Eamonn Mallie - Journalist and broadcaster

Eamonn Mallie - Journalist and broadcaster

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Eamonn Mallie

Born in South Armagh in 1950 to Eileen and Michael Mallie, one of a family of six, 4 boys and 2 girls, Eamonn was educated in Newry at Abbey CBS Grammar. He graduated from Trinity College Dublin 1974 in Gaelic and Spanish (also speaks French).

He worked as a researcher in Irish Language for RTE and trained as a radio current affairs producer for the BBC in Belfast.  He joined Downtown Radio in 1976 as a reporter and became political correspondent in the 80’s.
He hit the headlines in 1981 arising from a number of stories of international interest.

In 1989, he formed his own company Eamonn Mallie News Services.


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