Multicultural radio licence commitment from BCI

The Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) has said it is committed to the licensing of a multicultural radio station for Dublin, despite rejecting the only two applicants who applied for the licence.

11th December, 2004

The Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) has said it is committed to the licensing of a multicultural radio station for Dublin, despite rejecting the only two applicants who applied for the licence.

Michael O'Keeffe, the BCI's chief executive, said that, although the government commissioning body remained committed to the principle of licensing a service of this nature, the granting of a licence would depend on a proposal demonstrating a solid business plan.

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