Northern Sound broadcast on 94.8, 96.3 and 97.5 MHz.
It was available on the DAB trial which was available in Dublin City and County and parts of the greater North East region.
The multiplex which carried it was using a frequency licensed for all of Ireland.
In June 2005, the new Radio Kerry Killarney studios were opened at Glebe Lane in the town.
In September 2005, Radio Kerry completed the acquisition of Shannonside Northern Sound.
Shortly afterwards, the station moved its Killarney studio to Rock View, off High Street, Killarney and the Cahersiveen studio was re-located to the O'Connell Centre in the town.
Today, there are approximately 70 people employed at the station in full-time, part-time and freelance positions.
Radio Kerry broadcasts 24 hours a day, with a mix of live music and talk programmes between 7 am and 1 am daily and music through the night from 1 am to 7 am.
Many programmes are broadcast from Radio Kerry's Killarney studio and occasionally from the Caherciveen studio.
The maximum market share allowed in the Republic of Ireland by a single radio company is 17.9%.