A total of 143,000 listeners have “moved the dial” to Pat Kenny’s show on Newstalk while Seán O’Rourke, who replaced him on RTÉ Radio 1 now has 295,000 listeners, down from an audience of 334,000 recorded a year earlier.

RTÉ Radio 1 is losing listeners across its daytime schedule, the latest snapshot of the radio market shows, while Newstalk continues to make gains and(...)

Energia has renewed its sponsorship of The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk for a second year. The deal has been extended for an undisclosed sum as part of (...)

Ryan Tubridy was  safely ensconced in the BBC Radio 2 studio as Irish  newspapers dissected 2fm’s latest listenership figures

Not for the first time, Ryan Tubridy will have been glad last Friday to have been safely ensconced in the BBC Radio 2 studios. In Ireland, the head(...)

Presenters Nadine O’Regan, Derek Byrne and Dee Reddy at the launch of the TXFM in the Chocolate Factory

TXFM, the niche music station that replaced Phantom FM in March, is attracting “non-Phantom” listeners to the service. The Dublin station recorded an (...)

Ed Sheeran fans queue before an intimate gig for RTE 2fm  in front of an invited audience of listeners at RTE Radio studios. Dan Healy, the controller of 2fm, has said it is a matter of public record that he has been given between 24 and 36 months to turn the station around.   Photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

The controller of 2fm has said it is a matter of public record that he has been given between 24 and 36 months to turn the station around. Dan Healy (...)

The acquisition of Pat Kenny continues to draw listeners to Newstalk with the numbers tuning-in to his programme rising by 17.5 per cent in the second(...)

Some RTÉ presenters led by Marian Finucane have also increased in popularity, but there were losses for Seán O’Rourke, Liveline and the News at One. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Newstalk continued to add listeners in the first few months of 2014, a new snapshot of the Irish radio market shows. The station, owned by Denis O’Bri(...)

Phantom 105.2 FM: Even Arctic Monkeys can’t save the station from swingeing cutbacks. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga

‘It is now safe to turn your radio on!” declares the website of Phantom 105.2 FM with all the enthusiasm of an operation that has just won its (...)

Both 2fm’s Ryan Tubridy (above) and his Today FM rival Ray D’Arcy recorded audience declines. Photograph: Frank Miller

RTÉ Radio presenters Ronan Collins, Claire Byrne and Dave Fanning were among the individual winners in the latest snapshot of Irish radio ratings, but(...)

Ryan Tubridy: in the Top 20 last time

When it comes to the quarterly release of radio ratings, there have been a few dead certs in recent years: RTÉ Radio 1’s Morning Ireland will head the(...)

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