Romford, Skaledale and Southport will be the latest RTE stations to be upgraded, the broadcaster has announced.
“We are very pleased to announce the completion of the RTE Stations upgrade project,” said RTE general manager, Rohan O’Brien.
“The work we have undertaken to upgrade our existing stations is an important milestone in our ongoing investment in the digital revolution, and we are delighted to be able to share our work with our viewers and partners,” he said.
“All stations in the new RTE STATION project will be fully operational in the summer months, and will also be fully accessible to RTE viewers and listeners.”
O’Brien said RTA was keen to celebrate the completion with viewers and stakeholders, who will now have more than 15 years of live radio service to enjoy.
The RTE projects are part of the programme of upgrades to the RTA network to be delivered over the next four years.
The RTA said the upgrade work is being undertaken to make sure that all of the stations are fully functional and can operate as a full service, including the station that is now the RMT station, which will be moved to a new location in the Rydges.
It also said that RTE has been working closely with RTA and the State Government to ensure that there are no delays in getting the new stations operational.
“This will enable RTE to deliver the best service possible to our customers, and ensure that we can continue to deliver RTE content to the public,” said O’Reilly.
“We thank RTA for their commitment to ensure we can deliver our audiences the best content possible, and look forward to continuing to deliver quality content in the coming years.”