The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) is the independent regulator for radio and television broadcasters in Ireland. The BAI’s remit is set down in the Broadcasting Act 2009 and includes a range of objectives and functions, including: licensing radio and television services; making broadcasting codes and rules; monitoring and enforcing compliance with codes and rules and broadcasting contracts; deciding on broadcasting complaints; and, administering funding schemes for television and radio programmes and archiving. In addition, the BAI also has a statutory role in supporting the development of the broadcasting sector through research and training. More information can be found at

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