THE BIG PICTURE
- Media news in brief. // Music Week;10/30/2010, Issue 43, p8
The article offers news briefs related to music trade including the three-year deal signed by ITV with Syco and Fremantlemedia for "The X Factor," the Global Icon Award to be received by Bon Jovi at the 2010 MTV EMAs, and the speculation of Global Group chief executive officer (CEO) Ashley Tabor...
- Diary: Quoted. // Campaign;9/25/2015, p45
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- Media news in brief. // Music Week;10/23/2010, Issue 42, p6
The article offers media news briefs such as the rumors of disc jockey (DJ) Chris Moyles' departure from BBC Radio 1, the criticisms made by RadioCentre Ltd. to Radio 3 due to its increasing popularisation, and the start of the new morning show "The 4Music Breakfast Fix."
- MUSIC WEEK POLL. // Music Week;7/20/2012, Issue 29, p9
Statistics are presented concerning the resignation of Chris Moyles on R1's "Breakfast Show."
- BBC defends gay comments. J. G. // Gay Times (09506101);Jul2006, Issue 334, p73
Reports on the decision of the British Broadcasting Corp. Board of Governors to dismiss complaints of homophobia against disc jockey Chris Moyles in 2006. Incident that led to the complaints; Basis of the decision; Reaction from the lobby group Stonewall.
- R1 triumphs at Sony Awards. // Music Week;5/20/2006, Issue 20, p5
The article reports on the award received by the Radio One network at the Sony Radio Awards. The network has been named the station for the year in Great Britain. Controller Andy Parfitt emphasizes that he has been thrilled by the amount of feedback he has received for the whole industry...
- Radio 1 loses more listeners. Durrani, Arif // PRWeek (London);2/8/2013, p17
The article reports that even after much criticized departure of an English radio and television presenter Chris Moyles, the number of listeners for BBC Radio1's breakfast show has not improved.
- Waves of lager. Quirke, Antonia // New Statesman;10/2/2015, Vol. 144 Issue 5282, p85
The article reviews the radio program "The Chris Moyles Show" on the Radio X station and a broadcast of a continuous performance of the eight-hour work "Sleep" by German-born British composer Max Richter on the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) Radio 3 station.
- MOYLES DOES IT AGAIN. // Music Week;8/19/2006, Issue 33, Special Section p7
The article presents a brief profile of Chris Moyles in the light of his successful leading of Radio One. The author says that Moyles and his companions are successful by taking advantage of the current lacunae in commercial radio. The author asserts that listener's satisfaction is to be...