Turning the tables
- Radio in the United Kingdom. // Radio Industry Profile: United Kingdom;January 2004, pN.PAG
Presents a profile of the Radio industry in United Kingdom. Background on Datamonitor, a business information company specializing in industry analysis; Executive summary of the industry; Market overview; Market value; Market segmentation; Competitive landscape; Leading companies in the...
- Less competition may lead to more variety. Heasman, Jon // Billboard;11/27/99, Vol. 111 Issue 48, p81
Reports that British media owner GWR Group's Chief Executive Officer Ralph Bernard is promoting the findings of research from the United States which suggests that consolidation in radio actually increases listener choice. Increase in the average American local radio market; Expansion of the...
- Radio in the United Kingdom. // Radio Industry Profile: United Kingdom;March 2004, p1
Presents a profile of the Radio industry in the United Kingdom. Background on Datamonitor, a business information company specializing in industry analysis; Executive summary of the industry; Market overview; Market value; Market segmentation; Competitive landscape; Leading companies in the...
- GWR profits reveal a drop despite record reach for Classic FM. Darby, Ian // Campaign;11/22/2002, Issue 47, p7
Reports on the decrease in the profits for the radio group GWR Group PLC for six months as September 30, 2002 despite an increase in the profits of its branch Classic FM. Statistics depicting the decrease in the company's profits; Reasons behind the decrease.
- GWR seeks to poach Radio One listeners with 1m pounds `local' 'ads. // Marketing (00253650);4/6/2000, p10
Highlights the advertising campaign launched by the radio network GWR Group aimed at taking a share of Radio One's market.
- The man for an open mike. Mason, Tania // Marketing (00253650);4/19/2001, p31
Profiles Ralph Bernard, chief executive officer of Great Britain-based radio company GWR Group. Education; Highlights of his career in radio broadcasting; Criticism of the system by which radio licenses are operated; Support for self-regulation of commercial radio; Claim that GWR has never won...
- Capital and GWR key to radio consolidation. Parry, Caroline // Marketing Week;7/29/2004, Vol. 27 Issue 31, p19
Talks about issues pertinent to the radio industry in Great Britain. Rumor concerning the merger between Capital Radio Group and GWR Group PLC; Percentage of ownership acquired by EMAP from Scottish Radio Holdings; Constraints to the realization of the rumored merger between Capital Radio and GWR.
- Radio's key players waiting to pounce. Parry, Caroline // Marketing Week (01419285);6/5/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 22, p14
Focuses on the impact of the enactment of the Communications Bill on the radio industry in Great Britain. Industrial consolidation; Deregulation of media ownership; Competition Commission's ruling on GWR and Scottish Radio Holdings' joint venture to take over Bristol, England-based station Vibe.
- GWR Group plans regional activity. // Marketing (00253650);8/25/2004, p8
GWR Group PLC is to run a major outdoor, press and direct marketing campaign for seven of its market-leading regional radio stations to head off a growing threat from rival operators including Chrysalis and the British Broadcasting Corp. The four-week campaign, which breaks on September 6, will...