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Cannon welcomes funding for Tuam Babies documentary

Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has welcomed the allocation of €5.991m under the Sound & Vision 3 Broadcasting Funding Scheme to 126 radio and television projects, among them a feature length documentary on the Tuam Babies, to be entitled Limbo.

Share your views on the future of Irish broadcasting

The people of Westmeath have a chance to share their views on the future of broadcasting in Ireland over the coming weeks by participating in a public consultation organised by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI).

Call for Mayo people to share their views on the future of broadcasting

The people of County Mayo have a chance to share their views on the future of broadcasting in Ireland over the coming weeks by participating in a public consultation organised by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI). The consultation is aimed at informing the BAI’s strategy statement for the next three years.

Midwest Radio signs 10-year broadcasting deal

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) this week signed a ten-year contract for a sound broadcasting service for the County Mayo franchise area, operated by Midwest Radio.

BAI issues rules on food advertising to children during daytime shows

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The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has issued revised versions of its General and Children’s Commercial Communications Codes. The Codes have been updated to include rules to be applied to the promotion of High Fat, Salt and Sugar (HFSS) food to children. The rules will come into effect on September 2 and will apply to all radio and television broadcasters regulated in the Republic of Ireland. Commercial communications include advertising, sponsorship and other forms of commercial announcements.

Claremorris Radio receives BAI funding

Claremorris Community Radio has been awarded funding from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI), to make four documentaries and series over the coming months.

BAI launches investigation into RTÉ’s handling of defamatory Prime Time programme

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced that it is to conduct an inquiry into an RTÉ programme which defamed Ahascragh priest, Fr Kevin Reynolds.

Radio Kilkenny may return if new license is granted

Kilkenny Communications Co-Operative Society Limited expects to hear shortly from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland if their application for a 30-day Pilot Community Radio Licence has been successful.

Community Radio Kilkenny seeks 30-day licence

The emergence of a new community radio service for Kilkenny City and its environs has moved a step closer, delegates attending last week’s AGM of Kilkenny Communications Co-Operative Society Limited, otherwise known as ‘Radio Kilkenny,’ were told.

Westport radio group to meet broadcasting authority

Plans to progress a Westport community radio station are advancing well as the steering committee behind the venture is now set to meet with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

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