Global Radio

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Ashley Tabor
3 Ratings

    Great values, poor director-level leadership

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    I have been working at Global Radio


    - Great and buzzing central office in Leicester Square with excellent facilities
    - Really passionate people across all disciplines who love what they do (not just radio)
    - Culture of innovation where you can definitely make a difference if you work hard and are persistent
    - Very little politics or back stabbing
    - Lots of in-house training opportunities


    - Salaries are 30-40% below market rate in tech / digital disciplines
    - Siloed organisational structure (the worst I've ever seen)
    - Poor performing and fragmented director-level leadership with some recent bad hires
    - The talent you respect never stays

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Yes you're a young company but time to grow up now. Your non-radio talent is leaving in droves.. Start paying competitive salaries, stop being so proud and letting good people leave and if you're unable to replace your roster or under performing directors at least bring them all in under one operational director.

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Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Media
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors BBC, Bauer Radio, Virgin Radio

It takes a pretty big map to see all the places this company reaches listeners. Global Radio UK is the leading commercial radio broadcaster in the UK with stations and digital licenses reaching audiences in more than 60 locations throughout the country. It owns some of the biggest stations serving London, including Heart and Capital FM, along with national radio networks Classic FM, Choice, and Galaxy. Other broadcasting brands include Gold, LBC, and Xfm. The company was created in 2007 and its owned by an investment group led by chairman Charles Allen, the former head of... More

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