Limerick Voice editor Nicole Glennon with journalism course director Kathryn Hayes, Limerick Leader editor Eugene Phelan and Professor Helen Kelly Holmes, Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Picture: Arthur Ellis Congratulations to our fourth year and MA students of Journalism at University of Limerick, who this week launched the 2019 edition of Limerick Voice… Continue reading UL Journalism students launch 2019 edition of Limerick Voice newspaper
University of Limerick Journalism and New Media graduate Aisling Moloney, who has joined RTÉ’s news2day team University of Limerick Journalism and New Media graduate Aisling Moloney, has turned TV presenter as the newest addition to the RTÉ news2day team. News2day is RTÉ’s news television programme designed specifically for children, featuring Irish and international news of interest to a… Continue reading University of Limerick graduate joins RTÉ news2day team
Hilary McGann graduated from the BA in Journalism and New Media in 2015, and now works with CNN International. Hilary discusses her time at the University of Limerick here: Hilary McGann now works at CNN International Why did you choose this course? I have always been interested in current affairs, geopolitics, and how people are… Continue reading Graduate Profile – Hilary McGann, BA in Journalism and New Media
Mark Boylan Mark Boylan, from Banagher, Co. Offaly, is a 4th year student studying BA in Journalism and New Media at the University of Limerick. Here he talks about his time in UL: Why did you chose UL? There is no campus in the country which can compete with UL’s brilliant base and the strong… Continue reading Our students: Mark Boylan, Journalism and New Media
UL journalism students have secured a record number of nominations in the National Student Media Awards. Limerick Voice, which was named newspaper of the year in 2018, has been nominated for the third year running in a number of different categories including: Newspaper of the Year Layout and Design Website of the Year Frances Watkins,… Continue reading UL Journalism students receive 17 nominations in National Media Awards
A tribute to palliative care nurses, two stories highlighting the importance of defibrillators and a focus on 'Ireland's national card game', 25, are among the videos produced by University of Limerick students for this year's annual video journalism prize. The competition is part of an ongoing partnership between UL and the Irish Examiner in which content… Continue reading UL Journalism students’ videos shortlisted for competition
This winter, Journalism and New Media graduate, Paul Saunders, has been working as English Editor of Digital Communication at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018 in South Korea (Twitter: @pyeongchang2018). The Boston Globe profiled the people behind the best twitter accounts at the Winter Olympics this weekend and Paul was among them: Background: A journalist from Ireland,… Continue reading UL Journalism graduate profiled by the Boston Globe for his work at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018
By Róisín Duffy So I know that the nagging question in your head right now is 'Róisín, what made you choose UL??' Well, to tell you the truth, when I was in sixth year UL was literally nowhere near my radar. I knew I wanted to do journalism, but I had my heart set on Dublin.… Continue reading Loving Journalism at UL!