PART OF THE MIDLANDS FOR OVER 30 YEARS
Midlands 103 began broadcasting in 1990 as ‘Midlands Radio 3’ before being acquired by the Tindle Group in 2002 and relaunched under its current name the following year.
To this day, it remains a trusted part of the local community with on and off-air activities to benefit Laois, Offaly and Westmeath – including the annual Hospitality Awards and Customer Service Awards.
TRUSTED BY LISTENERS…
Midlands 103 broadcasts local programming around the clock from our studios across the region – mainly from our HQ in Tullamore but regularly from our studios in Athlone and Mullingar too.
We’re the home of local voices like waking up with Ann-Marie Kelly, throwing open the phones to your questions with Will Faulkner, and more music through the afternoon with Carl James and Roy Jennings.
The station also broadcasts live sport, specialist music and agricultural programmes as well as documentaries.
…AND BY BUSINESSES
Whether you’re looking at promoting a specific event, or for a long-term brand-building campaign, hundreds of Irish businesses trust Midlands 103 to reach a local audience.
Radio remains king for Irish listeners, with 79% tuning in daily compared to just 5% for podcasts. It’s not all about audio, digital advertising on Midlands103.com allows our clients to reach more than 1 million viewers a month.
- Channel 103 Grows Audience, Maintains Highest % Reach In British IslesThousands more people tuning each week according to RAJAR figures just published.
- Tributes Paid To Former Tindle Radio MD Albert FitzGeraldThe former broadcaster and Managing Director has died at the age of 59.
- Sir Ray Tindle Dies Aged 95Tindle Group founder and Company President, Sir Ray Tindle, has died.