The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has today announced details of its Sponsorship Scheme 2021.
Cork radio presenter Patricia Messinger is celebrating 30 years On Air in the city this week.
Cork’s dedicated seasonal radio station is back for 2020 as Cork’s 96Mas plays non-stop Christmas hits between now and the end of December.
Today FM has launched a nationwide campaign giving sports clubs the chance to win a brand-new sponsored team kit.
Classic Hits has continued its deal with Mitsubishi Motors Ireland to sponsor four of its promotional cars.
SPIN has launched a new content series aimed at tackling important issues that exist in Irish society today.
Up to €4.5m is being made available by the BAI in the latest Sound & Vision Scheme.
Kerry College and Radio Kerry are offering free places on two new media training courses to be held in Tralee.
Communicorp Media is to suspend all paid advertising for its brands on Facebook platforms for the month of July, in support of the “Stop Hate for…
Radio Nova has put together its own Glastonbury Festival to keep listeners company over the weekend.
Twenty businesses have been chosen as shared winners of iRadio's €40,000 iGrant prize.
Gabrielle Cummins shares her thoughts on radio operating during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Illegal digital broadcaster FreeDAB is off-air after broadcasting authorities and members of the Garda executed a search warrant to stop the…
The team behind Christmas FM has launched a pop-up radio service for Valentine's Day called KISSMAS FM.
As the stations tweet their results and boast about their latest results, we bring you all the info in one place.
The latest JNLR figures show 82% of the population tuning in to radio every day, which translates into weekday figures of 3.1 million listeners.
An online music radio station playing Top 40, dance and trace tracks has been launched in Ireland.
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.