radio Academy to new offices in
New Oxford Street 
(6th floor, 55 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1BS) 

RadioCentre will continue its relationship with Sohonet (, the global
expert in connectivity and data management for the media and entertainment industry,
for the installation

of a 10Mbit/s Internet connection at new offices. 

For more information please contact Lucy Goodwin, Head of Press, RadioCentre,
tel: 020 7010 0655

Tony is a Superintendent Methodist Minister, broadcaster and author. He is a radio presenter with Premier Christian Radio and a regular contributor to BBC Radio 2's Pause for Thought (5.45 am). Tony is married with two children and four grandchildren.

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