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Posted by zy on July 13, 2004 at 13:34:23:
In Reply to: Re: CRC FM posted by Agreed on July 13, 2004 at 09:49:37:
ok , as i said at the start it was not an offical reply from crc fm and to be honest after all the information given by myself to explain crc fm situation not to excuse it might i add , still you say the same thing you being the community you deserved at least an insight into the working's and the restrictions . To points made by a person saying that they have being a former employee of the station yes your information was right on mark and thanks for pointing out what you did but on john mulligan is wildly wrong john mulligan has no radio broadcastiing qualifications and alot of staff having moved on have got qualifications following their time in crc fm john came in after i started mad into sports and music and with alot of effort and late nights he fine tuned his obivious talent and when the time came he went to mid west along with fiona mc garry now in galway bay fm i know this of john because i trained him in !!!!!
Being very involved with the station i would have hoped they would have mentioned the likes of keith cunningham ,mark o'connor,philip burke to name afew not to mention the current group of people like mark gannon, micheal joyce,john ennis the list goes on along with others that have gone into sound engineering etc and communications.
Community radio is what it is and thats that again stating certain restrictions can not be steamrolled or bought with view to changing, i entered into this chat to inform from my experience in the station and make you more aware of the behind the seens problems in crc.... if my grammar and spelling is the reason why this is not being taken seriously well your missing the complete point of what im saying
The reason my posts may be long is that im trying to explain certain things not start an arguement.