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#Women On Air

# women-on-air - Saturday 26 August, 2017

'You won't hear a woman's voice, and it's not acceptable': What are Irish radio stations doing about gender balance?

We asked the stations themselves – and the Minister for Communications.

# women-on-air - Friday 18 August, 2017

From The Daily Edge How do Ireland's radio stations fare when it comes to gender balance? We took a look Women On Air

# women-on-air - Wednesday 25 January, 2017

From The Daily Edge 18 more deadly female presenters on Irish radio Women On Air

# women-on-air - Friday 31 July, 2015

From The Daily Edge 21 deadly female presenters on Irish radio Women On Air

21 deadly female presenters on Irish radio

Here come the gals.

# women-on-air - Wednesday 10 September, 2014

Áine Lawlor: 'It's not just a lack of women, we need more diversity in Irish media'

The RTÉ broadcaster said that news and current affairs in particular is an area that must change.

# women-on-air - Monday 12 May, 2014

"Too often, women in media see a ‘Keep Out’ sign on the door of every serious discussion"

Minister Pat Rabbitte made the comment while speaking at the inaugural Women on Air conference at Dublin Castle.

# women-on-air - Thursday 8 August, 2013

Just a third of voices on radio news and current affairs are female

Two academics carried out a week-long survey of news and current affairs output from RTÉ, Newstalk and Today FM earlier this year.

# women-on-air - Thursday 10 May, 2012

Column: Feminism is on the up again – but it needs to be for everyone

These times are an opportunity, writes Clara Fischer. Why shouldn’t feminism become the new normal?