Ciara Doherty confirmed as new Ireland AM co-host

Ciara Doherty confirmed as new Ireland AM co-host

Ciara Doherty has been confirmed as the new co-host of Ireland AM on TV3.

The Donegal native and qualified barrister has worked in the station since 2010.

She moved to Ireland AM in 2015 as a reporter.

Speaking about her new role as co-host, Ciara said: “I’m delighted to become the new co-anchor on Ireland AM and join such a fantastic on-air team.

"The show has a great legacy and rapport with its viewers and I am very much looking forward to continuing to bring a lively, entertaining and informative show to our audience each morning.”

Ciara Doherty confirmed as new Ireland AM co-host

Ireland AM airs Monday to Friday on TV3 from 7am -10.30am.

- Digital Desk

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