RTÉ has deferred a decision to move its radio station Lyric FM from Limerick.
The State broadcaster said this move followed a request by the Government.
In a note to staff, RTÉ Director-General Dee Forbes said the broadcaster would wait until the outcome of a new Commission on the Future of Irish Public Service Broadcasting.
The commission is set to make recommendations next September.
The plan to move the classical music station between Cork and Dublin was part of a plan at the company to reduce projected costs by €60m over three years.
The broadcaster also wanted to reduce the salaries paid to its top contracted on-air presenters by 15%.
It had also planned to close a number of assets - including its digital radio stations and RTÉ Aertel.
The RTÉ Guide was to be sold off - but this plan has since been shelved.
The latest row back in the cost-cutting plan comes a day after the Government announced €50m in extra funding for RTÉ over the next five years.
Meanwhile the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI), which represents Ireland's 34 independent radio stations, said any commission on public service broadcasting must include more than RTÉ.
On Tuesday, IBI Chairman John Purcell said: "The new Commission on the Future Funding of Irish Public Service Broadcasting must recognise the reality of the Irish media landscape.
"This includes the fact that RTÉ is not the only broadcaster providing public service broadcasting.
"The remit of the commission needs to look beyond RTÉ and focus on the future of all broadcasters with a statutory public service remit.
"Independent radio stations carry onerous public service obligations as part of their broadcasting contracts.
"These include news, current affairs, Irish language programming, farming and business programming and coverage of sporting events at a local, regional and national level."