Rebecca is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice. She is currently studying for an MA in Journalism, having acquired a BA in English and History and an MA in English from UCC. She works as a communications officer for a trade union in Dublin. She is interested in current affairs, culture, and the climate.
Liam is Deputy Podcast Editor for the Limerick Voice. Broadcasting has been his passion from an early age. In 2016, Liam joined Community Radio Kilkenny as a sports newsreader and since then has been part of the station's hurling commentary team, presented/ produced a wide range of programmes including current affairs, music and sport, and has been involved in many radio projects behind the scenes. He is a member of the station's Board of Directors and has chaired the Broadcasting Committee since 2020. In 2019, Liam was presented with a 'Hurling Commentary' award by Leinster GAA.
Edana is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice. She has had work published in the Limerick Post and has also worked in marketing and administration. Edana's main areas of interest include current affairs, crime reporting and social justice.
Sadhbh is a reporter with the Limerick Voice. She’s a mature student who mostly writes medical-related articles because she is always ill, so why not?! She can be found binge-watching Doctor Who and lusting after indie artists who she plans to write even more articles about. Sadhbh will always have snacks and be a sounding board for ideas.
Aoife is a health reporter for the Limerick Voice.
Mark is a sports reporter for the Limerick Voice.
Benjamin is a sports reporter for the Limerick Voice. He spent the past year as an intern at Sporting Limerick and on Erasmus at the University of Texas, sharpening both his writing skills and his overall understanding of the sports media landscape. His main interests are rugby, golf, football and American football.
Kevin is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice.
Joe is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice.
Danielle is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice. Being a Limerick native with a huge interest in music and movies, she hopes to shed light on local musicians and filmmakers in Limerick. Prior to her MA in Journalism, Danielle formerly studied Liberal Arts at Limerick College of Further Education, which then led to a degree in English, Digital Culture & Communications at UL.
Taylor is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice. Prior to her MA in Journalism, she received a BA in English with double minors in Creative Writing and Writing & Rhetoric from the State University of New York at Fredonia. Taylor has a passion for wildlife, women's rights and crime reporting.
Alison is a sports reporter for the Limerick Voice.
Conor is a sports reporter for the Limerick Voice. He is a Meath native with a BA degree in Football Studies with Business and wants to combine an interest in the economics of football with a long-term interest in podcasting and sports journalism, creating a market for the two. Conor is also passionate about rock music and film.
Niamh is a news reporter with the Limerick Voice. Having previously interned at a PR agency, she is excited to get out of her comfort zone and try her hand at reporting.
Emma is a news reporter with the Limerick Voice. She has a BA in Writing and Literature, and is a big fan of traveling and culture. She is currently living in Abu Dhabi where she is teaching English, and has previously lived in Paris and Switzerland. Emma recently had a feature interview with an award-winning poet published in the Irish Independent.
Jodie is Deputy Social Media Manager for the Limerick Voice. Her experience lies largely in freelance print and online journalism, having recently completed a six-month stint with award winning showbiz news site, Goss.ie. While this is her first time in a senior social media position, she's excited to bring the Limerick Voice to a new audience on social media, drawing experience from social media success on her personal accounts.
Rebecca is Deputy Podcast Editor for the Limerick Voice. Her previous experience includes working with Spin SouthWest, where she was lucky enough to host her own podcast entitled ‘Spin Sessions’. She brings skills in radio, broadcasting and audio editing, as well as a huge passion for the power of the voice.
Jack is a news reporter with the Limerick Voice. He is a native of County Kerry and has a love for writing and his adoptive home of Limerick. Having written for newspapers such as the Kerryman and Corkman while also obtaining PR experience, his main interests will be in local news, feature and culture writing.
Ellen is Newspaper and Deputy Digital Editor for the Limerick Voice. Print journalism is her passion, though she has also dabbled in radio and online journalism too. She recently completed her internship with Hot Press, the legendary Irish music, entertainment, politics and pop culture magazine. Having written extensively on all these subjects and more, she's excited to now be a part of the Limerick Voice team.
