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Commercial radio is ready for challenges

Commercial radio is entering a phase of momentous change that needs to be managed carefully, according to David Tighe, the new chairman of the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI).

25th June, 2005

Commercial radio is entering a phase of momentous change that needs to be managed carefully, according to David Tighe, the new chairman of the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI).

With a new regulatory regime looming, debate beginning on new rules on ownership and control and on the levels of news and current affairs on local radio - not to mention a whole new phase of licensing - significant changes are on the way in radio.

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