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About Newstalk

Listen to the online radio of Newstalk live, which was launched in 2002 in its Dublin studios as an independent radio, originally named as Newstalk 106, broadcasting only locally in Dublin. In 2006 the station changed its name to its today form because it had successfully extended its frequencies and had become national. The broadcaster is in the ownership of Bauer Media Audio Ireland.
The radio is the number one speech-based commercial radio in Ireland. Music is a rare phenomenon, song-parts turn-up only occasionally, but all of the freed broadcast time is filled with a lot of talk in the most diverse topics. Naturally the most highligted and recurring subject is the news - Ireland news, World news - and the related politics, but also the sports news and business news are the parts of the flow, as well as the regular weather reports.
Through the colourful talk programmes of the day, every imaginable topic is brought under the scope, so discussions about lifestyle, culture, history, religion, science, books, psychology, philosophy widen the intellectual spectrum of the broadcaster's insightful attitude, and also the listeners can have their say in the radio, because phone-in talks are also parts of the programmes.
On weekdays the radio starts the information supply with 3 morning programmes between 6am and 9am. "Breakfast Briefing" is the first glance on the top news stories from 6am to 6:30am, then "Breakfast Business" from 6:30am to 7am led by the station's Business Editor Joe Lynam, afterwards the "Newstalk Breakfast" from 7am to 9am presented by Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly.
Multi-award-winning programme "The Moncrieff Show" is in the schedule, and arrives on weekdays from 14pm to 16pm, under the command of Seán Moncrieff, who won the "Sexiest Radio Voice" award of 3G Mobile Christmas Annual Awards in 2008, and his programme won twelve PPI/IMRO radio awards, and two gongs at the New York Radio Awards.

Newstalk slogan: “It’s Not Just News You Know”

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Postal address: Marconi House, Digges Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland

Phone: Studio: 1890 453106 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
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Newstalk frequencies

Achill - 106.8 FMAthlone - 107.2 FMCairn Hill - 106.9 FMCapard - 105.8 FMCastlebar - 107.2 FMClermont Carn - 107.9 FMClifden - 107.0 FMClonmel - 106.0 FMDrogheda - 107.6 FMDungarvan - 107.6 FMFanad - 107.6 FMFarmers Cross - 107.8 FMFermoy - 107.4 FMForth Mountain - 107.8 FMGorey - 107.8 FMHolywell Hill - 106.9 FMKilduff - 107.8 FMKilkeveragh - 107.8 FMKnockmoyle - 107.2 FMMaghera - 107.6 FMMohercrome - 107.4 FMMonaghan - 103.3 FMMt. Leinster - 107.2 FMMullaghanish - 107.4 FMNagles - 106.4 FMSaggart - 107.6 FMThree Rock - 106.0 FMTruskmore - 107.4 FMWaterford - 107.4 FMWestport - 107.8 FMWicklow - 107.0 FMWoodcock Hill - 107.0 FM
The broadcast is available on the traditional analogue way and the digital solutions are also optionable. We recommend the online radio stream.
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News about Newstalk

Nominees announced for the 2023 New York radio awards
RTÉ, Newstalk, Clare FM, and a number of independent production houses are shortlisted in the New York Festivals radio awards for 2023. There are 15 nominations altogether in Ireland, across categories such as documentaries, podcasts and entertainment...More >> - 23.03.2023
Bauer’s acquisition of Cork’s Red FM is now complete
Cork’s Red FM is now officially part of the Bauer family joining Today FM, Newstalk, 98 FM, SPIN 1038 and SPIN Southwest. Bauer Media Audio says Red FM will be able to leverage enhanced digital expertise to take advantage of new opportunities to grow and develop...More >> - 01.03.2023
Aviva Insurance Ireland to sponsor The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk
Aviva Insurance Ireland has partnered with Newstalk to become the sponsor of its mid-morning current affairs programme The Pat Kenny Show. The twelve-month deal was brokered by Core and Media Central and will see Aviva get a combination of show promos broadcast across the week, in-programme sponsor stings...More >> - 03.11.2022
Newstalk appoints BBC Radio’s Joe Lynam as Business Editor
BBC Radio 4 presenter Joe Lynam is joining Newstalk as Business Editor. The Irish native was the BBC’s senior Business Correspondent for a decade. He currently presents the current affairs show ‘The Newsroom’ on BBC Radio 4 and the World Service while also presenting four Podcasts: Global News Podcast, Connected Investor, London Calling EU and EUNICast...More >> - 12.01.2022
RTÉ takes home two Golds at the New York Festivals
RTÉ has been honoured with two gold trophies, seven silver, four bronze awards, and 11 finalist certificates at the New York Festivals. Only four of the 40 awards taken by Irish stations went to independents – with Newstalk winning three for Social Issues (Letter from Midwinter), Human Rights (Do Not Disturb) and History (Angels of Mercy), and Today FM for the Lennon 40 Years On documentary...More >> - 13.10.2021
The big winners list for the IMRO Radio Awards 2021
Bauer’s radio stations in Ireland have won a total of 41 awards including 13 Gold across Newstalk, Today FM, 98FM and SPIN. The IMRO awards included Music Station of the Year for SPIN 1038, Current Affairs Programme for The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk and Entertainment Inserts for Gift Grub on Today FM’s Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show...More >> - 04.10.2021
Newstalk to broadcast Lions Test Series with OTB
Bauer’s Newstalk will broadcast the Lions Test Series in full this year for the first time thanks to a deal with OTB Sports. OTB Sports has secured the rights for the broadcast and will put O’Driscoll and Quinlan at the heart of it. Live coverage for the Lions eight-match Tour will be delivered to the home of the Springboks, as well as the Lions’ pre-Tour clash against Japan at Murrayfield this Saturday...More >> - 22.06.2021
A boost for Newstalk in the latest JNLR results
Newstalk is celebrating moving into second place as the nation’s second most listened to radio station in the latest JNLR results. At RTÉ, Morning Ireland, Liveline and Sunday with Miriam have also shown big increases during the pandemic for Radio 1, however, RTÉ 2fm has suffered a loss in weekday listeners including a little at Breakfast year on year. Morning Ireland is the most-listened-to radio programme in the country, increasing listenership by 62,000 (YoY) with 491,000 tuning in each morning. The figures, released today, covers the 12-month period from October 2019 to September 2020 but are missing a quarter of the required data than usual...More >> - 05.11.2020
Claire Byrne to host Today on RTÉ Radio 1
Claire Byrne is the new presenter of RTÉ Radio 1’s mid-morning ‘Today’ programme, starting next Monday at 10am. Sarah McInerney, current host of the slot, will remain with RTÉ but details of where she will appear in the schedule are yet to be released. “I am truly delighted, honoured and humbled to be taking on this new role at RTÉ Radio 1,” Claire commented today. The television presenter, known for Claire Byrne Live, has previously worked at BBC Radio, East Coast Radio, Channel 103 in Jersey and Newstalk...More >> - 19.08.2020

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