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Former 2FM presenter Phil Cawley joins Radio Nova

Phil Cawley has joined the weekend presenter lineup at Radio Nova. Phil has been a main presenter on Today FM since its launch in 1997, having previously been with 2fm and various local stations including Wicklow’s Easy 103. He will present Saturday afternoons on the station. Cawley said: “I love being on Nova! It’s like hanging out in my best friends house playing our favorite tracks! Without the Beer!!!” ...

Publication date: 01.12.2019

Radio Nova wants to take over RTÉ’s national DAB frequencies

Following the news that RTÉ is to close at least five DAB digital radio stations, Radio Nova has told RadioToday it will happily take over the frequencies. The public broadcaster has not announced any timescales, or if the national multiplex it runs will be closed as well. Radio Nova’s Kevin Branigan says: “We have made no secret in recent years of our desire to bring Radio Nova national. We’ve made weighty submissions, backed up by strong independent research, to the BAI that shows we can bring more choice and diversity to listeners outside the Dublin commuter belt area and create new jobs in the radio industry...

Publication date: 07.11.2019

Colm & Lucy to broadcast the Breakfast Show from Japan

Colm Hayes & Lucy Kennedy are going to the Tokyo Stadium to support Ireland taking on New Zealand this weekend. They will be broadcasting live from Japan this Friday, Saturday and Monday to cover the game and bring the atmosphere back to listeners at home. Brent Pope and Pat Courtenay are also going big on the event with the weekly Rugby Live @ 5 show, which airs every Thursday from 5-7pm. Nova’s Kevin Branigan said: “We’re gone all out to bring our listeners coverage of the Rugby World Cup this year. We love...

Publication date: 16.10.2019