BAI receives three Dublin radio applications

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has announced the receipt of three community sound broadcasting services, serving communities in North East Dublin, North West Dublin and South Dublin.

The three services were advertised by the BAI last June.

North East Dublin

An application was received from Dublin North East Community Communications Cooperative Society Ltd, broadcasting as Near FM, for a community sound broadcasting radio service, serving the community of North East Dublin. Near FM currently operates a 10-year community service which is due to expire on 20th June 2017.

North West Dublin

An application was received from Dublin 15 Community Broadcasting Cooperative Society Ltd, broadcasting as 92.5 Phoenix FM, for a community sound broadcasting radio service, serving the community of North West Dublin. 92.5 Phoenix FM currently operates a 10-year community sound broadcasting radio service which is due to expire on 30th June 2017.

South Dublin

An application was received from Dublin South Local Broadcasting Co-Operative Society Ltd, broadcasting as Dublin South FM, for a community sound broadcasting, serving the community of South Dublin. Dublin South FM currently operates a 10-year community sound broadcasting radio service which is due to expire on 20th June 2017.

The BAI will now review the applications to ensure that all the information requested in the Guide to Submissions has been received and that the applications are valid.



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3 Comments
  1. Seamus Hogan on Facebook says

    It’s limerick that needs more choice , we have nothing

    1. Paul says

      Presumably because nobody in Limerick could be bothered applying for a licence…?!!

  2. Seamus Hogan on Facebook says

    Alls the pity……….limerick needs more choice we have two crap radio stations one that plays constant British crap and another
    Well. ………..probably Ireland’s worst radio station

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