New weekend schedule for 2FM.
Ciara Kelly is starting a new lunchtime show on Newstalk from Monday, as a replacement for George Hook and High Noon.
Former Classic Hits 4FM, FM104 and 2FM presenter Declan Pierce has joined Today FM to host a new dance and R&B show.
Irish stand-up comedian and former BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Sean Hughes has died, his management company has announced.
Emergency instructions were sent to BAI licenced stations late on Sunday evening ahead of Storm Ophelia arriving.
Classic Hits 4FM's owner Bay Broadcasting has taken 100% ownership of Radio Nova.
RTÉ presenters Will Leahy and Rick O’Shea are set to present their first weekday programmes on RTÉ Gold as part of the new schedule announced by the station today.
Juice FM is back on-air for the new college year with a new team of presenters and producers making up the schedule.
The BAI is to write to Communicorp following reports of the company banning journalists from the Irish Times to appear on its radio stations.
Coverage of the Budget 2018 will feature heavily across RTÉ tomorrow, with Radio 1 and RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta delivering extra coverage.
Here are all the winners from the IMRO Radio Awards 2017.
As the IMRO Radio Awards 2017 are handed out, we check out social media and bring you a selection of photos and tweets from the evening.
RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ lyric FM and LMFM each took home a Station of the Year award at the IMRO Radio Awards 2017.
Dil has posted a statement on her website, saying she is deeply disappointed at this sudden news of the show being axed after 10 years.
RTE and the Irish Times are reporting that all Irish Times journalists are banned from appearing as contributors to any Communicorp station until further notice.
RTÉ Radio 1’s Documentary on One was honoured at the Prix Italia international media awards in Milan on Sunday.
ŠKODA Ireland has taken over as sponsor of RTÉ Radio 1's Liveline programme with Joe Duffy.
Dee Woods joins the Radio Nova Daytime Schedule.
Crossy is heading back to FM104 from October 2nd to join the Strawberry Alarm Clock.
Presenter Marc Henry-Wallis has been jailed for four years after he admitted five counts of assault causing actual bodily harm.
Walk in My Shoes Radio returns to broadcast live from St Patrick’s Mental Health Services next month.
Radio Kerry goes to the Four Corners of Kerry to find a Séisiún Champion!
Nova research shows new licences would grow radio listenership.
George Hook is moving to weekends on Newstalk following a review of his situation recently.
Limerick’s Live 95FM announced as official media partner for Thomond Park Stadium