Marty Miller kicked off his new Marty at Work Experience feature by hitching a ride in an Irish Air Corps plane.
IE - Roy Martin
PJ Gallagher and Jim McCabe have a new sponsor on Classic Hits in the form of Flexi-Fi.
Communicorp Media's growing sales team will be using Wedel Software's Media Sales Platform going forward to expand operations in Ireland.
Beat 102-103 has a new presenter line-up, including the return of Emma Nolan from iRadio, and a new jingle package from ReelWorld.
Tributes have been paid to popular radio presenter Alan McQuillan who has died after a sudden illness.
Radio is the most trusted medium in Ireland, research published by the European Commission today confirms.
Temporary festive station Christmas FM has raised €404,551 for its 2018 chosen charity, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital.
Communicorp Key Account Manager Siobhan Murphy has joined Radio Nova’s direct sales team.
iRadio is making some changes to its on-air schedule for 2019, with new presenters on mornings, drive and evenings.
A new 12-month sponsorship with SEAT Ireland and 2fm Rising has been agreed by RTÉ Media Sales.
Newstalk has announced the return of comedy news panel You Couldn't Make It Up to its weekend schedule.
The New York Festivals 2019 Radio Awards event is open for entries. Will RTÉ Radio win the top title for the 6th time in a row?
Schedule changes at Classic Hits include a new Saturday show for PJ & Jim, plus the return of Dusty Rhodes.
Radio Kerry is set to take over Clare FM and Tipp FM.
Larry Gogan is leaving RTÉ 2FM after 40 years and making to move to RTÉ Gold.
Beat 102 103 and WLR FM's Certificate in Radio Broadcasting and Presenting course is returning this year but the closing date is just a few days…
A pirate radio station has been, ironically, paying tribute to the pirates which closed down 30 years ago today, December 30th 1988.
Opel has been announced as the new sponsor of ‘The Last Word’ with Matt Cooper on Today FM.
Three radio directors have been announced as speakers at the Radiodays Europe 2019 event in Switzerland.
RTÉ Radio 1 presenter Ryan Tubridy was the highest paid presenter at the organisation in 2016, according to the latest published figures.