“I always think there’s a slight problem if you throw a stone into a pool and nothing happens,” said Bob Collins, chairman of the Broadcasting Auth(...)

Moya Doherty (left) with Women on Air chairwoman Caroline Erskine, broadcasters Áine Lawlor and Ursula Halligan and Women on Air founder Margaret E Ward (right), in the grounds of RTÉ. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Women on Air, the campaign group for better gender representation in broadcast media founded by journalist and Clear Ink chief executive Margar(...)

Clare Duignan: "People use their radio like a clock through the day."

The next managing director of RTÉ Radio is likely to have a tricky time putting his or her stamp on its schedules – the medium’s loyal audience(...)

Clare Duignan said she planned to spend more time in her roles in the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival and Business to Arts after her contract as managing director of RTÉ Radio ends. Photograph: Frank Miller

Clare Duignan, managing director of RTÉ Radio, has not sought a renewal of her contract and will leave the broadcaster at the end of June. Jim (...)

Clare Duignan, managing director of RTÉ Radio who has announced she is stepping down from the role in June.

RTÉ’s head of radio Clare Duignan is to step down from her post after four years in charge. Ms Duignan is one of RTÉ’s longest serving e(...)

Over the past 12 months, Marian Finucane has shed 73,000 listeners on a Sunday, while her Saturday audience has fallen by 27,000 listeners. Photograph: Eric Luke

RTÉ’s weekend radio audiences continue to fall, with listeners deserting Marian Finucane, the latest Joint National Listenership Research surve(...)