The IRFU will operate a temporary licence today with in-depth coverage of the rugby match at Lansdowne Road. The station will appear on 95.6MHz.
Power Hits 107FM are off air for technical reasons only, a station spokesman told Radiowaves News tonight. The Drogheda station received a visit from the ODTR last Wednesday, but say they will be back on air in two weeks with a newly installed processor and automated radio software.
I.C.E. FM are off the air today, which is rather ironic considering the wintry conditions at the moment.
Ice FM is back on 100FM this morning. They have dropped the Radio Dublin reference in their name, in part due to a critical article in today’s Sunday World.
Listen to I.C.E. FM’s on-air response which was broadcast on 100.0MHz at 2pm today by clicking here.
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