Thanks to Paul O Neill, Evening Duty Manager.

Dundalk Lion's Club presentation to Paul O NeillDear Paul,

On behalf of the Board of Directors of Dundalk FM, I would like to extend our thanks for all your studio assistance and audio advice during the last three years as Evening Duty Manager.

We hope that you will continue to be involved in music, documentary or other related local community radio activities with us in the future.

I know that all the staff, presenters and presenter teams join with us in wishing you every success with your endeavours.

Kind regards


Joe Duffy



You are invited to our Information Evening on Thursday 15th 2018 at 7pm

Dundalk FM would like to invite you to come along

to our Information Evening

on Thursday 15th November.

from 7 to 8.

The station has over 90 volunteers and provides

  • Programming that reflects the experiences of people living in Dundalk

  • Employment and training opportunities for people in the area and

  • Opportunities for small local enterprises to reach a local listenership

We have ongoing vacancies for

  • Programme presenters

  • Sound desk operators and

  • News and Sports Journalists

We are a Social Inclusion and Community Development Radio Station that is run by community group representatives and individuals, like yourself, on a not for profit basis.

So for information about your next step in community radio

and to find out about our next 2 day Learn about Radio course

call us in Thursday the 15th November

from 7 at Dundalk FM Studios,

Partnership Court,

Park Street,


Seoirse McCann An Alternative Ireland

Looking forward to seeing you then.


GoFundMe page set up to help buy equipment for the radio station

Your contribution will pay for new equipment for Dundalk’s community radio studio and on location broadcasting service.

The equipment list is

two digital sounds desks – one for the main studio and one for the production studio
5 x sound processing and studio PC’s
6 x Mic Arms
a studio digital link for outside broadcasts
a portable outside broadcast sound desk
two OB headsets
a studio clock

In October we secured 75% funding from Louth Leader Partnership and to purchase this amazing equipment we need to raise €5,681.00 on our own and hope to achieve this before December 31st 2018.

Having brand new studio equipment will be a wonderful way to begin our 10-year licence in 2019.

One out of every 250 people in Dundalk have been part of making radio since we started in 2002. This is a great opportunity for us to invest in for the next 15 years.

It will be of enormous benefit for our community radio volunteers of all ages and especially for
live match commentaries
OB’s from community halls and events
studio panel discussions
providing certified radio training courses and summer camps
recording radio documentaries and radio dramas

In addition to continuing the wonderful rage of programming you hear the new studio equipment will bring Dundalk’s non-profit public service station up to national broadcast standard.

Thank you for helping along the way.

To make a contribution to Dundalk FM click 97.7 Dundalk FM GoFundMe Page