The voice of Manchester United joined Today FM after three decades commentating on the football club for Piccadilly Radio in England.
Today FM lunchtime duo Dermot & Dave are to host a brand new mid-morning show on the national station, replacing Anton Savage.
RTÉ Radio 1 has successfully secured full and exclusive live radio rights for all GAA games for the next five years.
The station has also released a statement, saying it has decided not to renew Anton's contract.
Independent radio stations throughout Munster will come together tomorrow to pay tribute to the late Anthony Foley, Head Coach of Munster Rugby.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has received fast track applications from Today FM and Spin South West.
Today FM's Dare to Care fundraiser has turned its attention to presenter Matt Cooper, who has been dared to write and perform a tune.
A cheque worth €113,056.18 has been accepted by Mark Mellett of The Irish Cancer Society from Today FM following the success of its charity album…
Today FM has retained the rights to broadcast live and exclusive radio commentaries of Premier League football games in the Republic of Ireland…
Declan Meehan is leaving the station after 20 years and Jim O’Neill also also hosts his last On The Road show.
Today FM recently played host to a special night in Cork’s Opera House, in honour of the Republic of Ireland Euro 2016 squad.
Today FM has appointed Keith McCormack as Chief Executive Officer, replacing Peter McPartlin.
Changes at Today FM will see evening host Fergal D'acry moved to afternoons whilst Louise Duffy heads to evenings.
Today FM, Spin South West and Limerick's Live 95FM are getting the Fast Track procedure from the BAI after just one expression of interest was…
Today FM has been officially named as the official radio partner of this year’s VHI Women’s Mini Marathon held on Monday 6 June.
The contract renewals for Today FM, Spin South West and Limerick's Live 95FM are likely to go ahead with the existing operators.
Today FM presenter Dave Moore is joining 105.2 TXFM for the month of March, to present a weekly show “Metal March with Dave Moore”.
The BAI is inviting expressions of interest for the contracts held by Today FM, Spin South West and Limerick Live.
Wednesday will be a day of trading places as all the presenters on the weekday schedule swap shows for one day only.
Today FM Chief Executive and TXFM CEO Peter McPartlin is to leave the station after four years at the helm.
At 1pm on Friday, 100 musicians will gather in Today FM studios to stage a live performance of U2’s ‘One’, to officially mark the launch of the…
Today FM is to release Whole Lotta Live - a 30-track album compilation of live sessions recorded at the station over the years.
Station managers and broadcasters know that in an age of continuous distraction, content overload and an endless stream of music on tap, one of…
National station Today FM are giving away a luxury weekend for two in the Radisson Blu Hotel Galway.
The 2015 PPI Radio Awards winners were announced tonight - the full list is here!
Dave Moore - of Today FM's afternoon show "Dermot & Dave" - was the victim of a prank for RTÉ's hidden camera show "The Fear".
Women's magazine Stellar have announced the Shine Awards 2015 shortlist, and RTÉ 2fm's ladies lead the way in the Radio Presenter category.
Luke O'Faolain is to present an all new drive-time show on iRadio, replacing Fergal D'arcy.
Tribute show "Now that's what I call Johnny" will be aired on 98FM this Sunday morning in memory of the late Johnny Lyons.
Fergal D’Arcy, host of iRadio’s afternoon show I Go Home is joining Today FM to present the evening show.
Today FM's Phil Cawley is live from the Crescent Shopping Centre Limerick this weekend, in conjunction with the World Club Se7ens Rugby…
The JNLR results are in and this is the place to get the unbiased, unvarnished facts for the Q2 2015 book!
During the month of June Today FM will be giving away €10K a day in their "You do the Maps" competition!
WLR FM management have confirmed that Teresanne O’Reilly will join WLR FM from Today FM in June.
The finalists for the annual New York Festival Awards in radio have been announced and once again, RTÉ radio top the list for Ireland.