Latest News for: Radio 2m


NZME beats full year earnings guidance, signals return of dividends

NewstalkZB 24 Feb 2021
NZME, which owns the New Zealand Herald, Newstalk ZB, the OneRoof property website and a suite of entertainment radio stations including ZM, The Hits and Hauraki, reported operating revenue of $331.2m, down 11 per cent on the previous year ... NZME's journalism and entertainment excelled across all our print, digital and radio platforms.

SA’s Square Kilometre Array Observatory site launched

Independent online (SA) 10 Feb 2021
... of 131 072 antennas which will be 2m tall and located on the Commonwealth scientific and industrial research organisation’s (CSIRO) Murchison radio-astronomy observatory.SKAO headquarters on the grounds of the Jodrell Bank Unesco World Heritage Site at Manchester University.

Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine rollout plan changed following approval

The Observer 30 Dec 2020
Pharmacies as well as GPs will be able to give the jabs to those at risk ... “We’ll be able to do things very differently.” ... Covid-19 in the UK ... - ... Talking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, its chief executive, Pascal Soriot, said the company could provide the UK with as many as 2m doses a week and would start shipping the first doses “today or tomorrow”.

Deepwave Digital Raises $3M in Series Seed Funding to Accelerate Growth in the 5G, Defense, ...

The Bradford Era 15 Dec 2020
Deepwave Digital provides enterprise-level sensor solutions for a wide range of radio frequency (RF) and wireless system companies ... This investment adds to the $1.2M previously raised ... In addition to supplying core technologies to the aerospace and defense markets, Deepwave is a critical component in the 5G Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS).

Children in Need: Joe Wicks completes 24-hour workout challenge

BBC News 13 Nov 2020
Throughout the course of the 24 hours, he was joined virtually by a host of celebrity guests - including Louis Theroux, Sam Smith, Mel C, and a bunch of BBC Radio 2 presenters live on-air ... The TV personality and presenter raised over £2m for the same charity, which helps disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

Children in Need: Joe Wicks set for 24-hour workout challenge

BBC News 12 Nov 2020
Throughout the course of the 24 hours, he'll be joined virtually by a host of celebrity guests - including BBC Radio 2 presenters, who will be live on-air ... The TV personality and presenter raised over £2m for the same charity, which helps disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

US presidential race shows the power of advertising

Irish Independent 08 Nov 2020
Of this, $4.9bn was spent on broadcast TV, cable TV and radio, while $1.8bn was spent on digital advertising, mostly with Google and Facebook, according to Advertising Analytics ... By comparison, Biden's campaign spent $130m on TV and radio ads over the same period.

15-year-old boy charged in fatal gunplay in Oak Park

The Oakland Press 16 Sep 2020
Monday, Sept ... A virtual hearing was held Tuesday afternoon at Oakland County Children’s Village ... Outage hits Oakland County public safety radio system due to old switch. A malfunctioning switch caused an outage in Oakland County’s public safety radio communication system on Sunday night. +2. Oakland County man wins $2M in Michigan Lottery instant game.

Revealed: states' restrictive voter ID laws have cost taxpayers $36m

Yahoo Daily News 22 Jul 2020
Even with heavily discounted rates from TV and radio stations, the critical swing state has spent nearly $1.2m on its “Bring It to the Ballot” campaign, which includes radio spots, brochures, and TV ads.Story continues.

Coronavirus: Second national lockdown not needed

BBC News 26 Jun 2020
Northern Ireland has also announced it will reduce the distancing rule to 1m with restrictions. from Monday. In Scotland and Wales, the 2m distancing rule remains in place for the moment. Speaking to Nick Robinson on BBC Radio 4's Political Thinking, Prof Ferguson, who quit his adviser role after he breached lockdown guidance, said ... .

Radio group's drop in earnings blamed on shift to digital

Irish Independent 24 Jun 2020
The radio group which operates FM104 in Dublin has blamed a 2pc drop in revenue to €22.2m on a very challenging commercial environment with the continued migration of revenue to unregulated digital operators ... Wireless Radio (ROI) last year recorded pre-tax losses of €2.9m, a 33pc increase on the €2.2m pre-tax loss in 2018.

Sweden admits it could have battled virus better

Dawn 04 Jun 2020
STOCKHOLM ... Only gatherings of more than 50 people have been banned. “I think there is potential for improvement in what we have done in Sweden, quite clearly,” Anders Tegnell of the Public Health Agency told Swedish radio. The nation of 10.2m has one of world’s highest death tolls ... Published in Dawn, June 4th, 2020. .

Coronavirus: 52 more people die in State, bringing total virus fatalities to 1,063

The Irish Times 25 Apr 2020
A total of 52 more deaths have been recorded of people with Covid-19, alongside 377 newly confirmed cases in the State ... A total of 4,847 cases are associated with healthcare workers ... “I think it is premature to stop social distancing at this stage,” he told RTÉ Radio. He said we still have to keep our 2m distance “or it will come back” ... Coasts ...  . .