Member Profile


Alan Meaney

Alan Meaney has worked with sound for many years in many different aspects. Currently working as an independent radio producer, he specialises in radio drama and documentaries and is an accomplished sound recordist and editor. He has received Sound & Vision funding from the BAI many times for various different projects and is available as a consultant for advice on these and other funding applications.

His radio dramas have been nominated for European Radio Drama Awards and Heads Up: a series on positive mental health was the winner of CRAOL Awards 2016 – Distinction in the category of Commissioned Programming.

Alan also works as Studio Coordinator at RTE. Here he works for RTE JR (Winner Radio Station of Year 2016 Celtic Media Awards) and Documentary on One in both editorial and operational roles.

He was the production manager for Galway’s Flirt FM for 3 years and continues to produce and present Feed Me Weird Things; a weekly electronic/leftfield music show for the station. He was head of production at Athlone Community Radio for 5 years. He is membership officer for AIRPI – Association of Independent Radio Producers Ireland.

Alan is a certified FETAC/QQI accredited trainer and has designed and implemented specific training courses for staff, volunteers and community groups. He has previously created sound design and composed music for theatre and has worked in the film & television fields. Alan is fascinated by sound, and is open to collaborating on new audio projects.


Skills:

Radio Drama, Radio Documentary, Radio Features, Short Docs, Sound Editing, Field Recording, Tape Syncs, Grant Writing, Music Programming


Works in:

Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Clare, Mayo


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