Sinead Ni Mhordha has joined Radio NOVA to become the new presenter of ‘NOVA Nights’. Sinead is well known for her work at FM104, 2FM and the former Phantom FM (now TXFM). She has written for Hot Press magazine and Triple J’s Magazine in Australia and presented television for RTÉ 2, TTV, Irish Music Television and Australia’s BalconyTV. In addition, she has be a contributer to RTÉ 2FM’s Dave Fanning show as a singles reviewer and on RTÉ Radio 1’s Arena as an album reviewer and movie critic.
She will now present NOVA Nights, the nightly music programme on the station. NOVA Nights features ‘Nothing But The 80s’, the Classic Album at Midnight and Nova’s usual popular mix of guitar-based music spanning five decades, along with interaction from listeners.
NOVA’s CEO & Programme Director, Kevin Branigan, said: “I’m really pleased to welcome Sinead to the team. She’s brimming with energy, very passionate about the music we play and brings a fresh approach to NOVA Nights, which will help us grow our audience in 2015”.
Sinead Ni Mhordha says, “I’m a music aficionado and love radio! I am so excited to join the team at Radio NOVA.It can’t get any better than this! It is such a professionally run organisation with such ambitious plans. I’m blown away by everyone’s enthusiasm for music and what they do for the station, not to mention the enthusiasm of the listeners. Radio NOVA is such a fun and entertaining station and it’s great to see how popular the station is! “.
Ni Mhordha takes up the reigns at NOVA Nights after long-time presenter Dee Woods moved to co-present the station’s ‘Morning Glory’ breakfast show with husband Marty Miller in September. The show has not had a full-time presenter since then. “I was determined to find the right presenter after Dee’s move – and we have. Sinead is a great addition to our team; we’re working hard to grow our evening audience figures and Sinead’s involvement in both our on-air programming and content output through our new national music website, Nova.ie, and Nova smartphone apps, will help us accomplish this”, says Branigan.
Sinead can be heard on Radio NOVA every evening from 7pm. NOVA broadcasts to Dublin, Kildare, Meath & Wicklow on 100.3, 100.5 and 95.7 FM.
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