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Manny Pacquiao's WBO welterweight fight against Timothy Bradley looks set to hit the airwaves on TV and radio after being given the green light by the Philippine election commission.
The southern Italian city of Naples has been chosen by Apple for the first of a series of app development centres. The idea is to train app
The Germanwings disaster has heavily marked Seyne-les-Alpes, population 1,500, the town nearest Tuesday’s crash site in the southern French Alps
Mohammad Sarafraz, who is on a European blacklist of figures blamed for human rights violations in Iran, has been named the new President of the
An inquest into the death of a nurse who answered a prank phone call by two Australian radio DJs about the health of the Duchess of Cambridge is due
Hungarian Radio has just packed its microphones and recorders and left Esterhazy Palace, which was once home to Europe’s oldest radio station and the
Al Qaeda’s north African wing has reportedly claimed responsibility for the murder of two French journalists in northern Mali on Saturday. A news
One of Britain’s best-known radio presenters from the 1970s and 80s has denied 15 sex crimes. Dave Lee Travis, 68, whose real name is David Patrick
The Greek prime minister’s decision to shut down the public television station ERT has led to a one day general strike in the country. Journalists
The Greek government’s decision to pull the plug on the country’s public broadcaster is one of its most drastic measures yet to pare down Greek
It’s the essential rendez-vous for music lovers on Italian public radio: La Barcaccia, a satirical show on the world of opera. Both cult and
Complying with new legislation in Russia, Radio Liberty will stop broadcasting in the country after nearly 60 years. As of November10, licences
NASA has transmitted back to Earth the sound of the first ever human voice from another planet. The US space agency radioed the recording of its
A row has engulfed a Russian radio station amid accusations of political interference ahead of next month’s presidential election. Two senior