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Irish Radio, Journalism, News September 17, 2015

Pop-up station launches for Mental Health Awareness Week

Ireland’s first pop-up radio station has launched today. Walk in My Shoes Radio will broadcast live from St Patrick’s University Hospital from Monday October 5 to Friday October 9 to mark World Mental Health Awareness Week. The aim of Walk in My Shoes Radio is to encourage listeners to become involved in the conversation around

Broadcasting, Changes, Content September 11, 2015

Beat’s ‘Takeover’ is taken over

Beat 102-103 has just announced a new presenter for popular weekday music programmes ‘[email protected]’ and ‘The Takeover’. From Monday, Emma Nolan will present the evening slot previously filled by Luke O’Faolain from 7pm Monday to Thursday evening. The 22-year-old University of Limerick graduate, has been involved with Beat for more 18 months working as a

Broadcasting, Changes, Content September 10, 2015

Irish Times new ‘Women’s Podcast’ to launch

The Irish Times have announced the arrival of a new podcast presented by journalist Kathy Sheridan. ‘The Women’s podcast’, which is due to officially launch next Monday, will focus on a multitude of interesting topics that pertain to the show’s listener’s lives. Though the programme will examine and discuss subjects through a decidedly female lens,

Awards, Broadcasting, Digital News September 4, 2015

Shortlist for the PPI Radio Awards has been announced

Today is another big day for radio stations, presenters and broadcasters all over the country as the shortlist for the PPI Radio Awards 2015 has been announced today. The awards include a wide variety of categories (including sub-categories in each). The following are the overarching categories to be shortlisted: Music Programming Awards, News & Sports

Broadcasting, Irish Radio, Radio September 3, 2015

Replacement for Fergal D’Arcy at iRadio has been announced

Luke O’Faolain has been announced as Fergal D’Arcy’s replacement on iradio, presenting an all new drive-time show on the popular station. O’Faolain has shown his flare for weekend radio presenting having previously presented The Hot Mix on Dublin’s 98FM. He also presented The Takeover on Beat 102-103, reviewing movies for Radio Nova simultaneously.

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