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RTÉ have announced that their Roadshow will arrive in Leitrim on December 10 2001.
The national broadcasters will hold a Public Meeting on the Future of Broadcasting in Ireland in the Landmark Hotel, Carrick-On-Shannon at 7.30pm.
The Public Meeting, chaired by Miriam O'Callaghan, will feature a panel of top RTÉ management, including the Director-General, Bob Collins. The panel will invite questions from the public on RTÉ, and Irish broadcasting in general.
North-West correspondent, Eileen Magnier will lead the group of RTÉ personalities on the night, which will include the popular Donncha Ó Dulaing of Fáilte Isteach; Damien O'Reilly, Farm News; Pat de Buitléir, reporter with Primetime and Léargas; and Niall Cogley, Deputy Head of Television Sport.
RTÉ will also hold a competition on the night. Prizes include a set of tickets to the ‘Late Late Show’, a walk-on part in RTÉ soap ‘Fair City’ and a tour of the Radio Centre.
Admission is free and refreshments will be served following the discussion. All are welcome. Those wishing to attend should telephone, RTÉ Public Affairs on Tel: 1850 223 224 for tickets. (CD)
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