Gold and Bronze for Linda at the IMRO Awards

Congratulations to Linda McAuliffe and the students of the Kerry ETB Radio Broadcasting and Digital Journalism Course who came away from the IMRO Awards with a Gold in the Short Feature Category, and a Bronze in the Digital & Social Innovation Category, for their innovative feature on the sounds of Kerry, called ‘Cluas Ciarraí’.
Their series, about the sounds and soundscapes of County Kerry, was inspired by students Barry O’Donnell and Dara Ó’Cinnéide – who are both visually impaired and who successfully completed the course this year.
Millstreet was also represented by Joanne O’Riordan who was nominated for her podcast on RedFM, and Ed Smith was there also with TodayFM.

The IMRO (Irish Music Rights Organisation) Awards were held on Friday at the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny.

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C3 Short Feature
GOLD: Cluas Chiarraí Radio Kerry
SILVER: Every Road has a Cross to Bear LMFM
BRONZE: Finding Your Tingle – The Francie Boylan Show Ocean FM

D5 Digital & Social Innovation
GOLD: Gift Grub 2.0 Today FM
SILVER: Are you Watching on the Radio? Ocean FM
BRONZE: Cluas Chiarraí Radio Kerry

[Full Results]

Way back in May when Cluas Ciarraí was in its infancy, Linda and the group were on Radio Kerry talking about the project.  Give it a listen:

 

All the winners from the IMRO Radio Awards 2019

 

1 thought on “Gold and Bronze for Linda at the IMRO Awards”

  1. Sincere congratulations to Linda on such a prestigious Award in broadcasting. Well done also to Joanne on being nominated for such excellent broadcasting. Kindest regards from All at Cork Music Station.

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