There'll be fantastic prizes for the top two teams along with a raffle jam-packed with spot prizes. It'll be a fun night to catch up with other volunteers. This is an important fundraiser for Phoenix FM, so come along even if you haven't got a full team, we'll try our best to pare people up.
Phoenix FM's second training evening for volunteers will take place on Tuesday, May 7 at 6.30pm, with a 'masterclass' in Audio Editing. The session will be held in the Phoenix FM studio. Booking is absolutely necessary because of limited availability.
At last weekend's Phoenix FM Development Day aside from the training there was also a vote to decide which volunteer would sit on the board as the Volunteer Rep. In a close run race between Blanch Track's Darah Carroll Noonan and The Throw In's Paul Whitty, Darah was elected to the Board.
Phoenix FM will launch the first in a series of monthly training evenings for volunteers on Tuesday, April 2 at 6pm, with a 'masterclass' in Audio Recording.
Phoenix FM is launching a new series about the Blanchardstown Active Retirement group which plays an important role in the life of the local Dublin 15 community.
Phoenix FM broadcast live from the Fingal Festival of Football in Sportslink, Santry, on Saturday August 18th. Our weekend magazine show, Saturday Soundbites, was on air all afternoon, broadcasting the football action, as well as interviewing the organisers, team managers, players and supporters and playing lots of good music.
Phoenix FM is delighted to announce that we have had great success in the Craol Achievement Awards, which were presented at the 2012 Craol Féile in Athlone on the 26th May by the Chief Executive of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland Mr Michael O'Keeffe.