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BAI increases its funding for TV programmes

The BAI awarded €4.8m in January and will award €9m more this year

14th February, 2016
Ciaran Kissane, senior manager at the BAI

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) is increasing its funding for television production this year. The BAI awarded funding of €4.8 million to 27 TV projects in January and expects to award a further €9 million over two rounds later this year.

“The overall amount awarded for television production across the year will be around €14 million, which is about €2 million more than we had previously indicated,” said Ciaran Kissane, senior manager at the BAI....

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