This from Patrick Quinn at Glasgow Caledonian University:
Glasgow Caledonian University is working in partnership with Celtic Music Radio to broadcast live from Celtic Connections 2014.
Following on from a very successful collaboration in 2013, Audio Technology students will be manning the outside broadcast facilities at Adelaide’s church which allow Celtic Music Radio to broadcast interviews, live sessions and the famous Danny Kyle Open Stage over the two weeks of the festival.
Starting on Friday 17th January, the daily broadcasts from 10.00am to 6.00pm allow around 15 students from all four years of the BSc(Hons) Audio Technology with Electronics to gain valuable hands on experience at the world’s largest Celtic music festival.
Gordon Hotchkiss, Programme Director for Celtic Music Radio said, “We are delighted to have the students from Glasgow Caledonian University helping us out again this year. Although students, each and everyone was a pleasure to work with and all very professional”