Modern broadcasting, whether that’s on radio, podcasts or television, means having to play the social media game.
Along with listening to what’s on the radio during a morning commute to work, the Irish public is turning to an array of music streaming services that are easily accessible at the touch of a few buttons using a smartphone or a tablet.
The Irish are huge fans of music. They not only love to listen to music, but they also like playing music.
At the end of 2020 we were all expecting 2021 to be different. We were hoping for society to open more up, for the pandemic to slowly recede. A new beginning after such a long time of troubles.
A new radio conference for Asia has been officially announced by the organisers of Radiodays Europe.
South East Radio is to promote its charity's Tees & Ties Day for Down Syndrome Wexford this Friday.
After six years in Zurich, the International Radio Festival is moving to its new European home in Milan for 2016.
Communicorp has sold its Latvian radio station AS Radio SWH Latvia to Cinamon Holding OÜ, an Estonian-based entertainment company.
UTV Media has confirmed that it is in discussions regarding a potential sale of its television assets.
Belfast's CityBeat has joined the Q radio network and rebranded as Q, and is now sharing a number of programmes with the existing six-strong network of Q stations.
DAB gets the green light for all the national services in Norway
Following in the footsteps of fellow former "Westlife" star Nicky Byrne, who has his own daily RTÉ 2FM mid-morning show, Kian Egan is to host his own weekend show on UK station Heat Radio.
The radio station that broadcast a hoax call to the hospital treating Kate Middleton ahead of the birth of her first child did break the law, according to a ruling by Australia’s High Court.
Legendary American radio presenter Elvis Duran is confirmed as a guest speaker at this year's Radiodays Europe conference in Milan.
Arabic Radio Network has appointed John Hayes as their newest member of their team in the United Arab Emirates.
Twitter is making SoundCloud its first third-party streaming service for app users.
Coverage of radio industry events in England and Holland over on RadioTodayLive.com today.
Former BBC Radio Ulster presenter Gerry Anderson has died at the age of 69 after a long illness.
Citybeat Radio is to offer location-based push-ads to its clients via the new fencing feature in its new app.
Blast 106 has won a High Court battle with UK radio regulator Ofcom to continue broadcasting after it decided not to renew its licence.
Mixcloud and the International Radio Festival are to launch first annual Mixcloud & IRF Online Radio Awards.
Stuart Robinson has been appointed Programme Controller for Downtown Radio and Cool FM.
Radio presenter Casey Kasem, best known for his American Top 40 show, has died at the age of 82.
A two-day international event for imaging producers has been organised for September, taking place in Amsterdam.
Wise Buddah Jingles are the new site-sponsor of the radio industry's only dedicated news site, RadioToday.
It was 50 years ago today that Radio Caroline started test transmissions from a point at sea.
San Francisco's Latino Mix 105.7 has been playing Nelly's It's getting Hot in Herre on a loop ahead of a rebrand to Hot 105.7.
It's great news for the radio industry as BlackBerry rolls out its latest software update for BB10 devices, introducing an FM radio player.
Howard Stern's upcoming public birthday bash in New York will be streamed internationally next week online.
TuneIn has agreed a partnership with Sony to be a featured app on its new Playstation 3 and PS Vita consoles, as it reaches 100,000 stations.