Alan Meaney has worked with sound for many years in many different aspects. Currently working as an independent radio and podcast producer, presenter and trainer, he is also an accomplished sound recordist and editor. Alan is fascinated by sound, and is open to collaborating on new audio projects.
Alan’s radio dramas have been nominated for Irish and European Radio Drama Festival Awards. These include Grand Prix Nova radio drama awards in Bucharest in 2014 and 2015, “The Winter’s Tales” Festival; the first UK International Radio Drama Festival in Kent in 2015, Leipziger Hörspielsommer audio drama festival in 2015, and The UK International Radio Drama Festival in 2017 and 2018. Heads Up (co-produced with Mary Owens), a series on positive mental health was the winner of CRAOL Awards 2016 – Distinction in the category of Commissioned Programming. A Pilot’s Honour won Bronze in the radio drama category at the IMRO Radio Awards 2018.
The Vampires of Killaspleen was shortlisted for the IMRO Radio Awards 2019.
His first RTE Documentary on One ‘In Tom Crean’s Footsteps’ aired on RTE Radio One in August 2017. Reverberations, a 6 part poetry series and Pod Only Knows, a series about podcasts featured on RTE Radio One Extra in 2017. Two of his radio dramas were broadcast on Newstalk 106-108FM and Independent’s Day, a 10 part music documentary series was broadcast on RTE 2XM and RTE Radio One in 2019. Reverberations series 2 also featured on RTE Radio One Extra in 2019.
He was the production manager for Galway’s Flirt FM for 3 years and continues to produce and present Grounded a weekly music show for the station. He was head of production at Athlone Community Radio for 5 years. He was membership officer for AIRPI – Association of Independent Radio Producers Ireland for 3 years.
Alan can produce podcasts for your event, business or organisation. He provides editing, audio cleanup, transcription, show notes, equipment suggestions with fast turnaround times on projects.
Contact Alan about your podcast today.
Alan is a certified QQI accredited trainer and has designed and implemented specific training courses for staff, volunteers and community groups. He is available to provide training courses to individuals or groups in podcasting, sound recording and editing, social media and preparation for media interviews.
Alan has previously created sound design and composed music for theatre and has worked in the film & television fields. He can design ambience, sound effects, VO and dialogue for your short film, play, animation or computer game.
Alan has received Sound & Vision funding from the BAI over thirty times in 9 years for various different projects. He is available as a consultant for advice on Sound & Vision, Arts Council, Culture Ireland and other funding applications.