South East Radio are delighted to receive a Leading Lights Awards for its unique road safety campaign called Give Your Phone the Boot.  At a ceremony at Farmleigh in Dublin Liz O’ Donnell, Chairperson of the Road Safety Authority presented the media award to South East Radio’s Managing Director Eamonn Buttle, General Manager Liam Dwyer, Programme Controller & News Editor Michael Sinnott and Morning Mix Presenter Alan Corcoran(See picture). Give your Phone the Boot was a brand new home gro...

South East Radio scoops a major award at the 2016 Road Safety Authority Awards.

It was with great sadness that we heard yesterday of the death of WLR FM's Sport Broadcaster Kevin Casey.“On behalf of everyone at Learning Waves we wish to extend our deepest sympathies to Kevin's  family, friends and colleagues in WLR FM and Beat".  Kevin passed away peacefully on Tuesday January 3rd after finally losing his hard fought battle with cancer.   Since just last October, Kevin was a national radio award winner. He deservedly received the industry accolade for a powe...

soccer player banned from sports after throwing punch, school barred from postseason

See how BBC iWonder editor, Dan Tucker, turned one mans story into a piece of art that viewers can experience and feel an emotional connection to.  Tucker, wondered if 'you could make a factual story work in 360 virtual reality?'.  This is the story of how the BBC iWonder’s history team produced a new form of documentary.  The team wanted to experiment with virtual reality historical storytelling, and they approached VR artist Oscar Raby to discuss possible ideas. Luckily, Oscar had r...

UPSWEEP Documentary short on NOAA recordings of currently unidentified sounds from abyssal depths, possible unknown marine life

Mobile journalism(Mojo) can be defined as the process of gathering and delivering news using a smartphone or a tablet.  It is a trend in news covering and broadcasting and has the potential to become the new standard in journalism practice, especially to report breaking news.  Learning Waves Skillnet has been working with Glen Mulcahy, Head of Innovation, RTÉ Technology and founder of Mojocon, international mobile journalism conference, in designing and delivering Mobile Journalism training…

A workshop on how your iPhone can help you create, edit and produce content for your radio station for use on-air and on-line across many platforms.

Learning Waves Skillnet is delighted to announce an exciting 2 day workshop with ReelWorld on 16th and 17th February 2017 in Dublin.  The workshop is aimed at those involved in Imaging and Commercial Production across the Independent Radio Sector. Day 1 will be aimed mainly at Imaging Producers and Day 2 will appeal to both imaging producers and also to those involved in commercial production.  So, if you are involved in either of these roles across the sector, this workshop is for you…

Imaging and Commercial Production Workshop with ReelWorld

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