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Learning Waves Journalism Graduate Programme over-subscribed

Learning Waves Journalism Graduate Programme over-subscribed

The Learning Waves Journalism Graduate Programme launched in March 2019 has been hugely successful in terms of applications.  The Journalism Graduate Programme received funding from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Skillnet Ireland and is also ...more

MojoFest discount for Learning Waves members

MojoFest discount for Learning Waves members

MojoFest is an international gathering which celebrates the growing global community of professional smartphone content creators.  Smartphones are ubiquitous and are gaining popularity as professional content creation tools in media and marketing.&nb...more

NO FAKE NEWS HERE: RESILIENT RADIO REIGNS SUPREME

NO FAKE NEWS HERE: RESILIENT RADIO REIGNS SUPREME

Factual & quality content delivered immediately are just two of many reasons why radio continues to dominate the audio landscape in Ireland - that’s the message from Gabrielle Cummins, Chairperson of the Choose Radio Group. The latest JNLR liste...more

Redefining Radio with Ralph Van Dijk and Beat 102-103FM

Redefining Radio with Ralph Van Dijk and Beat 102-103FM

Leading business figures from the South East were treated to a free ‘Redefining Radio’ creative advertising masterclass at the Ferrycarrig Hotel in Wexford, on Thursday, April 4th. Led by Australian audio visionary Ralph Van Dijk and hosted...more

Learning Waves key partner in Be Media Smart Campaign launched by Media Literacy Ireland

Learning Waves key partner in Be Media Smart Campaign launched by Media Literacy Ireland

Learning Waves is delighted to be a key partner in Be Media Smart campaign coordinated by Media Literacy Ireland, facilitated by the BAI, to enhance Irish people’s understanding of, and engagement with media #BeMediaSmart is a public awareness ca...more

Learning Waves TY Media Project proposal secures Sound and Vision Funding

Learning Waves TY Media Project proposal secures Sound and Vision Funding

Learning Waves is delighted to announce that its proposal to run a Transition Year(TY) Media Week has secured funding from the BAI's Sound and Vision Scheme. The funding will allow Transition Year students to create over 30 hours of radio across 15 in...more

Learning Waves secures funding for Journalism Graduate Programme

Learning Waves secures funding for Journalism Graduate Programme

Learning Waves has secured funding for a Journalism Graduate Programme from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland(BAI) and will be supported by Skillnet Ireland.  The application for the programme was made to the BAI in December 2018 following a prop...more

Learning Waves announces Danny McCoy, CEO, Ibec as keynote speaker for 2019 AGM

Learning Waves announces Danny McCoy, CEO, Ibec as keynote speaker for 2019 AGM

Learning Waves is delighted to announce Danny McCoy, CEO of Ibec as their keynote speaker for their upcoming AGM on 10th April 2019 in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin.  The event will run from 11am to 1pm and will be attended by CEO's, General Managers ...more

Funds for Independent Radio gets a step closer

Funds for Independent Radio gets a step closer

A series of measures paving the way for the provision of support from the television license fee to public service content on independent local, regional and national radio stations has been passed by Dáil Éireann this morning. It follows...more

Radio puts Flahavans Overnight Oats top of the Breakfast Menu

Radio puts Flahavans Overnight Oats top of the Breakfast Menu

February 13th marked World Radio Day 2019 and one thing for sure is, Ireland loves radio and Flahavan’s are certainly lovers of radio too. Choose Radio, the umbrella organisation for the promotion of radio advertising in Ireland and Ireland’s ...more