Radio Kerry first went on air on July 14th 1990. The station headquarters are in Tralee, the county town of Kerry, with additional offices and studios in Killarney.
Broadcasts to County Kerry and the surrounding areas.
NATIONAL RADIO AWARDS
The National Radio Awards were set up in 2000 to recognise excellence in the radio industry. Since 2005 Radio Kerry has received 98 Radio Awards nominations and won 44 awards – 15 gold, 13 silver and 20 bronze.
Radio Kerry broadcasts on five frequencies – 96.2, 96.6, 97.0, 97.2 and 97.6FM – throughout the County of Kerry. The station can also be picked up in parts of the surrounding counties of Cork, Limerick, Tipperary and Clare and on the internet at www.radiokerry.ie. Listening is also available via our App for IOS and Android devices.
Due to the nature of a local radio station’s audience profile it is necessary to cater for a variety of programming tastes. A typical Radio Kerry listener is aged between 25 – 65 and their main information requirements are current affairs, local news, sports, music, specialist speech programming and weather. Their music interests are very varied. For this reason Radio Kerry broadcasts a number of special interest music programmes nightly.