Wired FM returns to the airwaves for Limerick Students
Wired FM, Limerick’s only fully licensed student radio station, has returned to the air this week with a new schedule. Broadcasting around Limerick from Monday to Thursday from 9am to 9pm on 99.9FM, and online at www.wiredfm.ie, Wired FM aims to reflect and represent the lives and interests of students in the region. All of the programming on the station is produced by over 120 student volunteers from Mary Immaculate College and Limerick Institute of Technology and the station broadcasts from both campuses each week.
There is a wide range of programming available for listeners, from specialist music programmes dealing with specific genres and eras to sports, current affair, talk shows and documentaries. Listeners can tune in on 99.9FM around Limerick or online at www.wiredfm.ie, where information about the station and a full programme schedule can be found.
Licensed since 1995, Wired FM aims to provide a service that entertains while at the same time provides an accessible platform for information, debate and concerns pertaining to all aspects of student life and create an awareness of the student community in the region. The station also works with a number of service users from Enable Ireland, the Brothers of Charity, Fairgreen and the Limerick Youth Service as part of its commitment to this cause. The station is also committed to promoting local music and the Irish language and has a number of shows dedicated to these each week.
We hope you’ll tune in over the coming academic year for what promises to be an exciting line-up of new programmes!
For more information about Wired FM or to arrange an interview, please contact Aidan Long on 061 315773 or email email@example.com