Type

Journal Article

Authors

Anne O'Brien
Páraic Kerrigan

Subjects

Journalism & Mass Media

Topics
sound irish lgbt community radio ireland openness radio broadcasting standards irish radio

“Openness through Sound”: Dualcasting on Irish LGBT Radio (2018)

Abstract This article explores how Ireland’s first LGBT radio station, Open FM, attempted to offer LGBT radio in a heteronormative media landscape. It uses semi-structured interviews with two of the stations founders as well as posts from online LGBT message bulletin boards to argue how Open FM ultimately became ambivalent about its LGBT status and adopted a dualcasting strategy. Despite its ambitions to be a community-led radio station for Ireland's LGBT community, the dualcasting strategy of the station framed many of its endeavors between the mainstream standards of radio broadcasting and the community of interest that their licence claimed to serve.
Collections Ireland -> Maynooth University -> Type = Article
Ireland -> Maynooth University -> Status = Published
Ireland -> Maynooth University -> Academic Unit = Faculty of Arts,Celtic Studies and Philosophy: School of English, Media & Theatre Studies: Media Studies

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Anne O'Brien, Páraic Kerrigan

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