RTÉ has confirmed Ryan Tubridy is off work at the moment due to having tested positive for coronavirus COVID-19.
Changes are happening at 98FM as Luke O’Faolain, one half of the Cooper and Luke breakfast show, confirms he has left the station.
East Coast FM has appointed Jason Collins to a weekend show on a permanent basis.
In a crowdsourced Tinder experiment, Beat Drive presenter Darren Rice has handed over the fate of his love life to his listeners.
Radio and television journalist and broadcaster Keelin Shanley has died at the age of 51.
Former Radio Nova, 4FM, and Live 95FM CEO David Tighe has been appointed Managing Director, Bauer Radio Northern Ireland.
Niall Power, Head of Station Sound at Beat 102-103, is heading to Lisbon to talk about radio at Radiodays Europe.
Long-serving and much loved RTÉ radio broadcaster Larry Gogan has died.
This Friday 10 January, broadcaster, composer and musician Peadar Ó Riada will broadcast the one-thousandth episode of his traditional music programme Cuireadh chun Ceoil on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.
Long-serving RTÉ Radio 1 presenter Marian Finucane has passed away suddenly today at home.
Communicorp presenter/producer Jessica Maciel is one of 35 people to be selected to host a radio show on BBC Radio 1 in the UK over the festive period.
Phil Cawley has joined the weekend presenter lineup at Radio Nova.
IBI member stations got together on Friday afternoon to pay tribute to broadcaster Gay Byrne who died this week.
Listeners and colleagues across the radio industry are paying tribute to RTÉ broadcaster Gay Byrne who has died at the age of 85.
Changes to the Classic Hits weekend schedule are coming at the end of October as Owen Larkin departs.
Beat 102-103 CEO Gabrielle Cummins has been awarded this year's Outstanding Achievement Award at the IMRO Radio Awards in Kilkenny for her work on the Choose Radio project.
Frank and Honest is the new sponsor of former breakfast co-host Jennifer Zamparelli's new daily morning show on RTÉ 2FM.
RTÉ Radio 1’s Ronan Collins, Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff, Paul Byrne Chief Executive Radio Kerry, and Seamus McKee from BBC Radio Ulster have been announced as the 2019 IMRO Hall of Fame recipients.
98FM has announced that Brian Maher is the new presenter of the station’s drive time show replacing Dara Quilty.
PJ from PJ and Jim in the Morning on Classic Hits has to wear a Kerry jersey on Hill 16 during the All Ireland final after losing a challenge.
Former Tipp FM breakfast host Brian Moss is to present a new night time show on Midlands 103.
Dean Egan has been appointed News and Sports Editor for Beat 102 103.
Tramore-native Debbie Ridgard is joining Beat to present the Top 7 at 7, and The Takeover, each Monday to Thursday evening from 7pm.
Former Radio Nova and Galway Bay FM presenter Neil Molloy is joining Midlands 103.
Food delivery app Just Eat has signed up to be the sponsor of Jenny Greene's weekday show on RTÉ 2FM.
The new sound to 2FM started on Thursday with Doireann and Eoghan on Breakfast from 6-9am.
Ray D’Arcy is taking his RTÉ Radio 1 show on the road this June with a new campaign, ‘Run with Ray’.
Meghann Scully is set to join the team at Classic Hits to present the specialist show Guaranteed Irish.
Paul Collins has thanked his colleagues at Today FM as he gets set to leave the station after 22 years.
Liveline's Funny Friday will come from the Titanic Hotel, Belfast this Friday 29th March 2019.