Communicorp's Newstalk has lodged a formal complaint with the European Commission, saying the payment of TV licence fees to RTÉ is not compatible with European Union rules on state aid.
One of the biggest maize's in the country is set to open in West Cork, complete with large Red FM logo in the middle.
Radio Nova has appointed its sales director Mary O’Sullivan as General Manager.
Broadcaster Carol Dooley has rejoined Radio Nova after leaving her Programme Director position at East Coast FM.
UTV Media has promoted Scott Taunton, Managing Director, UTV Radio (GB) to Chief Operating Officer.
Citybeat Radio is to offer location-based push-ads to its clients via the new fencing feature in its new app.
A little girl was reunited with her favourite toy called “pink teddy” on C103’s Cork Today programme this week.
After a newspaper article, RTE has denied a report that Ryan Tubridy is being lined up to replace Ronan Collins on RTE Radio One.
Limerick City based Radio Vera has taken on Tommy Mc Cabe to host a new weekend show at the online station.
Radio Kerry Training & the National Digital Skills Centre have launched a new 50 week radio production skills course.
The IBI has finalised a rights deal for 20 local radio stations to broadcast live GAA match commentary and updates on GAA events to their listeners.
Andrew Morrissey is to returning to Radio Kerry for Breakfast.
RTÉ is looking for a new sponsor of the Marian Finucane Show, once Hyundai ends its run next month.
Everyone is up! Here are the facts and figures on JNLR 2014-2 from a number of stations around the country.
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland are wanting a change to the way public money is spent after 2fm's latest JNLR.
Live action and reaction from around the industry as the latest JNLR figures go public.
Former RTÉ journalist Eamonn Falvey and presenter David Baker join Kfm.
Radio Nova's parent company has been in court defending a claim by IMRO that they owe €47,000 in music royalties.
Former 2fm and FM104 presenter Damian Farrelly is joining multi-region radio station Classic Hits 4FM.
The BAI Contract for the Sligo, North Leitrim and South Donegal Franchise Area has been re-awarded to Ocean FM.
Continuing our 25 years celebration, we hear from Atlantic 252's first PD Paul Kavanagh who looks back at the radio scene in 1989.
Taking time out from 25th birthday celebrations, UTV's Group Programme Director for Dublin Dave Kelly chats with RadioToday Editor Roy Martin.
We're celebrating 25 years of independent radio all day today, which wouldn't be complete without some good old airchecks and jingles.
Scott Williams was the first voice heard on Irish independent radio at Capital in Dublin. He looks back at what we've achieved in the last 25 years.
John O'Hara made his mark on Irish radio before 1989, but remembers his time fondly before leaving for a long career in radio in the UK.