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It was a very warm sunny evening in Castlebar back in 1995 when the airwaves crackled to the sound of broadcast 'pips' at exactly 6pm.
The Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board is offering its highly successful diploma in radio studio production again this October at its media centre in Gort. The City & Guilds diploma is a 40 week course which aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the radio industry either at home or abroad. The course is due to commence on October 20 next. It stands out among other courses in that participants are trained for industry, by industry professionals. Anyone interested should register for the course at the local employment services or Intreo office. Training allowances are available to eligible students.
Richard Findlay, the former head of media firm Scottish Radio Holdings, has moved closer to buying five Irish local radio stations with a deal expected this week.
A company owned by the Rabbitt family from Oranmore has completed the purchase of Highland Radio in Donegal from Denis O'Brien's Communicorp Group.
The Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) has announced that it will seek applications for six new community and community of interest radio services during the course of 2009. The Commission had sought expressions of interest in new and existing community and community of interest services in September of this year. A total of 16 submissions were received.