Jim Fahy, former editor of Western RTÉ, has died at the age of 75 after a short illness.
Monga Irish Examiner reports, was a radio presenter who had been in the area for a long time when he retired on New Year Eve, 2011.
Mr. Fahy began his journalistic career with the Tuam Herald and moved to the early 1970s broadcast.
RTÉ said it “recorded the changes” of western Irish life with its words being “similar” to the region for many years.
For many years Fahy covered a wide range of topics from his Looking West radio program on rural Ireland in the late 20th and early 20th centuries, going on his long journeys covering the lives of those affected. and famine, war, and poverty. .
In the late 90’s, he traveled to Somalia with former President Mary Robinson and was one of the first journalists in Europe to reach New York after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
For nearly 40 years its domestic publications also included the Knock airport construction campaign, the controversial Corrib Gas project in Mayo as well as domestic and sports events in western Ireland.
He is survived by his wife, Christina, and their children and grandchildren
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