BAI report into INM/Celtic Media deal to be published

The deal, which was cancelled last week, was subject to media merger legislation and as a result a report was drawn up

11th June, 2017
The Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten

An extensive examination of the proposed acquisition of Celtic Media by Independent News and Media (INM) will be made public.

The deal, which was cancelled last week, was subject to media merger legislation and as a result a report was drawn up by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

The Department of Communications has confirmed it will publish the BAI’s report. In a statement, it said that, as both sides decided not to proceed with the...

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