Newstalk's weekend business show Down to Business with Bobby Kerr has found a new sponsor in Electric Ireland for the next six months.
The BAI has issued a call for applications under the first round of its Archiving Scheme 2, designed to preserve a record of Irish culture.
Here's how the latest radio listening figures for the second book of 2018 was reported by the stations and social media.
As the stations tweet their figures and boast about their latest results, we bring you all the JNLR info in one place.
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta launched its coverage of The Galway Races earlier this week, broadcasting live from Ballybrit for all the races from…
Freelance TV and radio producer/director/presenter Pat O'Mahony has caught up with Broadcasting Authority of Ireland CEO Michael O'Keeffe in his…
It’s that time of year again where the industry comes together to find the best of the best in Irish radio and reward their efforts.
A new 12-month deal has been signed between 2FM and its4women.ie to sponsor The Tracy Clifford Show.
Newstalk’s Courts Correspondent Frank Greaney has won a Justice Media award (JMA) for his reporting on the Belfast rape trial.
SPIN1038 is encouraging listeners to Stride for Pride to support this year’s Dublin Pride Festival.
Sunshine 106.8 has teamed up with Sandals Resorts and the Jamaica Tourist Board to broadcast live all week from Montego Bay.
Marty Morrissey, Stefanie Preissner, Baz Ashmawy and Pantibliss line up alongside the Second Captains and Documentary on One in all new Summer…
iRadio is in full competition mode with the launch of its latest iRadio thief promotion.
Classic Hits' generous listeners have donated €50,000 to make the wishes of Ireland's sick children come true.
RTÉ 2fm announced today that it will host a 2fm Rising stage at this year’s Body&Soul Festival.
As the stations tweet their results and boast about their latest results, we bring you all the info in one place.
The BAI has launched a public consultation on a draft revised Broadcasting Services Strategy, to help decide the future expansion of FM services.
Communicorp Media is the new official name for Denis O’Brien's radio group as the company attempts to adapt for an ever-changing media market.
The list was compiled by 2FM DJs Tracy Clifford, Louise McSharry, Dan Hegarty, Tara Stewart and 2FM's Music Director Alan Swan.
Irish Times has agreed to a deal to buy the owner of the Irish Examiner, which has stakes in WLR, Beat 102 103 and Cork's Red FM.