Una Mullally

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Crunch time for the Irish indie music scene

As Phantom changes utterly, what happens to the indie music scene?

Wed, Feb 26, 2014, 11:05

   

With the alternative music station Phantom laying off staff, and changing the structure of the station dramatically, there’s been a lot of discussion about the future of the station and what that means for alliterative radio in general, like this insightful piece from Jim Carroll.

The good people over at Irish Times video made this video report on what the impact of the changes at Phantom could be.

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