Media

Altruism Ireland

Altruism Ireland is a technological charity and our primary purpose is to reduce the high costs associated with fundraising by delivering a free platform for fundraising and donating; building trust into charity-giving through introducing transparency metrics into the charity sector; and offering free digital education to Irish charities to help them take advantage of the opportunities offered by new innovative technologies.

Changing Ireland

Changing Ireland aims to enable projects to network more effectively and to assist in promoting the profile of the Community Development Programme and of community development in general.

It is intended to be readable and interesting and written by community workers in various parts of the country - so that it reflects the experience of tackling poverty and exclusion at community level.

CRAOL - Community Radio Forum of Ireland

Craol is the representative, co-ordinating, lobbying, training, and support group, for the Irish Community Radio movement.

Every week, across Ireland, 2000 Community radio volunteers engage with an estimated 170,000 listeners in 20 fully licensed stations and 42 aspirant stations at different stages of development. Community Radio is a rapidly growing broadcasting sector and a force for community development, identity, and expression.

Dublin Community Television

DCTV is a not-for-profit cooperative

It is licensed by the BAI and broadcast on Virgin Media. DCTV is run by a voluntary Committee of Management on behalf of its Members

The key aims are

To develop and run a community television channel for Dublin and surrounding areas with the following goals:

Empowerment.

Fingal Film Festival

MISSION STATEMENT The mission of Fingal Film Festival is to provide a quality venue, encouraging and promoting the works of local film community and National, International emerging filmmakers. The mission of the festival is "to enable the international film community and the general public to experience the power of film by redefining the film festival experience." We have one of the fastest youngest populations in Ireland, and geographically central to some of the leading media training colleges.

Fresh Film

Founded in 1997 as the Irish School’s Video Competition, Fresh Film was originally a schools competition for secondary students. It has since grown into a year round organisation with a focus on national and international filmmakers spanning the primary and secondary age groups. ‘Fresh International Film Festival’ now includes ‘Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards `, which constitute three sections – Junior (7-12 years) – Senior (12- 18 years) – The International (7-19 years). Each section is open to individual filmmakers, schools, youth and community groups.

Headline.ie

Headline is Ireland's national media monitoring programme, working to promote responsible and accurate coverage of mental health and suicide related issues within the Irish media.

Headline aims to highlight mental health issues and address the stigma attached to emotional distress, suicidal behaviour and mental illness through the promotion of responsible media coverage.

Indymedia

The Independent Media Centre Network is a network of collectively run media outlets for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of the truth.

We work out of a love and inspiration for people who continue to work for a better world, despite corporate media's distortions and unwillingness to cover the efforts to free humanity.

Liffey Sound FM

Liffey Sound FM is a not-for-profit Community Radio service run by volunteers which was granted a five year license in 2006 to serve the Community of Lucan and its environs. 

Liffey Sound FM is committed to serving its community irrespective of creed, class, colour or race; to giving a voice to those not served by the mainstream broadcasting services; to educating, informing and inspiring people in our community and to promoting a sense of community and civic pride.

Website: Liffey Sound FM

Near90fm

Near90fm is an BCI licensed, communally owned, not-for-profit media project. It is operated by a democratic co-operative, open to all organisations and individuals in Dublin North-East.

Programming incorporates a positive emphasis on areas such as facilitating and supporting community development, providing access and providing a platform to a wide range of local groups.