The BAI has announced details of the latest recommendations under Round 24 of the Sound & Vision Scheme.
The 2015 PPI Radio Awards winners were announced tonight - the full list is here!
The BAI wants to hear from anyone who wants to challenge Newstalk and TXFM to the contracts they currently hold.
NEAR 90.3fm are to host a conference on educational programming on radio and television in Dublin on Saturday November 7th.
The PPI Radio Awards today welcomed four new inductees to their Hall of Fame.
Classic rock service "The Rock" has begun broadcasting on FM to Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kilkenny and the North East of Ireland
98FM's daytime talk show Dublin Talks has had two complaints upheld against it in the latest round of BAI complaints decisions.
Radio Nova are aiming to be the next national broadcaster in Ireland following the return of their multi-city temporary station The Rock.
The BAI's Licensing Plan for the remainder of 2015 comprises of a mix of community, special interest and commercial radio services.
The BAI has announced details of the latest package of recommendations under the Sound & Vision Scheme to have been ratified.
The BAI has reminded broadcasters of their obligations under the moratorium regarding the two upcoming referenda, which begins at 2pm today.
A complaint made to the BAI regarding a discussion on the Irish language on the FM104 Phone Show has been upheld in part.
The call has gone out for entries in the 2015 PPI Awards - the Oscars of Irish radio.
Radio NOVA has received permission from the BAI to expand its transmission coverage up the east coast of Ireland with a significant signal…
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) today announced the allocation of funding for 2015 under two key initiatives – its Sectoral Learning…
Community station "Limerick City Community Radio" has returned to the Limerick airwaves on 99.9FM.
A new documentary which tells the story of a project which aims to preserve the DNA of the world's endangered species is to air this weekend on…
Country FM - who recently lost out in a bid to take over the niche music license in Dublin - have been granted a temporary license by the BAI to…
Newly revised rules, launched today by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland say that "there is no right not to be offended, but there is a right…
The Chief Executive of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has defended the compliance committee's recent ruling to uphold a complaint about an…
The Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Alex White, TD, today secured Government approval for the appointment of four new…
Newstalk Breakfast presenter Chris Donoghue has criticised the BAI's decision to partially uphold a complaint against him concerning an item…
The BAI's compliance committee have part upheld a complaint regarding a lack of impartiality and objectivity in an item on the Gay Pride march,…
Chief Executive Michael O’Keeffe has said the BAI is committed to promoting and encouraging a culture of compliance and accountability.
Festive charity station Christmas FM is getting ready to launch on November 29th at midday for another month-long broadcast.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has today awarded €2.26m to ten successful applicants under the second round of its Archiving Scheme.
Clare Duignan, former Managing Director of RTÉ Radio is one of four new people appointed to joint the Board of the BAI.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has offered €543k to support radio projects in the latest funding round.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has signed ten-year contracts for three local and one regional youth radio service.
Training body Learning Waves Skillnet will be looking at the next 10 years of the radio sector at their event in Dublin this week.
The BAI has upheld a complaint against a segment of RTÉ Radio One’s 'The Mooney Show'
The BAI Contract for the Sligo, North Leitrim and South Donegal Franchise Area has been re-awarded to Ocean FM.
Sunshine 106.8 has been re-awarded the Dublin City and County contract from the BAI, keeping the station on-air for at least another 10 years.
The BAI has launched a public consultation on proposals for a revised draft Code of Programme Standards.
The Chairman of DLFM, Paddy Simpson has expressed his disappointment at the decision of the BAI to award Highland Radio the broadcasting contract…