|Broadcast area||Counties Carlow, Cavan, Kildare, (north) Laois, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly and Westmeath|
|First air date||24 November 2008|
|Format||Contemporary, youth orientated (15-34 age group)|
i105-107FM is a regional radio station in Ireland that broadcasts to the north east and midlands of the country. The station is one of four regional youth orientated stations that were licensed by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland to challenge the current monopoly in the 15 to 34 age bracket by national stations RTÉ 2fm and Today FM.
The station is based in Athlone and broadcasts to Counties Carlow, Cavan, Kildare, (north) Laois, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly and Westmeath between the frequencies of 104.7 MHz and 106.7 MHz, as well as offering an online stream.
The station's sister was i102-104, but in 2011, they merged to form iRadio
i105-107FM was launched in November 2008 and is owned by the iRadio consortium, who also hold the licence for the north west service through i102-104FM, which was launched in February 2008, and the two stations share a number of programmes including the Tommy and Hector Show.
|Breakfast with Bernard and Keith||Keith Walshe and Bernard O'Shea||Weekdays, 7:00 - 11:00|
|iWork with Simon||Simon Murdoch||Weekdays, 11:00 - 15:00|
|iDrive||Chris Greene with Ciara King||Weekdays, 15:00 - 19:0|
|IRL||Miriam Maher||Weekdays, 19:00 - 22:00|
|iPlay||Hazel Fleming||Monday - Friday, 22:00 - 01:00|
|iWitness News||10 minutes before the hour throughout the day, and 20 minutes past at peak times.|
|Friday Night Live: The iParty||Tom Lavin||Friday, 22:00 - 01:00|
|General Manager||Rena Maycock|
|Programme Director||Leigh Doyle|
|Traffic Manager||Lisa Kiranne|
|Production Manager||John O'Keee|
|Marketing Manager||Lorraine McManus|
|Finance||Christina Hall, Lisa Kirrane|
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