Broadcaster appointed new chair of Women on Air initiative

Voluntary networking initiative Women on Air has appointed broadcaster and communications consultant Caroline Erskine as its new chairman.

20th April, 2013
Caroline Erskine: 'Before I attended a Women on Air event I wasn't aware of the great collective will that exists, among women in media and outside of it, to have their views and voices heard.'

The voluntary networking initiative Women on Air has appointed broadcaster and communications consultant Caroline Erskine as its new chairman. The initiative runs seminars and provides informal training for women on contributing to radio and television.

Erskine, who worked on RTE in the 1980s and 1990s and was Century Radio's first political correspondent, takes over the role from Women on Air founder, journalist and broadcaster Margaret E Ward.

The group, which was formed in 2010 and...

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