For transparency, Why Not Her? wishes to inform its community and the general public that we have reached over 100 signatures on our UpLift Petition that were needed to contact those mentioned below who are in power within Ireland to enact serious changes that can better the situation for Irish creatives in the music industry … Continue reading Open Letter to President Higgins, the BAI, Minister Martin & Irish radio.
We can finally reveal the update on Nationwide radio support within Irish Radio since the publishing of the Gender Disparity Radio Data Report.In late June, while Ireland was gearing up to return to some semblance of normality, many people were hoping that the pandemic would remain the major news story of the year. This wasn’t … Continue reading Rte 2FM & Spin 103.8 Become The Agents of Change on Irish Radio Towards Gender Parity
We are delighted to announce that after talks with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, despite the station not being in the overall Gender Disparity Report (as there was no available data from the station to draw from) they have been super supportive and active in getting to us a recent study done by the station and … Continue reading RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta are committed to continuing to ensure that women get a fair representation in the music they play!
In June 2020 the Gender Disparity Data Report on Irish radio was published. It sent ripples of shock through the Music Industry as it showed the disparity that exists across the country on Irish radio towards female acts and bands. Barely any stations, bar Rte radio 1, had any kind of gender balance when it … Continue reading Rte 2FM Become Leading Game-changers in Irish Radio to support Female Irish Acts and Acts of Diversity
GENUINELY – from the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank all our supporters in the press – online and in print – who have ran articles on this very important Data Report, including podcasters who have had us on to speak as no radio station has invited us on yet (would you believe it?!). You are … Continue reading WHAT THE MEN IN IRELAND’S MUSIC INDUSTRY HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE GENDER DISPARITY REPORT ON IRISH RADIO