Rachel is Digital Editor and Deputy Newspaper Editor of the Limerick Voice. She comes to the role from I Love Limerick, where she worked first as a correspondent and later as Editor and Student Manager. Rachel also works in social media management, handling full-time clients and working on contracts across Limerick City.
James is Sports Editor for the Limerick Voice. He has previous experience in this role with the University of Limerick's student paper, An Focal, where he helmed the section for two years. James is excited to showcase his love for sports, and others are relieved that he can write about it instead of boring them with 20-minute monologues... unless the podcast team set him loose.
Caleb is Podcast Editor for the Limerick Voice. Before becoming a student, he worked in advertising, marketing and event management. He has a keen interest in sports, politics, arts and culture.
Alison is Features Editor for the Limerick Voice. With a keen interest in promoting Limerick’s up-and-coming artists, musicians and entrepreneurs, she intends to use her position to promote the wonderful talent Limerick has to offer.
Aislinn is Business and Agriculture Editor for the Limerick Voice. Her experience includes working as researcher for Limerick’s Live 95FM, as a member of the editorial team for An Focal and as a staff journalist with The Nationalist in her native Tipperary. As a keen writer, her main topics of interest include the climate, politics and food security.
Ciara is Arts and Culture Editor for the Limerick Voice. She brings a combination of experience, passion, and love for all things arts in Limerick and beyond.
Sean is Video and Pictures Editor for the Limerick Voice. He has experience in filming and editing video as a multi-media and multi-faceted intern at the Limerick Post. He has a keen interest in covering Politics, Sports and Music.
James is Picture and Audio-Visual Editor for the Limerick Voice. He has experience freelancing for local newspapers in Limerick and Tipperary while also editing and directing films for Fresh International Film Festival. His main news interests are sports, crime, and film & television.
Aishlin is the Social Media Manager for the Limerick Voice. She draws on her experience from previously interning at Galway’s lifestyle magazine GALWAYnow and managing several other platforms in the past 18 months. She looks forward to connecting with the audience, covering local events, and exposing new and old followers to interesting and engaging stories covered by her colleagues.
Cillian is a News Reporter for the Limerick Voice. He also works in outreach at Wired 99.9FM, Limerick's college radio station, with whom he previously volunteered for years, working on projects such as the Sexuality & Intimacy Art Podcast (SNAP), a European podcast that has brought him everywhere from Paris to Belgrade. Prior to his MA, Cillian was head co-ordinator of the inaugural Limerick Media & Arts Conference 2021, as well as teaching several entry level radio journalism courses. Cillian previously studied Media & Communications and Politics at MIC.
Siadbh is Deputy Sports Editor for the Limerick Voice. Her previous experience includes interviewing many rugby and GAA players across the country, while also writing about niche sports. Siadbh's main focus for this year's Limerick Voice will be women's sports, with a keen emphasis on why they struggle to succeed in Ireland.
Ellen is a News Reporter for the Limerick Voice. As she is pursuing her undergraduate degree in Journalism and Politics, her reporting will focus mainly on politics and social affairs. However, there will be some sports coverage thrown in there too, as she is a rugby fan at heart.
Erin is on the Social Media Team of the Limerick Voice. She has worked as an intern for Flirt FM, Galway City's award-winning student, community and alternative radio station, where she hosted a weekly show of her own as Gaeilge. She has experience tweaking their social media as well as managing her own accounts, which have a collective following of over 80,000.
Ríona is a news and features reporter for the Limerick Voice. She began working with the Irish Sun as an intern in May 2021 before being promoted to reporter in January 2022 - where she continues writing stories. Ríona hopes to bring a voice to the people of Limerick through informative news stories and features.
Ann is a news reporter for the Limerick Voice. Having completed an internship with I Love Limerick, she has experience writing both news and feature pieces - something she is excited to continue with the Limerick Voice.
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