Rod Stewart, who is playing Páirc Uí Chaoimh on May 25th, is getting his own online radio service from the people behind C103.
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Fifteen graduates are setting their sights on a career in radio following the completion of this year’s Beat & WLR FM Broadcast Course.
98FM’s Best of Dublin Awards are back for their sixth year to celebrate all that is great about the capital city.
A new book, A Century of Irish Radio 1900-2000, tells the story of how a medium changed Irish society more than any other medium.
Newstalk has secured EBS as the sponsor of The Home Show for the next 12 months.
RTÉ 2FM and MCD have just announced the 2019 2FM Xmas Ball in aid of The ISPCC will take place at 3Arena on Saturday December 21st.
IBI report calls for immediate political action on public service broadcasting on independent radio stations.
Meghann Scully is set to join the team at Classic Hits to present the specialist show Guaranteed Irish.
CSN College in Cork City is celebrating 20 years of radio broadcast training with an event at SoHo Cork this weekend.
PLAYIRISH - a new digital radio station playing 100% Irish music - has been launched in Ireland via Radioplayer.
Business figures from the South East were treated to a free ‘Redefining Radio’ creative advertising masterclass by Beat 102-103 and Learning…
Today FM has launched its Dare to Care campaign in aid of the Irish Cancer Society and is asking people around Ireland to ‘Be a Dancer for…
Music Cork is working with RTÉ 2fm in a new partnership for the Rising with SEAT 2019.
The Ray D’Arcy Show on RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays from 3pm to 4.30pm, has a new sponsor in the form of Allcare Pharmacy.
Niamh Ní Churnáin has been appointed as Group Head of Irish Language at RTÉ following a public competition.
Learning Waves' plan to run a Transition Year Media Week has been given the go-ahead after securing funding from the BAI's Sound and Vision…
€86,656 has been raised for Focus Ireland during Radio Nova's 2019 'Help Our Homeless Radiothon'.
Paul Collins has thanked his colleagues at Today FM as he gets set to leave the station after 22 years.
Liveline's Funny Friday will come from the Titanic Hotel, Belfast this Friday 29th March 2019.
Beat Breakfast presenter Niall Power is set to speak at Radiodays Europe in Switzerland next week.