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# Women On Air

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'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.
How do Ireland's radio stations fare when it comes to gender balance? We took a look
Let’s just say they can do better…
18 more deadly female presenters on Irish radio
Listen up.
21 deadly female presenters on Irish radio
Here come the gals.
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.
"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.
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.
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?