Broadcasting funding of €1.4m has been allocated to support the Covid-hit live music sector.

A radio talent search for musicians in each county of the Republic and an RTÉ One television programme called Your Song: the People’s Playlist are am(...)

Ms Craig said the scale of the problem was such that it was not practicable that the new commission would be able to deal with all individual complaints. Photograph: iStock

The online targeting of women politicians and women journalists is a matter of “real concern”, the deputy chief executive of the Broadcasting Authorit(...)

Participants will be assigned a mentor during the five-month paid internship.

Learning Waves, the training organisation backed by the independent radio sector and the Government’s Skillnet Ireland agency, has opened up a paid in(...)

Sharon Shannon pictured on the Cliffs of Moher for RTÉ One’s recent show Ireland in Music. Photograph: Donal H Murphy.

Live music performances on Irish radio and television will be supported by €1.4 million in dedicated public funding to mitigate the “devastating” impa(...)

The BAI is on track to become part of the Government’s proposed Media Commission. Photograph: iStock

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) expects to be fully integrated into the proposed new Media Commission within the next three years as part (...)

Broadcasters have a ‘unique role’ in promoting sustainability, the BAI said.

The broadcasting regulator has launched a new sustainability network for broadcasters and their supply chains to encourage green, inclusive and econom(...)

A pensioner has told of how his life has changed forever after his son-in-law arrived at his house and tried to stab him and his son before knocking h(...)

The website is devoted to monitoring media ownership in Ireland.

The broadcasting regulator has launched a website that keeps track of the ownership of about 200 media companies operating in the State. The site, me(...)

The draft programme for government contains ‘interesting stuff’ for the media, says the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Photograph: iStock.

Who wants to be Minister for Media? The job that most Irish media organisations would like to see advertised might not ever come into existence, thoug(...)

Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have signed up to an EU Code of Practice on Disinformation meant to increase transparency.

Digital giants including Facebook and Google could face new regulations under the incoming government, according to Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (...)

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