The best regional radio shows in Ireland
Over 85% of the Irish population listens to radio on a daily basis, spending a massive four hours a day tuned in to the airwaves. But what exactly are we listening to?
We’ve taken the grunt work out of keeping your media lists updated as our dedicated research team update our media newsfeed multiple times a day.
Here we provide just a sample of some of the Irish media movements that have taken place over the month of April:
Colette left the Sunday Business Post to join The Times as a Senior Political Correspondent.
— Colette Sexton (@colette_sexton) April 23, 2019
Noteworthy was launched this month, a new website which funds in-depth journalism based on suggestions from the public. Noteworthy will crowdfund and report on stories suggested by people around Ireland which deserve to be told and which would otherwise go unreported. To find out more about the new platform, check out our piece on it here.
Louise has left her role as Farming Editor of The Irish Independent.
— Louise Hogan (@louise_hogan1) April 6, 2019
The award-winning reporter and editor has left the newspaper that he has been with since the 1980s. Peter will continue to work in journalism as a freelance contributor.
Irish Tatler has launched “a new editorial direction” that includes a refreshed design, a celebrity-free cover and a greater focus on digital content. The new team is made up of editorial director Ellie Balfe, magazine editor Sarah Macken and IrishTatler.com editor Amy Heffernan (previously U Magazine Editor).
Ronald joined the Irish Times as Deputy Property Editor.
Tom Lyons and Ian Kehoe announced that they were launching The Currency this month. The Currency is a new online publisher dedicated to quality journalism, focusing on business, finance, economics and public policy. The digital subscription-based publisher is currently recruiting experienced and up-and-coming journalists.
Aaron Rogan, Senior Reporter at The Times Ireland, has left to take up a role at the Sunday Business Post.
— Aaron Rogan (@AarRogan) April 8, 2019
Senan has left his role as Political Editor of the Irish Daily Mail and Aiden was a News Editor for the publication.
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