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From TheJournal.ie Newstalk is the big winner at PPI radio awards Radio

Newstalk is the big winner at PPI radio awards

Newstalk 106-108FM walked away with the full-service station of the year award, as well as the gong for best sports programme and best news bulletins.

From TheJournal.ie Norris's first interview: I will stay on as Senator David Norris

Norris's first interview: I will stay on as Senator

In his first full interview since his withdrawal from the presidential campaign, Senator David Norris told Today FM of his future in the Seanad, of “love of his life” Ezra Nawi, his campaign staff and more…

Radio 1 news shows pick up listeners as others tumble

Radio 1′s current affairs programming performs well in the latest JNLR figures, but Ryan Tubridy loses heavily.

Mary Byrne X-Factor voting complaint dropped by BAI

Complaints over the X-Factor’s controversial sing-off elimination are resolved by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland – but Hook, Tubridy and D’Arcy are all scolded.

From TheJournal.ie Gains for Radio 1 and Today FM in latest radio listenership figures Radio

Gains for Radio 1 and Today FM in latest radio listenership figures

Morning Ireland consolidates its spot as the most listened-to radio show, but there’s bad news from Ryan Tubridy and 2fm.

Alternative census aims to find out what really matters to Irish people

Tea or coffee, bath or shower and have you ever bitten someone? Just some of the questions in the alternative census.

Fundraisers urged to get involved with Shave or Dye campaign

Today FM is calling for people to take part in the 2011 Shave or Dye campaign for cancer research.

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ gains ground in latest radio listenership figures Listenership

RTÉ gains ground in latest radio listenership figures

Morning Ireland remains Ireland’s most popular programme, picking up 23,000 listeners, while Drivetime also makes gains.

From The42 Pardew not any more experienced than Hughton, says Kerr Magpies

Pardew not any more experienced than Hughton, says Kerr

Former Ireland boss can’t see sense in decision to replace Hughton with Pardew. But Matt Holland says give the new man a chance.

From TheJournal.ie Denis O'Brien rumoured to have taken over Phantom Phantom FM

Denis O'Brien rumoured to have taken over Phantom

The BAI gives Communicorp the green light to take over the alt-music station – which has moved in with Today FM and Newstalk.

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