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Westport community radio WRFM 98.2 is in the process of the station’s third FM broadcast licence application to the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Unfortunately, part of the application process requires the station to cease FM transmission on its 98.2 wavelength. This will commence on Sunday October 20. In total the station will only be off FM for two full weekends. WRFM would like to point out that this will not involve the station’s broadcasting on the internet, where it is business as usual.
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).
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.
Food For Thought a new radio series set to broadcast on RTE Radio 1 Extra will tell the story of Paw Shee Hta, a woman from the Karen ethnic community, who settled in Mayo with her family six years ago. The Karen have become a familiar sight in Mayo over recent years and the programme reveals something of their remarkable journey from Myanmar, formerly Burma, to Mayo.
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.
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.
Fifteen local people who have written poetry, some of them volunteers and staff with Athlone Community Radio share their poetry during For Arts Sake on Athlone Community Radio 88.4fm. Each Wednesday between 6-7pm they bring you a new poet reciting their own piece.
Three of its Connemara-based companies, Meangadh Fíbín Teo (Indreabhán), Magamedia Teo (Na Forbacha), and Sónta Teo (Cill Chiaráin), have been allocated grants totalling more than €900,000 in funding by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland from Sound & Vision II, the Broadcasting Funding Scheme.
Claremorris Community Radio has been awarded funding from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI), to make four documentaries and series over the coming months.
A three-part documentary series which gives a unique insight into the lives of Travellers will air on CRC FM on Monday evening June 25 at 8 o’clock.