2fmLove Island Straya Replace Eoghan McDermott
Monday September 20, 2021

Eoghan McDermott has been replaced by Stephen Mullan as narrator on the popular reality TV show. This comes following his departure from RTÉ 2fm and as host of Junior Eurovision. Sophie Monk returns as host with comedian Stephen Mullan taking over from Eoghan McDermott. Love Island Australia is an ITV production for Channel 9, it will air later in the year in Ireland on Virgin Media TWO.

2fmTG4: Louise Cantillon new Junior Eurovision Presenter
Tuesday August 24, 2021

Louise Cantillon is the new face of Junior Eurovision in Ireland. The series was hosted by former RTÉ 2FM DJ Eoghan McDermott from 2015 until 2019. This marks the return of Ireland to the competition following a decision to withdraw in 2020 due to COVID restrictions. Adare Productions continue as producer of the show. Ireland has been represented at the competition since 2015, when Aimee Banks represented Ireland with Réalta na Mara, Ireland\'s last entry was in 2019 with Anna Kearney\'s Banshee. The Irish leg of the contest was film in May.

2fmEoghan McDermott Replacements Announced
Monday May 24, 2021

RTÉ has announced its replacements for Eoghan McDermott on 2FM\'s breakfast show. Donncha O’Callaghan and Carl Mullan will join Doireann Garrihy on what RTÉ describes as a \

2fmEoghan McDermott will not Return to 2FM
Monday March 08, 2021

RTÉ have confirmed that radio DJ Eoghan McDermott will not be returning to RTÉ. Eoghan McDermott left the broadcaster unexpectedly a number of weeks ago. The statement does not go into detail as to why RTÉ have made this decision, only to say that it is \

2fmRTɠ2FM News Plan Lacks Focus
Wednesday December 20, 2017

RTɜ's decision to drop its late night news bulletins from 2FM claims to refocus its news strategy but fails to point listeners to RTɠNews online. RTɠstopped its nightly news broadcasts on 2fm on Monday (December 18th, 2017). According to an RTɠspokesperson the aim of the strategy is forward thinking saying \\\\

2fmJNRL Results Announced
Thursday July 27, 2017

The Joint National Radio Listnership(JNRL) has issued it latest results. The survey is carried out by JNRL and Ipsos MRBI for the Radio industry and its regulator the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. The latest figures show RTÉ Radio with 34% of the Radio Market, national Communicorp Radio stations with 20% of the market and local radio taking up 57% of the total market. Dublin's most popular radio station is RTÉ Radio 1, Cork's most popular is Radio Ireland's C103/96, Beat FM is the most popular station in the South East with 25%, Spin South West and RTÉ Radio 1 are equal in popularity with 22% in the South West of the Country, iRadio takes the top place in the North West with 23%, while RTÉ One take the top spot in the Midlands and in Multicity regions with 19% and 25% of those markets, respectively.