BAI Sound and Vision Contracts

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland have signed 18 contracts with independent producers and radio stations for funding on projects that were successful in the last round of the Broadcasting funding scheme - Sound & Vision 2.  The Broadcasting Funding Scheme, also known as The Sound and Vision Fund, receives 7.5% of the licence fee towards its fund.


Production Company Broadcaster Programme Title Funding
Athena Media Newstalk Grassroots €13,000
Winning Women: Going for Gold in London 2012 €19,000
Setanta Sport Beyond Limits €60,000
RTÉ Radio Citizens: Lockout 1913 €25,000
Claremorris Community Radio Cúram Cares €6,000
Race to Reform €4,000
The People's Court €4,000
Claremorris Open Exhibition: Big Art in a Small Town €6,000
Tile Films TV3 The Graves of the Disappeared €198,000
Spin South West Market Mornings €3,000
Doing it for Themselves €3,500
Smart Arts €9,500
Fiona Gough C103FM Cork on Song €11,000
WLRFM Frank Ryan - Out of the Shawdow €5,000
Life FM Fort Camden - History and Rebirth €7,200
UCC 98.3FM Irish Traditional food future looks bright €3,500
Kieran Hurley UCC 98.3FM The Lady Freemason of Cork €3,975
Una Hunt RTÉ Radio Piano Portraits - Fanny Robinson €16,000
Máiréad Uí Dhomhnaill RTÉ Raidió Scéalta - Fadó agus go Deo €15,000
Judy Meg Ní Chinnéide Raidió Na Life Spioradáltacht ar an Imeall €7,470
Tipperary Mid-west Community Radio My Place €14,800
Daithí Mc Mahon Radio Kerry End of the Line €9,000
Lisa Madden LMFM Knock, Knock, Who's There? €4,400
John Scally Shannonside FM The Earley Years €4,000
Sound Woman Productions RTÉ Radio Making Music Together €20,500
Ciaran Ryan RTÉ Radio Independent Day's €3,350
Spin South West Sounds of the Summer €8,900
Ocean Fm Paddy at the Prom's €8,400
If Walls could Talk €7,200