Lots happens in the radio industry each week so here’s a summary of the week we just enjoyed.
Here’s what happened
Christmas FM returns to the FM band tomorrow to bring us all the magic of Christmas. The station, which has been broadcasting online since the start of November is raising money for Barnardos this Year.
All the frequencies can be found by clicking here!!!
Or, you could use our humble little listen page.
The station will be on air with live presenters until the 27th of December.
The Government have said this week that they are closely monitoring the financial position of RTÉ. The public service broadcaster might have made nice money with last nights toy show, but their generally really struggling to stay afloat.
Questions were also asked around the pay of RTE’s Irish Language staff with it being confirmed that a review of pay grades is underway. There’s a lot of back and fourth here so I’d recommend reading the article attached below as that gives good detail on everything that was said.
Finally this week, student radio station Juice FM Cork celebrated its 7th birthday on air. The station serves as a training ground for the broadcasters of tomorrow who present shows on the station as part of CSN College’s Radio Broadcasting course’s.
I myself started radio Land while doing the CSN course and I can honestly say it was a fantastic experience. if your looking to start a career in the radio industry there really is no better way to do it.
Well done to everyone involved in the birthday celebrations and wishing you all the best for the next 7 years😊
Details were announced this week of the RTÉ 2FM Christmas Appeal for the ISPCC
Louise Morrissey has joined Tipp FM
Main dates have been announced for the RTÉ Choice Music Prize
The fine people over at Radio Today Ireland are giving away free wallplanners, why not get yours.?
And that’s the summary for this week. Come back to radio land next week for more radio news📻 and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for extra stories.