Wie trouwde met Noel Curran?

Eimear Quinn huwde Noel Curran .

Noel Curran

Beschrijving in Nederlands, Vlaams niet gevonden, we hebben alleen een beschrijving in Engels:

Noel Curran (born 13 November 1967) has been the Director-General of the European Broadcasting Union since October 2017. He previously served as the Director-General of RTÉ (Ireland's National Broadcaster) from 2011 to 2016. He has worked in the Editorial, Management and Commercial areas of media.

The European Broadcasting Union is the largest alliance of public service media organisations in the world. It represents 115 media companies in 56 countries. It is based in Geneva but has offices in New York, Washington, Moscow, Brussels, Singapore, Rome and Beijing. As well as representing the interests of public service media internationally the EBU provides a worldwide news service to its members, purchases international sports rights for its members, provides live classical and jazz concerts, provides a technology and innovation service, a media research unit and a range of television and radio content. The EBU also operates an independent commercial subsidiary Eurovision Services, which provides distribution and production of large sporting events around the world. Curran is Chair of Eurovision Services. He is the first Irish national to be Director General of the EBU.

Previously he was Director General at Ireland's national broadcaster RTE. According to RTE's Annual Report 2015 the Director-General was responsible for 2000 staff, four TV channels, four radio stations, RTÉ Digital output, two orchestras, Ireland's transmission Network (2RN) and 334 million Euro in revenue. According to the report 155m Euro of that revenue was generated through commercial activity, which means that, as a percentage of total income, commercial income is higher at RTÉ than at most other European Public Service Media organisations.

 
 
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Eimear Quinn

Eimear Quinn

Eimear Quinn (Dublin, 18 december 1972) is een Ierse zangeres.

In 1996 won ze voor Ierland het Eurovisiesongfestival met het lied The voice. Die overwinning was opmerkelijk, daar The voice een vrij ontoegankelijk Keltisch nummer is, gebaseerd op de traditionele Ierse sean-nós-gezangen. Quinn zong met een kristalheldere sopraanstem, begeleid door folkinstrumenten zoals de harp, tin-whistle en bodhrán.

Voor haar deelname aan het songfestival zong Eimear Quinn bij de groep Anúna. Na haar zege bracht ze de mini-cd Winter, Fire & Snow uit en nam ze met de Vlaamse zanger Will Tura het duet De zee/The Sea op. Daarna concentreerde ze zich op haar muziekstudies in Dublin. Pas in 2001 bracht ze een eerste soloalbum uit, Through The Lens of a Tear, een compilatie van esotherische nummers geïnspireerd door de Ierse legende van Tristan en Isolde. Op dat album werd ook de titelsong uit de Vlaamse reeks Stille Waters opgenomen.

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