communicorpNew Newstalk Schedule Announced
Wednesday August 05, 2020

As Ivan Yates retires from broadcasting Newstalk has announced his successors in a shake up of the schedule. The Pat Kenny Show remains in the mid-morning slot between nine and midday. Moncrieff keeps is mid-afternoon slot between 2 and 4. Kieran Cuddihy leaves behind the early mornings to take on The Hard Shoulder, while Ciara Kelly moves to Newstalk Breakfast with Shane Coleman. Taking over Lunchtime Live from Ciara Kelly is Andrea Gilligan.

communicorpJNLR Results Published
Thursday August 01, 2019

The BAI have published the JNLR the Radio Listenership results. Local radio remains the most popular form of radio, with a daily reach of 56% of the audience across the nation, it is most popular in the North East with 69% of radio listeners tuning in. RTÉ is in second place with 32% reach across the nation, its largest share was in the North West with 36% of listeners tuning in. Communicorp's National Radio stations reach 22% of the listeners.

communicorpJNRL 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.

communicorpBAI Announced Sound and Vision Funding Round 21
Tuesday September 16, 2014

Sound and Vision funding is in its second iteration and the BAI have given out €5.2 million in funding in round 21. The funding comes from the Television Licence Fee. TV3's new soap, Red Rock, has been awarded €800,000 for 18 percent of its production costs consisting of 104 episodes, while new TV channel UTV Ireland has been given funding for a drama called Pilgrimage and a two part documentary series, hinting at its addition to the Saorview platform.