Meet our new members of staff!

Our new Studio Executives began work this week, over the course of the next few weeks you’ll get to meet them in person, but for now, they’d like to introduce themselves…

Hey!! My name is Niall Martin and I will be one of your Studio Executives for this semester. I’m a 3rd year Arts student in Mary I, studying English and Media. I first got involved with Wired as a volunteer in 2014 and I absolutely loved it! I presented Thursday Night Tunes and Drive time in the past two years and I have a particular interest in sport and music, I hope you all have a great semester! If you have any problems or anything, feel free to ask me. I’m always here to help!!



My name is Rebecca O’ Sullivan and I’m the Wired FM studio executive for the coming Rebeccaacademic year. I’ve been an active volunteer with the station for the past two years. During 2015/16 I was part of the current affairs show ‘Wired In’, which won a Craol award. I’m also hugely interested in up and coming Irish bands. Feel free to stop and chat to me anytime, I’m here to help! If you want to get involved in the station in anyway possible or even wish to highlight a topic you think we should cover, contact me anytime!




I’m Dylan Doocey. I’m a 21 year old media student at the institute of technology Tralee. I was Chairperson of BangFm and networking rep for our college.My greatest achievement was winning Charity event of the year last year at the USI awards for Bangfm’s Mental Health event. I have a strong love for radio and I grew up listening to Opie and Anthony and Ray Foley.I love all genres of music from 50 cent to Garth Brooks. 






Hey! My name is Ellen Hayes and I’m a third year Irish and Media student in Mary I. I have always had an interest in broadcasting and in the Irish language. Since getting involved with Wired FM I have produced Irish language shows and also worked on Irish segments during outside broadcasts. In the past I have worked on an Irish language show for Cork City Community Radio and have published articles as Gaeilge in the Evening Echo.