Shortlisted candidates Jess Majekodunmi and Dee Colgan, IAPI Doyenne Award winner Gemma Teeling (account director, PHD Ireland) and shortlisted candidate Lynne Brennan Shortlisted candidates Jess Majekodunmi and Dee Colgan, award-winner Gemma Teeling (account director PHD Ireland) and shortlisted candidate Lynne Brennan

Gemma Teeling has won this year’s IAPI Doyenne Award. An account director with PHD media, she is the second winner of the annual award which was launc(...)

More than 500 people responded to Today FM’s “Wanted: The new voice of a nation” advertisement, which it ran in newspapers in December shortly after R(...)

Bono: “oops” – how Bono began his apology for the Apple stunt in which U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ album was automatically downloaded to iTunes accounts.   Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

A is for Adnan Syed. Convicted of the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee, the Baltimore man’s case is the subject of this year’s most talked-about investig(...)

In a statement this evening, Today FM said D’Arcy was leaving the station to take up a television and radio presenter role with the national broadcaster where he worked for 13 years

Ray D’Arcy is leaving Today FM to return to RTÉ. In a statement on Sunday, Today FM said D’Arcy was leaving the station to take up a television(...)

Today FM chief executive Peter McPartlin

The Irish radio industry will pilot a people- meter technology system next year to see if it could provide a alternative to the current survey used fo(...)

Veteran broadcaster Gay Byrne presents his show on Lyric FM. Some 43 radio stations will become available on a single Irish Radio Player   app. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

A new “Irish Radio Player” app featuring all 43 stations in the Republic will be unveiled shortly in a bid by the industry to recruit younger listener(...)

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 (...)

Phantom, which launched in 2006, is implementing redundancies among its 16 full-time staff to make the station viable. JNLR listener statistics for 2013 show its share of all adults was just 0.8 per cent. Latest abridged accounts for Dublin Rock Radio Ltd show it had accumulated losses of €4.2 million at the end of 2012.

Dublin alternative rock station Phantom 105.2 is to be rebranded next month as TXFM in a bid to turn around the station’s flagging fortu(...)

Marian Finucane, whose weekend current affairs shows recorded large falls in its audience in previous surveys, added 37,000 listeners to her Sunday show in the July 2012-June 2013 period.

RTÉ Radio has recovered some of the listeners it lost over the past year, with key presenters arresting their audience declines and flagship shows (...)

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