Paul Moriarty has rejoined the Radio NOVA presenter lineup to present a new Saturday morning show. He returns after a 12-month absence from the station. Paul’s previous experience includes stints at Clare FM and Q102, where he worked in the news department.
“Really happy to be welcoming Paul back to NOVA this week”, said NOVA’s Kevin Branigan. “There’s a large listening audience available on Saturday mornings. Paul’s new show will give a real sense of what’s happening in peoples’ lives on Saturday morning through Dublin and the commuter belt counties and also do what we’re famous for – belt out some of the best classic rock songs ever made”.
Paul Moriarty said, “It’s great to be back. I love being on NOVA and the connection with our listeners is always great to experience! Can’t wait to get stuck in!”.
NOVA has just had what it calls it’s most exciting JNLR results ever, with a 30% increase in daily listenership to 69,000 in Dublin and the commuter belt over the past 12 months. The station now also has a further 18,000 listening each day outside Dublin, Kildare, Meath & Wicklow, giving NOVA a daily listenership of 87,000.