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Why Radio is really worth fighting for - with Helen Boaden

Why Radio is really worth fighting for - with Helen Boaden

Helen Boaden spent 34 years of her extremely successful career at the BBC, beginning at BBC Radio Leeds and ending on the BBC Executive Board. Her love of broadcasting began with a stint on student radio at the University of Sussex. Helen then went on to ...more

Jessie makes headlines in USA following Radio Days Ireland appearance

Jessie makes headlines in USA following Radio Days Ireland appearance

Jessie Kavanagh (pictured right with her parents Deirdre & Paul), the 14 year old YouTube sensation who appeared at Radio Days Ireland has caught the attention of the media in the USA.  In an article written by Fred Jacobs on the Kids in America&...more

Reports of the demise of radio listening are greatly exaggerated

Reports of the demise of radio listening are greatly exaggerated

The radio industry is not “sticking its head in the sand” but instead it is measuring the changing nature of the audio environment and consumption, according to Paul Mulligan, the chairman of the Joint National Listenership Research (JNLR) com...more

Dates for Workshops on Referenda Guidelines Announced

Dates for Workshops on Referenda Guidelines Announced

Learning Waves Skillnet has in conjunction with the BAI and Media Lawyer Solicitors announced dates for workshops on guidelines relating to upcoming Referenda in 2018 and 2019.  The workshops have been designed in association with Declan McLoughlin f...more

Ireland’s Media Buyers are Avid Listeners of Radio According to Research

Ireland’s Media Buyers are Avid Listeners of Radio According to Research

Some 88% of media buyers in Ireland listen to radio every day according to new research by the JNLR Committee and Choose Radio, a group which represents all of Ireland’s radio stations and helps to promote the medium of radio. This figure is even hi...more

Irish People Love Radio - See what the survey said!

Irish People Love Radio - See what the survey said!

The latest JNLR/Ipsos MRBI report into radio listening published on 8th February 2018 shows that daily radio listening is at 83% of all adults. The report covers the 12-month period from January to December.  More than 3.1 million listeners (15+),...more

Radio Days Ireland 2018 | More speakers announced

Radio Days Ireland 2018 | More speakers announced

Learning Waves Skillnet and IBI are delighted to announce more speakers to add to their already impressive line-up.  RadioDays Ireland 2018 is shaping up to be one of the key media conferences in Ireland in 2018.  The conference is being support...more

Ding Ding Ding! Second round of speakers announced for Radio Days Ireland 2018!

Ding Ding Ding! Second round of speakers announced for Radio Days Ireland 2018!

Earlier this month Learning Waves Skillnet & IBI announced the first round of speakers for the conference which will be taking place on the 22nd and 23rd of February in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin. Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, Ian Dempsey...more

Radio Days Ireland 2018 -  Speakers Announced

Radio Days Ireland 2018 - Speakers Announced

Learning Waves Skillnet and IBI are delighted to start announcing speakers for Radio Days Ireland which will take place on 22nd and 23rd February 2018 in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin 1. Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Nau...more

Saved the date? Now secure it!

Saved the date? Now secure it!

Instead of waiting for the New Year to be the productive ‘new you’ that you always promise yourself, why not start now and secure your place at Radio Days Ireland on the 22nd and 23rd of February 2018. This unique two day conference is brought...more