The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland Launch New Website
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI), the representative body for Ireland’s independent commercial radio broadcasters, has launched a new website www.ibireland.ie which is a resource on independent broadcasting in Ireland and also provides live streams of all its member radio stations in one place.
“The broadcasting landscape has altered significantly and more and more people are listening to their radio online while travelling or at work. www.ibireland.ie provides radio listeners with a portal to all 34 national, regional and local radio stations which are members of the IBI. It streamlines access to the airwaves for online listeners as well as providing broadcasters with another channel to reach their target audiences,” said Scott Williams, Chairman of the IBI.
“The new website is also a resource for access to information on independent broadcasting in Ireland. Members of the public will be able to access IBI submissions to industry consultations as well news and information on the sector and individual radio stations.”
“With more than 1500 people employed in the sector, independent broadcasters make a significant economic, social and cultural contribution to the Irish economy. The new website is another way to highlight the importance of the broadcasting sector in Ireland”.
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About the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland
The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI) is the representative body for Ireland’s independent commercial radio broadcasters. The mission of the IBI is to champion the agenda of independent broadcasters in Ireland and to be a distinct and coherent national voice in the ongoing campaign for competitive equality across the sector. The independent voice of Ireland, 64.5% of the population tune into independent radio on a daily basis. This translates into weekday figures of 2.473 million listeners. With more than 1500 people employed in the sector, independent broadcasters make a significant economic, social and cultural contribution to the Irish economy. The IBI represents 2 national radio stations, 1 multicity radio station, 4 regional radio stations and 27 local radio stations. For more information please visit: www.ibireland.ie.