Friday, 2 September 2016
It's that time of year; station managers and programming teams across the country are getting ready for induction, training and new schedules. Colleges across Ireland go back at quite different times, so some have a bit more summer holiday than others. Here's some of the student radio stations that are back in action, and looking for recruits like you...
Wired FM (Mary Immaculate & Limerick Institute of Technology) has an online application form here.
Flirt FM based in NUI Galway (but open to all Galway Students, including TY) also has an online application form here.
DCU FM (you guessed it, Dublin City University). You can find more information about them on their Facebook page.
We'll be updating this site with more student radio volunteering opportunities as they arise, here and on the Irish Student Radio Network Facebook page.
Monday, 1 February 2016
So much student radio fun this semester!
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) announced today (01/02/16) that it has granted temporary broadcasting licences to three college radio stations.
Details of the services in receipt of temporary broadcasting licences are as follows:
Trinity FM (Trinity College, Dublin) will broadcast on 97.3FM to Trinity College and Environs on multiple dates for 30 days over 2016, commencing today the 1st February 2016.
Grifffm16 (Griffith College Dublin) will broadcast from 30th January to 7th February 2016 to Griffith College Dublin and from 5th to 13th March 2016 to Griffith College, Cork.