Radio Kerry’s annual county-wide Christmas Jumper Day fundraiser for St Vincent de Paul has raised €22,621, surpassing the €15,000 target for…
Radio Kerry has launched Celebrate4Life, a fundraising initiative for four Kerry charities: Kerry Hospice Foundation, Comfort for Chemo, Recovery…
Kerry College and Radio Kerry are offering free places on two new media training courses to be held in Tralee.
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.
Radio Kerry has paid tribute to commentator and broadcaster Weeshie Fogarty who has died at the age of 77.
The Kerry Education and Training Board and Radio Kerry have begun recruitment for hands-on media training.
Radio Kerry has hired two new members to the on-air and training teams.
Radio Kerry’s annual Christmas Jumper Day, in aid of St Vincent de Paul Kerry, will take place on Friday, December 15th 2017.
Radio Kerry goes to the Four Corners of Kerry to find a Séisiún Champion!
Radio Kerry Training is offering an eight week full time radio course at the National Digital Skills Centre in Tralee.
It is the third year of the event which to date has raised almost €30,000 to support families in need across the Radio Kerry area.
Independent radio stations throughout Munster will come together tomorrow to pay tribute to the late Anthony Foley, Head Coach of Munster Rugby.
Dan Kearney, a graduate of the Kerry ETB Radio Broadcasting Course run by Radio Kerry Training, has won a prestigious Global Award.
Finding a hotel that will accommodate me and my Spaniels took me on a journey down to the rather beautiful County Kerry.
The National Digital Skills Centre in partnership with Radio Kerry are recruiting for their City and Guilds Diploma in Radio Production which…
Radio Kerry journalist Alison Nulty has left the local station to become UTV Ireland's Southern Correspondent.
The finalists for the annual New York Festival Awards in radio have been announced and once again, RTÉ radio top the list for Ireland.
Radio Kerry is to replace its live radio auction with a new initiative this year which will see the station inviting listeners to wear Christmas…
Radio Kerry Training & the National Digital Skills Centre have launched a new 50 week radio production skills course.
Andrew Morrissey is to returning to Radio Kerry for Breakfast.
Staff, listeners and guests at Radio Kerry will attempt to cycle the entire 180 kilometres of the Ring of Kerry cycle without ever leaving the…
Brendan Fuller has been in touch from Radio Kerry with details of how a special guest interrupted an otherwise normal phone call!
The BAI signed a ten-year contract with Radio Kerry to continue to provide a local, broad-format radio service for County Kerry.
It's not known if it was a serious question or intended as a joke, but a Facebook status by Radio Kerry yesterday has been 'doing the rounds'.
Two graduates from the Kerry ETB Radio Course, run by Radio Kerry Training, have secured permanent jobs within Radio Kerry.
Listeners are set to shape an hour of Radio Kerry's output each week in a new programme series titled Radio Active.
Local sport is set to be recognised by Radio Kerry with the introduction of the Kerry Sports Awards.
Radio Kerry has given away €10,000 to one listener who won the Radio Kerry Rehab Radio Bingo Jackpot.
Colm O’Sullivan is leaving the Spin South West breakfast show Fully Charged, and being replaced by Andrew Morrissey from Radio Kerry.
Radio Kerry has arrived at its Grand Final in the Kerry's Got Talent competition this Sunday.
Radio Kerry has walked away with awards in half of the categories they were nominated in, collecting six awards in total.
Kerry’s Got Talent resumes this Sunday, October 6th at Siamsa Tire, Tralee having been postponed due to the heat wave this summer.
Kerry native and Apprentice judge Brian Purcell has been appointed as the new Breakfast Show Presenter on Radio Kerry.
Out of the 32 awards won by Irish radio stations at the New York Festivals, 16 are for programmes on RTÉ and 16 go to the independent radio…