Flirt FM signs new 10 year broadcast contractThe Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has just signed a new community of interest sound broadcasting contract with us.
Speaking at the contract signing, Chief Executive of the BAI, Michael O’Keeffe, said: “Community radio plays an important role in facilitating active citizenship and in promoting access and participation by members of a community in a radio service that is representative of their interests and needs. “Community and community of interest radio services have been an integral part of the Irish media landscape for the past 20 years. Today’s contract signing marks the continued commitment of Flirt FM to community radio in Ireland. I would like to wish this student station continued success over the term of its new licence.”
The new contract will begin on 21st June 2017 and will run for ten years. The BAI was represented at the contract signing by the Chairperson, Pauric Travers and by Mr O’Keeffe. UCC 98.3 FM was represented by secretary, John Hannon, and director, Bernadette O’Sullivan.