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# q102 - Thursday 1 August, 2019

Dublin's Q102 radio to fight for its broadcast licence as another company expresses interest in taking over

The station’s broadcast licence is up for renewal with the BAI next year.

# q102 - Tuesday 30 August, 2016

From The Daily Edge 11 feelings Dubliners have about The Love Zone on Q102 The Greatest Love Of All

11 feelings Dubliners have about The Love Zone on Q102

The sound of the city.

# q102 - Sunday 26 October, 2014

# q102 - Thursday 23 October, 2014

UTV jobs in the balance as Newstalk takes over radio news service

Up to eight staff based at the media company’s radio news hub say they’ve been given no indication what will happen to their roles.

# q102 - Sunday 1 December, 2013

It's December 1st babe... and for radio listeners, there's no escaping the 'Fairytale'

Ireland’s radio stations begin blasting The Pogues, Band Aid and the like in earnest from today. A little early? You asked for it, apparently.

# q102 - Wednesday 6 November, 2013

'UTV Ireland' promises serious news and current affairs output alongside diet of UK soaps

The media company has announced plans to go head to head with RTÉ and TV3 as it launches a new Dublin-based TV station.

UTV plans to launch new Dublin-based TV station

The company has signed exclusive broadcast rights for ITV shows like Coronation Street and ‘Jeremy Kyle’ — currently staples of the TV3 schedule.

# q102 - Tuesday 27 August, 2013

UTV Media reports drop in revenue, says Irish radio market "difficult"

The media group runs a number of stations around the country, including FM104 and Q102 in Dublin, and Cork’s 96FM.