Tune in: ITTFM goes global with new digital platform

By Mary Dennehy 

IT TALLAGHT radio is back broadcasting this week, with the award-winning station this year streaming online in the hope of bringing their sound to a global audience.

Starting tomorrow, Monday, March 12, ITTFM will broadcast daily from 11am to 7pm until this Friday, March 16.

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Students getting a bit of practice in before station launch day this Monday

While some of the traditional favourites will be returning, such as the Drivetime slot at 5pm, this year will feature some new content including Campus Insider – a guest-driven show that will discuss academic affairs, both locally and nationally.

There’ll also be special interest shows from clubs and societies and much more.

Speaking with The Echo, Saoirse Schad, ITTFM chairperson, said: “This year ITTFM is moving to the internet, streaming from Twitch.com, bringing a variety of content to the airwaves from music to chat shows to light entertainment, all produced and run by the students of IT Tallaght. 

“Featuring giveaways and competitions all throughout the week, the station’s aim is to entertain and inform not only the students and locals of Tallaght, but to extend our reach to a potentially global audience through our new digital platform.”

Visit the ITTFM Facebook page for more. 

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