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About Cork's Red FM 104-106

Listen to the online radio of Cork’s Red FM live, which launced in 2002 in its Bishoptown studios. The broadcaster operates as a local commercial radio station with analogue availability in and around County Cork. The station is in the ownership of Siteridge Ltd.
Red FM Cork is the most youthful among the County’s name carrier radios, of course this is no coincidence, because Red FM’s primary target age group is the 15-34 segment, and in this age group, the most listened to radio station its home county, and also overcomes the heavyweight national radio broadcasters of Ireland.
For building and preserving this outstanding popularity, the broadcaster composes its programme structure in the most dynamic and exciting way. In the radio's mixture, the first and utmost component is the music which is built from the best hottest-crispiest and some older pop-hits. The middle ingredient is the speech in lively mooded talk-shows, easy-funny chit-chats without serious conclusions - but keeping the atmosphere to continue the music playlist. The last additive is in the mixture just because its mandatory for legally operating radios, the hourly arriving news, sports, travel and weather reports are aired at the lowest possible level. As a bonus spice, traditional Irish music is broadcasted on Sunday from 7pm to 10pm in “Green on Red with Conor Halpin”.
The broadcaster energizes the weekday mornings with “Breakfast on Cork's RedFM” led by Ray Foley, Ciara Revins and Ruairi O'Hagan from 6am to 9am. The radio's schedule brings breakfast shows on the weekend too, so on Saturday from 7am to 10am “Saturday Morning with Ciara Revins” sets the dynamics of the weekend, on Sunday from 6am to 8am “Sunday Breakfast” with various presenters attempts to wake up the listeners.

Cork's Red FM 104-106 's slogan: “Cork’s Number 1 for Hit Music”

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Postal address: Unit 1B, University Technology Centre, Curraheen Road, Bishoptown, Cork, T12 PN70, Ireland

Phone: Studio: 1850 104 106 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
Reception: 021 4865500 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
E-mail: info[kukac], studio[kukac]


Cork's Red FM 104-106 frequencies

Bantry - 105.4 FMCobin - 104.2 FMCork City - 106.1 FMFermoy - 105.4 FMKinsale - 105.2 FMMitchelstown - 105.4 FMMonkstown - 104.2 FMNorth County Cork - 105.7 FMSouth East County Cork - 106.1 FMWest County Cork - 104.5 FMYoughal - 105.1 FM
The broadcast is available on the traditional analogue way in Co Cork, and also via the internet, we recommend the online radio stream.
Cork's Red FM 104-106 Frequency map
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News about Cork's Red FM 104-106

Radio presenter Kilian Pettit to leave Cork’s RedFM
Kilian Pettit is set to leave Cork’s RedFM after six years with the station. In that time he was promoted to the role of music director in March 2020, and nominated for a number of awards. Kilian tells RadioToday: “Being on air is a thrill but also a great responsibility, especially during these last eighteen months. “Radio is a lifeline for so many, and I’m very proud to have been a friendly voice on the airwaves throughout these turbulent times.”...More >> - 28.08.2021
All 32 applications for BAI scheme granted cash
The BAI has given a total of €2.5m to 32 independent commercial radio stations across the country to share awareness and understanding of COVID-19. The special funding initiative was operated by the BAI under the BAI’s Sound & Vision 4 Scheme, following a request from the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, TD. Funding recommendations range from €40,000 to €95,000. Successful projects include: ...More >> - 03.06.2020
iRadio, Beat and Red FM unite for streamed concert
iRadio, Beat 102-103 and Cork’s Red FM are coming together to present a special streamed concert called Heroes Aid Live to raise funds for frontline workers while also offering company and entertainment to many listeners. The stations recently approached Heroes-Aid about the concert and the charity was delighted with this additional cross station radio support. The event will take place over the May Bank Holiday weekend – from 7pm to 9pm on Sunday May 3rd, audiences will enjoy a music set from a host of contemporary artists including Gavin James, Keywest, John Gibbons, True Tides, Stephanie Rainey, The 2 Johnnies and Moncrieff...More >> - 24.04.2020
JNLR: 81% of the population listen to radio every day
The latest radio listening figures show 81% of the population are tuning in every day, which translates into weekday figures of 3.2 million listeners. More than half tune into their local or regional station and 43% listen to a national station. Among the younger, 15 to 34-year market, 71% listen daily. Gabrielle Cummins, Chairperson of the Choose Radio group says access to radio on smart devices is helping radio stay at the top of its game: “The growth in streaming services has revitalised radio advertising and reiterated its relevance to the listener. Access to radio is now...More >> - 06.02.2020

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Cork's Red FM 104-106's schedule16

00:00 - Friday Night Hits
01:00 - RedAM
07:00 - Saturday Mornings with Ciara Revins
10:00 - 10-2 with Colm O’Sullivan
14:00 - Live From The Pod
18:00 - The Big Red Bench
19:00 - Stevie G’s Block Party
22:00 - Saturday Night Hits