Ireland and the Netherlands are understood to be leading the race to attract big name international broadcasters, such as CNN and National Geographic, needing to shift their EU operations from London in order to be able to continue broadcasting in Europe after Brexit.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has rejected five complaints it received following last year’s Rose of Tralee, but upheld in part a complaint against a Dublin radio station over a phone-in show on abortion and fatal foetal abnormalities.
Éamon de Valera vomiting, and a joke about Thomas Clarke’s genitalia were the cause of two of the latest complaints considered by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI). Its latest Broadcasting Complaint Decisions report details the findings of 11 submissions to the authority, only one of which was upheld.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has issued Dublin radio station 98FM with a warning notice after a 13-year-old girl was interviewed live about young people sending inappropriate pictures of themselves via text message and social networks.