Posters promoting TXFM on its launch in 2014. The alternative music station was previously known as Phantom and began life as a pirate broadcaster

TXFM, the Dublin alternative music station previously known as Phantom 105.2, is set to close down. The consortium behind the loss-making station deci(...)

Dublin music radio station TXFM is to close down and lay off six staff, it confirmed in a statement on Wednesday evening. The station, formerly know(...)

Harry Crosbie in happier times before the opening of the O2 arena in 2010. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

On August 3rd, 2012, McCann FitzGerald, solicitors for Nama, wrote a five-page letter to William Fry, solicitors for well-known Dublin businessman Har(...)

Phantom’s JNLR listener statistics for 2013 show its share of all adults was just 0.8 per cent. Among 15-34 year olds, it had a “listened yesterday” share of 3 per cent.

Dublin alternative rock station Phantom 105.2, whose backers include businessmen Denis Desmond and Denis O’Brien, plans to red(...)