iRadio has signed up for another ten years of broadcasting at a BAI contract renewal event.
Five newly-qualified journalists have been awarded placements under the radio Journalism Graduate Programme supported by Broadcasting Authority…
Pirate radio stations are appearing on unlicenced DAB digital multiplexes in Dublin and Cork, and more are planned for other cities in Ireland.
The Dundalk Media Centre Company has signed up for another ten years of providing the community radio service Dundalk FM.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has issued a call for applications under Archiving Scheme 2, a BAI Broadcasting Funding Scheme initiative.
Radio will receive €633,000 to make 90 radio programmes and projects in the latest funding awards from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has launched its revised Broadcasting Services Strategy (BSS), with plans to launch at least one new FM…
The BAI has issued a call for applications under the first round of its Archiving Scheme 2, designed to preserve a record of Irish culture.
Radio is the number one choice for Irish consumers when it comes to sourcing news, according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report…
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is seeking applications for the provision of two community radio services in Claremorris & Dundalk.
The BAI has launched a public consultation on a draft revised Broadcasting Services Strategy, to help decide the future expansion of FM services.
93 radio projects have been allocated €622k in the latest funding awards from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has today published updated guidelines in respect of referenda coverage.
A complaint against Newstalk has been upheld in full following George Hook's comments about rape last year.
The BAI has published new Guides to Submissions and Application Forms for temporary sound broadcasting services.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has announced details of the latest funding awards under The Sound & Vision 3 Broadcasting Funding…
Emergency instructions were sent to BAI licenced stations late on Sunday evening ahead of Storm Ophelia arriving.
The BAI is to write to Communicorp following reports of the company banning journalists from the Irish Times to appear on its radio stations.
A total of 17 submissions to the BAI's call for submissions of interest in the provision of additional commercial sound broadcasting services…
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is intending to extend the terms of the two Contracts held by iRadio - North West and North East and…
A complaint made against the Keith Finnegan Show on Galway Bay FM has been rejected by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
Communicorp has criticised the BAI's decision to invite applications for new radio licences and called for an economic evaluation of the sector…
Radio Nova has welcomed an announcement by the BAI that it is seeking expressions of interest in new commercial radio licenses.
A big day for radio as the BAI invites ideas for future FM stations ahead of deciding to advertise new contracts.
BAI needs a revised Broadcasting Services Strategy including options for the future of digital radio.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland revised General Commercial Communications Code is now live.
Learning Waves Skillnet has started its Diploma in Creative Radio Advertising with GoCreate Academy.
Four community and community of interest sound broadcasting contracts have been renewed by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
Public notices seeking applications have been placed in the relevant local papers for these four licences.
Seven Community and Community of Interest broadcasters to share €21k funding.
Seven complaints against Newstalk, seven complaints again RTÉ Radio 1 and one complaint against Today FM have been rejected.
Four community radio stations to be renewed or replaced as the BAI gets ready to advertise new contracts.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has launched its revised General Commercial Communications Code.
The CRAOL, Women On Air and Learning Waves are just some of the organisations to benefit from the latest round of funding from the BAI.
A caller to Dublin Talks on 98FM has complained to the BAI about the way she was treated whilst taking part in the show.