Former Wireless/UTV Radio CEO Ronan McManamy has been appointed as CEO of both Clare FM and Tipp FM.
Radio Kerry is no longer buying Clare FM and a controlling percentage of Tipp FM, according to a report.
Radio Kerry is set to take over Clare FM and Tipp FM.
Singer-songwriter Brian Kennedy is joining Clare FM to host a new Life, Love and Happiness show.
It all happened at Shannon Airport on Friday morning, to help launch Clare FM’s Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann’s schedule.
Clare FM's short-serving breakfast show presenter Paul Byrne is heading to Athlone to become Assistant Programme Director of iRadio.
ReelWorld has just helped Clare FM with a new on-air sound featuring an entire orchestra.
Independent radio stations throughout Munster will come together tomorrow to pay tribute to the late Anthony Foley, Head Coach of Munster Rugby.
Clare FM's Christmas Toy Appeal is back for 2015, supporting Chernobyl Children’s International headed up by Adi Roche.
Clare FM has launched a revamped weekday schedule with a number of changes coming into effect from this week.
It's the turn of Clare FM Music Controller and presenter, and self-confessed anorak, John Ryan, to answer a few of our questions.
Limerick DJing legend Mickey Mac has returned to the airwaves this weekend with local station Live 95FM.
The MÓRglór Award 2015 for Outstanding Contribution to Traditional Music in County Clare will be awarded to Eoin O'Neill of Clare FM.
Clare FM has been recognised as Ireland's "Best Local Radio Station" with an award from the National Camogie Association.
Local independent station Clare FM are running a Christmas Toy Appeal to benefit sick children throughout Co. Clare and the Mid-West region.
Three more stations choose London-based Wise Buddah for their jingles.
Clare FM is offering €5,000 to the winner of the annual Clare's Got Talent competition.
The output of Galway Bay FM, Clare FM and Tipp FM is secure for another 10 years after the BAI signed new contracts for their owners.
Ciara Revins has started on breakfast at Clare FM. She has previously been presenting weekends on the station for the last six months.
For the fourth time, Clare FM has won the Glór na nGael award for independent commercial radio it's second award this month.