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Communicorp is a media holding company based in Ireland and owned wholly by the Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien (Wikipedia).
Newstalk’s Courts Correspondent Frank Greaney has won a Justice Media award (JMA) for his reporting on the Belfast rape trial.
All the radio stations owned by Communicorp in Bulgaria have been sold to local operators.
Communicorp Media has renewed its contact with 28 local independent radio stations across the country to provide national and international news content.
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.
Denis O’Brien has given a €7.9m loan to Communicorp, on top of the €85.5m he has already given the group.
The BAI is to write to Communicorp following reports of the company banning journalists from the Irish Times to appear on its radio stations.
RTE and the Irish Times are reporting that all Irish Times journalists are banned from appearing as contributors to any Communicorp station until further notice.
Chris Donoghue has been made Group Political Editor while Sarah McInerney will host her own weekly show on Newstalk.
Communicorp has hired Rob Timony as its new creative director, to lead a newly-formed creative partnership team.
Ivan Yates is returning to a full-time show on Newstalk as he takes over the Drivetime show.
Caroline Reynolds, Communicorp’s chief operating officer, is leaving the company at the end of the month.
Lucy Gaffney, Communicorp Chairperson, has been named a Women’s Executive Network 2017 Ireland’s Most Powerful Women: Top 25 Award Winner.
Communicorp has criticised the BAI's decision to invite applications for new radio licences and called for an economic evaluation of the sector first.
Communicorp is moving all of its Dublin-based stations into one place, RadioToday understands.
New 10 year contracts have been given to Communicorp stations Today FM and SPIN South West and two community stations.
Sales house Communicorp ONE is to close with its employees and business transferring to Media Central.
Communicorp is refusing to comment on speculation that it will be axing the posts of CEO at Newstalk, SPIN and 98FM.
Communicorp's Today FM has a new website, new app and a refreshed logo now in use.
Ivan Yates is heading back to Newstalk this spring with a new weekly two hour radio show.
Communicorp's Newstalk is offering a lunch date with George Hook and his wife to five couples.
Gervaise Slowey has resigned as CEO of Communicorp Group after four years in charge, saying her time at the company has come to a natural end.
The winners of the IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards have been announced, supported by Communicorp's Newstalk
A new Sunday morning show on Newstalk starts this weekend hosted by Dr Ciara Kelly.
A cheque worth €113,056.18 has been accepted by Mark Mellett of The Irish Cancer Society from Today FM following the success of its charity album release ‘Whole Lotta Live’.
Diageo Communications leader John Burns has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer for 98FM.
Communicorp executive Caroline Reynolds has been appointed Chief Operating Officer for the Group.
Dublin based digital advertising network Adforce has teamed up with Communicorp to deliver adverts online.
There's a new breakfast show and weekday schedule coming to Newstalk following Ivan Yates' decision to leave the station.
Changes at Today FM will see evening host Fergal D'acry moved to afternoons whilst Louise Duffy heads to evenings.
Vodafone is to sponsor Newstalk's flagship weekend business show Down to Business.
Today FM has been officially named as the official radio partner of this year’s VHI Women’s Mini Marathon held on Monday 6 June.
Communicorp has submitted a fast-track proposal for Newstalk to operate a quasi-national speech/news sound broadcasting service.
Following public notices asking for anyone to express an interest in the licence held by News 106 Ltd, the BAI is thinking about invoking the fast-track licensing procedure.
Newstalk’s Business Breakfast Show has been awarded The Best Business Show at the InBusiness Editors Choice Awards 2015.
Communicorp is to face competition for the Dublin City & County, Music-driven Alternative Rock licence currently on-air as TXFM.
Today FM Chief Executive and TXFM CEO Peter McPartlin is to leave the station after four years at the helm.
Newstalk has announced Mitsubishi Motors are new an on-air partner of drive-time show The Right Hook in a 12 month sponsorship agreement.
The 2015 PPI Radio Awards winners were announced tonight - the full list is here!
The BAI wants to hear from anyone who wants to challenge Newstalk and TXFM to the contracts they currently hold.
Communicorp has sold its Latvian radio station AS Radio SWH Latvia to Cinamon Holding OÜ, an Estonian-based entertainment company.
Communicorp's online-only youth station FRQ is expanding & moving into new territory with a brand new weekly talk driven show.
Newstalk today welcomed RTÉ’s 'change of heart' on broadcasting its ‘Don’t Hold Back’ TV ad, complete with the "Move the Dial" slogan.
Garrett Harte has been made Editor in Chief at Newstalk as the company continues to search for a new CEO.
Today FM will host a night of music and comedy in Dublin’s Vicar Street on Thursday, 14th May in memory of the late great Tony Fenton.
A new advertising campaign by Newstalk includes a television ad specifically created for use on RTE Television.
Ronan Harris, board member at Communicorp, is to succeed John Herlihy at Google who is to leave the company at the end of April.
98FM has revealed a new advertising campaign featuring Dublin landscapes instead of the usual mix of on-air personalities.
Anton Savage is Ray D'Arcy's replacement on Today FM, taking over the 9am till midday show after Ray announced he was returning to RTÉ.
The Top 10 radio stories on RadioToday in 2014 - including the worst kept secret of the year and the launch of TXFM.
Ireland's largest operator of radio stations Communicorp has revealed a new corporate identity for its Ireland and UK businesses.