Ireland’s Gaelic Athletic Association has agreed on an exclusive radio deal with the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland going forward.
Executives from Live 95 briefed public representatives at a recent IBI information session for TDs and Senators at Buswells Hotel Dublin.
Further calls for the elimination of the Broadcasting Levy have been made to politicians by the IBI today.
Radio stations in Ireland and other media organisations have launched a public fundraising campaign, ‘Ireland for Ukraine’.
A new joint body to represent radio in Ireland has been created by the IBI and RTÉ.
A major initiative to promote Irish artists and bands will take place across 25 independent radio stations this October.
Radio stations across Ireland joined together for 60 seconds on Friday morning to broadcast a powerful message from Boys+Girls.
Ireland’s independent radio stations will broadcast a special address to the people of Ireland from President Michael D. Higgins today.
Minister Richard Bruton is allocating €2.5 million to independent radio stations for the support of news, current affairs and information…
Gabrielle Cummins shares her thoughts on radio operating during the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland has cautiously welcomed the planned establishment of a Commission on the Future Funding of Irish Public…
IBI member stations got together on Friday afternoon to pay tribute to broadcaster Gay Byrne who died this week.
The Chairman of the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland is urging people to keep their radio turned on to make sure that they have the most up to…
The independent broadcasters of Ireland have welcomed the decision by Cabinet to publish amending broadcasting legislation.
IBI report calls for immediate political action on public service broadcasting on independent radio stations.
Cross Party Support as Plans for New Fund to Support Public Service Broadcasting on Independent Radio Passed in the Dail
The IBI says it has lost patience with the failure of the Government to address issues facing Irish broadcasting.
Radio is the most trusted medium in Ireland, research published by the European Commission today confirms.
Irish Radioplayer is the latest radio company to embrace voice-activated technology by joining Alexa on its launch day.
RTÉ and Independent radio stations across Ireland came together to remember Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan.
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten TD, will officially open Radio Days Ireland 2018.
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland has welcomed the publication by Fianna Fail of draft broadcasting legislation as a major breakthrough.
The IBI has welcomed the approval of the Cabinet to reduce the levy payable by independent radio stations to the BCI.
Ireland's biggest and newest radio conference, Radio Days Ireland, has just kicked off in Dublin, and RadioToday is there to cover the event for…
Speakers at the upcoming Radio Days Ireland event include Communicorp CEO Gervaise Slowey and BAI CEO Michael O’Keeffe, plus bosses from Twitter…
The Radiodays branding is heading back to Dublin in the form of a new two-day radio conference called Radiodays Ireland.
A plaque to celebrate 100 years of radio broadcasting has been unveiled today in Dublin.
It was 100 years ago today that the first radio broadcast took place from Dublin, and stations across the Republic are marking the occasion…
Mr Curran supported claims made by independent broadcasters that they should have access to public funding for programming that provides a…
The first ever Irish-language radio app - An Seinnteoir Raidió - has been released by RTÉ and the IBI.
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland has welcomed a commitment by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny to abolish the levy on broadcasters if the Fine Gael…
The BAI has announced funding for the 3rd round of the Archiving Scheme, including €206K for RTÉ Radio and €12K for the IBI.
The Choose Radio campaign is back for 2015, with the IBI and RTÉ Radio joining forces to demonstrate the Power of Radio.
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland has today called for part of the TV licence money to go to commercial radio stations.
The IBI and rugby podcast Down the Blind Side have joined forces to bring the excitement of the Rugby World Cup to Irish audiences.