Presenter Dusty Rhodes has left Classic Hits radio station after three years on the schedule.
Ireland’s Classic Hits has announced a swap in breakfast line-ups with sister station Radio Nova.
Former 2FM presenter Barry Lang is returning to radio with a weekend show on Classic Hits.
Choice Broadcasting Limited, trading as Classic Hits, and Classic Rock Broadcasting Limited, trading as Radio Nova, have both had their Contracts…
Classic Hit competition - the Classic Hits Bit - has been won after 10 months with one listener winning €4,400.
Classic Hits is launching a new show called A Different Ball Game presented by Shane Dowling and Louise Cantillon.
Classic Hits has continued its deal with Mitsubishi Motors Ireland to sponsor four of its promotional cars.
Classic Hits has declared Summer officially begins this weekend and is asking listeners to vote for their favourite classic holiday hits.
Breakfast is moving later in the day for PJ & Jim on Classic Hits as they move their show to an 8am start.
Changes to the Classic Hits weekend schedule are coming at the end of October as Owen Larkin departs.
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.
Classic Hits has just completed its annual Wish Week appeal for Make A Wish Ireland, with listeners donating almost €60,000.
Meghann Scully is set to join the team at Classic Hits to present the specialist show Guaranteed Irish.
The Contract Awards Committee of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has confirmed there are no competitive bids for the licence currently used…
PJ Gallagher and Jim McCabe have a new sponsor on Classic Hits in the form of Flexi-Fi.
Schedule changes at Classic Hits include a new Saturday show for PJ & Jim, plus the return of Dusty Rhodes.
Classic Hits has a new audio imaging sound on-air as it leaves behind the 4FM branding.
Classic Hits 4FM is no longer using the ID '4FM' on its branding and a new jingle package will be launched soon.
Classic Hits' generous listeners have donated €50,000 to make the wishes of Ireland's sick children come true.
The breakfast show on Classic Hits 4FM will be presented by comedian PJ Gallagher, along with former 2fm early riser Damien Farrelly.