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RTÉ Radio Cork

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RTÉ Radio Cork
CityCork, Ireland
Frequency89.1 MHz and 729 kHz[1]
Programming
Language(s)English
Irish
Albanian[2]
Ownership
OwnerRTÉ
History
First air date
1976
Last air date
2000
Technical information
ERP10 kW
Transmitter coordinates
51°53′46″N 8°28′06″W / 51.895979°N 8.468332°W / 51.895979; -8.468332

RTÉ Radio Cork, also known as RTÉ Cork Local Radio and Cork 89FM, was a local radio station in the Republic of Ireland serving Cork City.[3][4][5][6]

The FM signal spilled into Ballincollig and Carrigaline, but the rest of County Cork had to rely on the medium wave signal.

It was shut down in 2000.[7][8]

History

Radio broadcasting in Cork began in 1927 with 6CK, which operated primarily as a local relay for the Dublin-based 2RN, but also produced some of its own content.

RTÉ Cork Local Radio was established on 2 March 1974[9] as an opt-out service which operated for a limited number of hours per week, relaying the national service (RTÉ Radio 1) at other times. The service was popular but had its hands tied by the limited number of local hours it could output, before reverting the Dublin feed.[10]

In 1989, RTÉ Cork Local Radio was rebranded as "Cork 89FM."[11]

It became "RTÉ Radio Cork" in 1994.[12]

It was closed in 2000 due to low audience share.[13]

Programmes

One of the most prominent broadcasts was the soap opera Under the Goldie Fish. The title referred to the gilded fish which acts as a weather vane atop the Church of St Anne, Shandon.[14]

Other people

See also

References

  1. ^ "corkradio/radplan". geocities.ws. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Morning Ireland: RTÉ Radio Cork launches service for ethnic Albanians Ethnic Albanians living in Ireland got their own radio service last night, when RTÉ Radio Cork launched a series of special programmes for them last night. The service will provide refugees with up-to-date information, in their own language, on what is happening back home". www.rte.ie.
  3. ^ "UCC Research Profiles: Caroline Fennell, Law". research.ucc.ie. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  4. ^ Selby, M. (1997). Careers in Television and Radio. Kogan Page. p. 12. ISBN 9780749424213. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  5. ^ "Adventures in RealAudio".
  6. ^ Dennis, E.C. (2009). International Telecommunications Law [2009] - II. Lulu Enterprises Incorporated. p. 204. ISBN 9780557090457. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  7. ^ "RTE warned not to 'dumb down' over ratings war - Independent.ie".
  8. ^ "RTE Radio Cork - Peoples Republic Of Cork Discussion Forums". www.peoplesrepublicofcork.com.
  9. ^ Kealy, Alacoque (1981). "Irish Radio Data: 1926-1980".
  10. ^ Sterling, Christopher H. (2 December 2003). Encyclopedia of Radio 3-Volume Set. ISBN 9781135456481.
  11. ^ Dennis, Editor Campbell (3 August 2009). International Telecommunications Law [2009] - II. ISBN 9780557090457.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  12. ^ "Cork 89FM - The Blackpool Sentinel". theblackpoolsentinel.wordpress.com.
  13. ^ Kelly, Mary; Mazzoleni, Gianpietro; McQuail, Denis (31 January 2004). The Media in Europe: The Euromedia Handbook. ISBN 9780761941323.
  14. ^ "VIDEO: Do you remember RTÉ Radio Cork?". 31 May 2015.
  15. ^ "This much I know: Michael Corcoran". 17 March 2012.
  16. ^ "Missing Persons in the Dictionary of Irish Biography – Vincent Hanley". 24 February 2016.
  17. ^ "MARTY MORRISSEY NAMED CORK PERSON OF THE MONTH". www.vsopublicationsltd.ie.
  18. ^ Costello, Shane. "'Martin is known for being sensitive to criticism' - Tony O'Donoghue on covering Ireland for 20 years".
  19. ^ Archives, RTÉ (5 July 2012). "RTÉ Archives". stillslibrary.rte.ie.
  20. ^ Archives, RTÉ (5 July 2012). "RTÉ Archives". stillslibrary.rte.ie.

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