Today FM has appointed Keith McCormack, formerly of 98 FM, as its new chief executive.

Today FM has appointed Keith McCormack as its new chief executive. Mr McCormack is currently chief executive of Dublin music station 98FM, which like(...)

Tom McGuire: “We’re enhancing our programme teams now, and training 12 producers at the moment.”

After a post-Kenny wobble, Radio 1 has been performing well in the ratings of late, and the head of the station Tom McGuire attributes this in part to(...)

Graham Norton: advised by his Eurovision predecessor not to drink until song nine. photograph: pa images on behalf of so tv

When Terry Wogan died in January, Graham Norton tweeted in tribute that he would “raise a glass during song nine” – a reference to the sage advice Wog(...)

2fm’s ‘Breakfast Republic’ team -  Jennifer Zamparelli, Bernard O’Shea and Keith Walsh.

Listeners have switched off from Today FM, Newstalk and 2fm, while Radio 1 has added to its recent audience gains, the latest radio ratings show. All(...)

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(...)

Sean O’Rourke: Audience on Radio 1 is now higher than Pat Kenny’s was in his final full year at the station. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

RTÉ Radio 1 kept its recovery going in the final months of 2015, but Today FM and RTÉ’s 2fm both saw their listener tallies slip, latest radio ratings(...)

RTÉ has been forced to withdraw a claim of substantial audience gains for two 2FM radio programmes after complaints from a rival radio station. The St(...)

Marian Finucane’s Saturday show was the brightest star in the RTÉ stable gaining 23,000 listeners over the last three months taking the programme’s total listenership to 396,000, according to the JNLR figures. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

RTÉ Radio 1 and 2FM have plenty of reasons to be cheerful following the publication of the latest radio listenership figures but there will be few (...)

Bright future: Irish people spend more time with radio than any other medium

“JNLR” are four letters that pain the ears of the Irish radio business. The Joint National Listenership Research figures, a massive rolling survey of (...)

Ryan Tubridy was good for the 9-10am slot on RTÉ 1 and it was good for him. Photograph: Frank Miller

It has been a good week for Ryan Tubridy. For years, the broadcaster has been forced to live at least part of his life by the “book” – an insider term(...)

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