Bursary helps Skye take first steps in journalism career

A young local radio presenter has won a bursary from the Royal Television Society to help her take her first steps in a journalism career.

By
Mark Dowie
Monday, 25th July 2022, 12:00pm
Bursary helps Skye take first steps in journalism career

The funding will help to support Skye McCord, a presenter with Radio North Angus, when she begins her studies at Robert Gordon's University in Aberdeen.

The bursary is one of 25 available for young people who appear to be promising future professional broadcasters, and includes a six- week secondment to STV. Skye has worked with RNA since 2017 and currently presents the Cereal Sounds breakfast programme on Mondays

She said: "RNA has contributed greatly in assisting me to be granted this award. I’m thoroughly enjoying my time with the station which I would recommend to anyone who wishes a care er in broadcasting, or who just wants the pleasure of being on air.”

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