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Despite vigorous lobbying for change, women’s voices represent just 28 per cent of current affairs radio programming

8th November, 2015
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Despite vigorous lobbying for change, women’s voices represent just 28 per cent of current affairs radio programming, according to a National Women’s Council of Ireland and DCU study.

The Hearing Women’s Voices study explored female under-representation in current affairs radio programming at peak listening times in Ireland across RTE, Newstalk and Today FM. The research was done in the second half of 2014.

Funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, the...

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