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In Rambles on September 24, 2007 by alanswan

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Looking for info on iRadio?

In Rambles on September 4, 2007 by alanswan

Hey, if you came across my blog looking for info on iRadio details are below.

A few links, my blog in the new year will move to alanswan.com with updates :-)

Also recruitment for iRadio can be found at http://www.iradio.ie

i102-104’s website can be found at http://www.i102104.ie

Any q’s you can Skype me alan.iradio or email me at alanswanATiradioDOTie

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Ballygowan Ad

In Rambles on May 25, 2007 by alanswan

Lets Dance…..

Love this song! Download details here: http://www.myspace.com/misspaulaflynn

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Cool song from Sonny Jim

In Rambles on May 24, 2007 by alanswan

Already stuck in my brain… great song. AS

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iRadio Workshops

In Rambles on April 26, 2007 by alanswan

For those of you who have been searching for iradio online and have come across my blog instead here is the latest on the workshops.

All applicants for the iRadio talent search have now been contacted via email.

If for some reason you did not receive an email please don’t hesitate to contact us via info@iwanttbeontheradio.ie. We’ll check it out straight away!

Not too late!

We are still accepting CV’s for all roles in the station – Admin, On Air, Sales and so on. Please contact info@iradio.ie for further information.

Best,

Alan

Whats is i102-104?

iRadio are the people behind a brand new radio station for the North West of Ireland. Awarded the licence by the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland we will broadcast to counties Galway, Mayo, Longford, Roscommon, Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal.

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i102-104 News

In Rambles on April 17, 2007 by alanswan

Had to give this a mention on the blog! AS

iRADIO Signs Up Tommy Tiernan and Hector Ó hEochagáin

iRadio, which will operate the regional youth licence for the North West, today (April 16th 2007) announced that comedians Tommy Tiernan and Hector Ó hEochagáin will soon be on the airwaves across the North West of Ireland. The two stars have agreed to team up to present a weekly show on i102-104, the new youth station for the North West. Some months ago, during an appearance on The Late Late Show, Tommy Tiernan announced he had a keen interest in radio and would love to present a radio show. iRadio made immediate contact with him and set about making this a reality. Now both Tommy and Hector, who were classmates in school, are looking forward to reuniting for the new venture on i102-104.

Speaking about his new role, Tommy Tiernan commented; “I’ve always wanted to have loads of craic on the radio. What better way to have a mountain of devilment than to do a show with my best friend.”

Hector Ó hEochagáin had this to say about the team-up for i102-104; “It’s been a long time since I togged out beside the fella for PE class! We’re now about to tog out on the airwaves. Let the games begin!”

Commenting on this significant coup, Dan Healy, Chief Executive of iRadio, said; “this is a major breakthrough for Irish radio, particularly for regional radio. We have promised to deliver fresh and exciting radio to the North West and Tommy and Hector are a key part of this. The plans for i102-104 are well underway, in fact we are two months ahead of schedule, and can’t wait to be on air.”

Recently awarded a licence by the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland, i102-104 will broadcast to the Galway, Mayo, Longford, Roscommon, Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal areas. In addition to signing up these well known stars, the station has conducted a region wide talent search to uncover new talent and find the next generation of broadcasters. iRadio has auditioned approximately 300 people across the North West to date. i102-104, which will be based in Galway City, is seeking to employ 32 people full-time and 10 in a part-time capacity.

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The cows came home…

In Rambles on April 9, 2007 by alanswan

Hi,

Alot of people hitting this blog for info on iRadio so I thought I’d better put up a post letting you know the latest.

Due to an unprecedented amount of applications (hope you liked the cows on the site, You could indeed talk till the cows come home!), iRadio is now unable to accept anymore applications for our talent search. Thank you so much for taking the time to apply online and we’ve really enjoyed meeting you all at the various venues right across the North West.

We will be in touch with successful auditionees in the near future who will be offered places at the iRadio workshop which happens in the coming weeks.

BUT

If you still want to submit a CV or Demo we would be delighted to accept in and get back to you as soon as possible. Our address is info@iwanttobeontheradio.ie

I’ll be posting some more text about us in the coming days and weeks.

Enjoy the rest of the Bank Holiday – Alan

Whats iRadio?

iRadio are the people behind a brand new radio station for the North West of Ireland. Recently awarded the licence by the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland we will broadcast to counties Galway, Mayo, Longford, Roscommon, Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal