Emma Nolan takes over Beat 102-103’s Takeover

Beat 102-103 has announced the latest addition to the station’s full-time presenter line-up as Waterford native Emma Nolan has taken over presenting duties of the “Top 7@7” and “The Takeover” each weekday evening from 7pm.

Emma, aged 22, from Ballyduff Upper has been working with the market leading regional station for 18 months across both news and weekend programming departments. She will take up her new position from next Monday, September 14th.

Former presenter of The Takeover Luke O’Faolain has left the station to replace Fergal D’arcy on iRadio, following D’arcy’s move to Today FM.

Head of Station Sound, Niall Power, said:

“The Takeover on Beat has been the Launchpad for some of the most exciting Irish radio talent in recent years. Previous presenters include Beat 102-103’s current prime time Beat at Work presenter Dave Cronin, Teresanne O’Reilly, Martin Guilfoyle and Luke O’Faolain. They are all making serious waves in the industry in their respective roles and we’re really delighted to bring more exciting new talent into the industry and onto the airwaves!”

Emma said:

“I’m thrilled to be getting the chance to continue the super-popular Top 7@7 and Takeover machine. It’s a HUGE step in my presenting career and a whole new challenge I can’t wait to take on. I’m really looking forward to counting down the biggest tunes in the South East and connecting with listeners across all platforms on the Takeover.”

Beat C.E.O. and Programme Director, Gabrielle Cummins said:

“Here at Beat 102-103 we pride ourselves on recruiting and nurturing talent. Emma has demonstrated great on-air versatility in such a short time period, she is a welcome addition to our weekday line-up and I have no doubt our 162,000 weekly listeners will enjoy Emma’s fresh, energetic and importantly warm presentation style.”

The Top 7@7 and Takeover airs Monday to Thursday from 7pm on Beat 102-103.



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