Beat's Gabrielle Cummins is marking International Women's Day with a special article for RadioToday featuring ten women from the world of media and radio in Ireland.
In our latest opinion piece, Martin Block, Media Consultant, writes about how younger people are listening to the radio less than 10 years ago.
Freelance TV and radio producer/director/presenter Pat O'Mahony has caught up with Broadcasting Authority of Ireland CEO Michael O'Keeffe in his latest podcast.
Interview: Dave Miller caught up with radio's Steve Marshall to ask all about radio yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Our Q&As continue with Radio Nova's Boss Kevin Branigan, talking about Chris Cary, Nova going national, the lack of enthusiasm for DAB and who he admires most in the radio industry.
Interview by Dave Miller with Mike Ryan on plans to launch a national country music radio station.
If you are entering the New York Awards this year, here's a look behind the scenes with VP & Executive Director Rose Anderson.
Dave Miller caught up with Simon Maher for RadioToday to have a chat about the BAI, Phantom FM and the future of 8Radio.
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to reform (or pause and reflect).
In a similar way to how users can currently go live with video, Facebook will allow four-hour blocks of live audio to be streamed via its platform.
The Imaging Days is the only global conference for Radio and Audio Imaging Producers held at Haarlem near Amsterdam in The Nederlands in October every year.
Dave Miller interviews Martin Block, who took radio from the super pirate era into legality.
I get interesting reactions whenever I'm asked what I do for a living. I say I do lots of things - but most of my time is taken up coaching radio presenters.
Garvan Rigby Co-Founder Christmas FM, programme director and breakfast presenter talks to Dave Miller on radio and running the festive station.
Paul Kavanagh took Emap Radio to another level and whilst his life is now based in Monaco at Riviera Radio "The Media Fixer". Will Paul come back and recreate the buzz of Sunshine 101 or Atlantic 252 in Ireland anytime soon?
If ever the time was right for the Irish radio industry to recognise the achievements of the dominant super pirate husband and wife teams like Nova and Sunshine then it is now!
Robbie Robinson aka Robbie Dale is a radio maverick and intelligent businessman, he put his money where his mouth is and he respectfully followed his dreams.
Dave Cronin is a familiar household name at Beat 102-103 so I decided to chat to him and find out a little more about the radio station.
Something for the weekend? Interview with Dan Mc Dermott on Christmas FM and 8Radio.com.
Any student who actively gets involved with their college station knows how much spending time in the studio can take you over...
Interview. Instantly I could see that Lisa was a true perfectionist, incredibly organised and managing a team of people who were demotivated.
In the maverick era of the super pirates many aspiring radio presenters wanted to be Mark Byrne on Sunshine 101.
Finding a hotel that will accommodate me and my Spaniels took me on a journey down to the rather beautiful County Kerry.
RadioToday introduces a new series of interviews by Dave Miller with Irish radio talent, kicking off with Radio Nova's John Clarke.
Station managers and broadcasters know that in an age of continuous distraction, content overload and an endless stream of music on tap, one of the biggest challenges facing radio is keeping it relevant to younger audiences and maintaining…
RTÉ 2FM's Louise McSharry has been interviewed by Andrew Mangan in Castaway Media's 738am Podcast.
It's the turn of Clare FM Music Controller and presenter, and self-confessed anorak, John Ryan, to answer a few of our questions.
Adrian Kennedy has criticised his former employer FM104 and their late night phone show presenter Chris Barry in a podcast interview.
Clare FM & FRQ.fm's Sean O'Riada takes a look at youth radio in Ireland - and he reckons the future is very bright.
RTÉ 2fm's weekday afternoon host answers RadioToday's questions