A new service has launched today aimed at helping radio stations find presenters who are available to provide voice-tracked programmes.
FM104 has hired Gavin Dowd to host the Open Mic show from this weekend, replacing Rob O'Hanrahan.
Caroline Reynolds, Communicorp’s chief operating officer, is leaving the company at the end of the month.
It all happened at Shannon Airport on Friday morning, to help launch Clare FM’s Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann’s schedule.
A total of 17 submissions to the BAI's call for submissions of interest in the provision of additional commercial sound broadcasting services have been received.
Former long-server presenter with 2FM, Ruth Scott, is hosting her first show on Radio Nova this weekend.
Q102 Chief Executive Scott Williams has been appointed to a new role of Group Content Director for all Wireless Group's Ireland stations.
Tipperary Mid-West Radio, Raidió Corca Baiscinn, Community Radio Youghal and Life FM all face no competition for their community radio contracts.
Radio Kerry Training is offering an eight week full time radio course at the National Digital Skills Centre in Tralee.
Meath native Reilly will succeed Ursula Halligan who spent close to two decades in the position.
Ryan Tubridy remained the highest paid presenter at RTÉ in 2015, according to new figures published by the broadcaster today.
Twitter is the place to boast about your latest JNLR listening figures, so here are some of the ones we spotted.
JNLR figures published today show 3.1 million people - or 82% of the country - tune into the radio each day.
As the stations tweet their results and boast about their latest results, we bring you all the info in one place.
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland has welcomed the publication by Fianna Fail of draft broadcasting legislation as a major breakthrough.
RTÉ has not introduced ‘secret bonuses’ to RTÉ staff despite article in the Irish Independent.
RTÉ confirms it will bring forward the publication of fees paid to its Top 10 most highly-paid presenters, and expects to release details shortly.
Tara Murray has moved from overnights to evenings at FM104 after 18 months at the station.
Clare FM's short-serving breakfast show presenter Paul Byrne is heading to Athlone to become Assistant Programme Director of iRadio.
RTÉ has posted a Net Deficit after Tax of €19.7m for 2016, despite recording solid operating profits over the last three years.
Former Irish International Table Tennis player Johnny Bowe is joining FM104 across town from August.
iRadio GM and Content Director / Presenter Mark Cunning is leaving his lunchtime show on the station but staying with the company.
Former RTÉ, Communicorp and UTV Radio programmer Liam Thompson is back in Ireland to work for Wireless Group as a Consultant.
Midlands 103 is inviting anyone who wants to work in radio to apply for its talent search initiative.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is intending to extend the terms of the two Contracts held by iRadio - North West and North East and Midlands.