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Strengthening women's voices on the Irish airwaves

'Putting the broads back into broadcasting' - that's the motto of Women on Air (WOA), an informal training, networking and mentoring group, set up in an effort to address the lack of female voices

15th January, 2012
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Miriam O'Callaghan talks to delegates at the WOA conference. Photo: Paul Sherwood

'Putting the broads back into broadcasting' - that's the motto of Women on Air (WOA), an informal training, networking and mentoring group, set up in an effort to address the lack of female voices on Irish TV and radio.

Set up in 2010 by journalist and broadcaster Margaret E Ward, the organisation aims to provide women with the skills and confidence to voice well-informed opinions on a wide variety of subjects.

An organising committee of 11,...

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