Want to be a radio presenter / reporter with 92.5 Phoenix FM?

Posted on 26 Apr 2022

Want to be on our panel of reporters who will take a call to cover a local event?

Want to investigate an issue, do a documentary, send us your podcast?  

Does your club/group want their own programme? Got a radio programme idea for politics, sports, music, …? 

Would you or one of your family, friends, neighbours, who live, work or study in D15 like to give voice to whatever your interest is?

How Can You Get Involved?
Interviewing, podcasts, vox pops, news & entertainment reporting, documentaries, training, price watch, arts, sport, hobby, current  affairs, politics, faith, education, ethnic, employment, history, gender based issues, environment health, planning, roads. housing. homeless, social media, fake news, court reporter, speaking out about your interests, fundraisers. Technical. advertising editing, voiceovers

Join a Committee: admin, HR, finance, programming, technical, funding applications local/national/EU

Our studios are based in the Blanchardstown Centre but we want reporters in local shopping centres, community centres, residents associations, your area, your club, your pub, local interests groups, WhatsApp groups, women’s, men’s, toddler… 

Does your group want its own radio programme? We will provide the training!

 Email your interest or idea to broadcasting@phoenixfm.ie

Phoenix FM has scooped several radio programme awards in the last few years. Programming is based on the needs and interests of the D15 Community and is produced by community-based individuals and groups. Community radio is owned and run by the community it serves, it works on a "not-for-profit" basis, and it actively promotes change in society.  By training people to become vocal so they can use the airwaves to get their point of view across to the wider community. Community radio can give a voice to the voiceless, and power to the disempowered. The station has a board of management which is accountable to the community.