International DJ and producer John Gibbons entertained the crowds at this year's Beat on the Street.
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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.
“I was 23 when I was diagnosed with an STI” says presenter Michelle Heffernan, in Beat 102 103’s latest documentary Open Your Eyes to STIs.
Beat 102-103 has got together with Kilcohan Park Greyhound Stadium to run a new promotion called Beat’s Big Woof.
The Fairytale Festival is set to return to the South East this summer with Beat 102-103 & Kilkenny County Council.
Two listeners are heading to the United Arab Emirates this summer after winning a holiday with Beat’s What Would You Do for Dubai? competition.
Fifteen graduates are setting their sights on a career in radio following the completion of this year’s Beat & WLR FM Broadcast Course.
Business figures from the South East were treated to a free ‘Redefining Radio’ creative advertising masterclass by Beat 102-103 and Learning…
The #YourNewDailyBeat competition on Beat 102 103, which has been running for the last two weeks, has come to a conclusion with a grand being…
Beat 102-103 has a new presenter line-up, including the return of Emma Nolan from iRadio, and a new jingle package from ReelWorld.
Beat 102-103 is ramping up its support of Irish Music by partnering with the Irish Songwriter's Association for #PLAYIRISH.
Beat 102 103 has won the prestigious IMRO Independent Radio Award, in recognition of its continued commitment to supporting Irish music creators.
Irish Times has agreed to a deal to buy the owner of the Irish Examiner, which has stakes in WLR, Beat 102 103 and Cork's Red FM.
If you haven't seen the studios at Beat 102 103, now is your chance with this behind the scenes video!
Beat 102-103 has announced two new additions to the station’s presenter line-up - David Hammond and Paula Phelan.
Beat presenters have been getting in the mood for the upcoming Fairytale Festival by challenging each other to competitions on-air.
The Coffin lock-In by Beat 102 103 has been won after a woman from Kilkenny guessed the closest time to one hour whilst locked in the special…
Beat has taken over a retail unit in City Square Shopping Centre, Waterford and re-branded the space to create a pop-up “Beat & Sons funeral…
The Big Reveal of the total amount of monies raised for their chosen charities was announced at a special live Beat 102-103 Outside Broadcast…
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.
Niall and Vinny were surprised by comedian Jason Byrne on stage who told them they have a trip to Edinburgh from their bosses.
Beat 102-103 has launched a fresh Station Sound with new imaging voices and a jingle package from ReelWorld.
Beat 102-103 is the FIRST Irish radio station to sign up to a United Nations global radio Initiative.
Beat 102-103 has announced the latest addition to the station's full-time presenter line-up as Waterford native Emma Nolan has taken over…
Lena Murphy has been appointed as Financial Director at Beat 102-103 & WLR FM.
Clare FM & FRQ.fm's Sean O'Riada takes a look at youth radio in Ireland - and he reckons the future is very bright.
If you've ever wondered what happened inside Waterford-based Beat 102 103, then wonder no more!
Beat 102-103 kicked off their latest major station promotion "The Driver" yesterday morning, which will seem them give away thousands in cash to…
Sister stations Waterford's WLRFM and regional youth station Beat 102-103 have joined forces with Waterford Institute of Technology to create a …
Ray C, who departed BEAT 102 103 in December, has joined WLR FM to present a new 7-10pm evening slot called ‘The Shift’.
Landmark Media Investments, the company behind the several newspapers, as well as part owner of a number of local Irish radio stations, has…
Lena Murphy's proposal by Private Kevin Phelan has attracted the attention of the national media.
Managing Director Des Whelan remembers the people, the places and the awards of WLRFM over 25 years.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has signed ten-year contracts for three local and one regional youth radio service.