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BAI launches three-year strategy statement
14 Jan 2021 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has launched its new Strategy Statement 2021-2023, which will guide its work for the next three years. 
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Spotlight joins leading casting technology provider Talent Systems
13 Jan 2021 | Spotlight has been acquired by global casting technology solution provider Talent Systems. 
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Planning Permission granted for "State of the art" Greystones Film Studio and Media Campus
06 Jan 2021 | Wicklow County Council has granted a 10-year planning permission to Greystones Media Campus (GMC) Ltd for a multi-studio film and media campus in Greystones. 
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Minister Martin publishes the finalised General Scheme of the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill
10 Dec 2020 | The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, T.D., has published the finalised General Scheme of the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill. 
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SIPTU members' pass ballot to accept the 2020 Shooting Crew Agreement
07 Dec 2020 | The new Agreement will make Ireland an even more attractive location to shoot feature film and High-End TV Drama. 
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BAI launches public consultation on new strategy statement
02 Nov 2020 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has launched a public consultation on its draft Strategy Statement 2021-2023, which will guide its work for the next three years. 
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Screen Producers Ireland publish Return to Production Guidelines for the Creative Screen Industry
29 Jun 2020 | Screen Producers Ireland, working closely with Industry Stakeholders, has developed Return to Production Guidelines for the Film, TV Drama and Factual genres of the creative screen content industry. 
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Dublin film studios given green light as South Dublin Council sanctions €26.4m land sale
12 May 2020 | South Dublin County Councillors have voted in favour of selling the 48-acres site at Grange Castle Business Park to Lens Media Ltd, who intends to construct Ireland’s largest film and TV studios. 
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IFTA launches Five-Year Strategic Development Plan (2020–2024)
30 Jan 2020 | The Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA) officially unveils its Five-Year Strategic Development Plan 2020-2024. 
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BAI launches third Irish Language Scheme
28 Jan 2020 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has launched its third Irish Language Scheme, which sets out how the BAI will deliver its services to the public, in Irish and bilingually, over the next three years. 
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TG4 sign second Memorandum of Understanding with JTV, Jeonju Television
06 Dec 2019 | TG4 signed a memorandum of understanding with broadcasters from four different countries JTV (Jeonju Television), South Korea, MC ALBA which operates BBC ALBA, and Welsh production company, Cwmni Da. 
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Creative Europe MEDIA Industry Breakfast: Creating a Digital Single Market – Thursday, Dec 12th
27 Nov 2019 | The MEDIA Industry Breakfast, which takes place in Drury Buildings on Thursday, Dec. 12th, will discuss the topic of EU copyright rules fit for the digital age. 
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RTÉ Facing Severe Cuts as Government Reject Latest Funding Request
10 Sep 2019 | The Government have stated that the National Broadcaster’s request of €55 million to finance the transformation to a digital-first operation will not be forthcoming. 
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Government Announces TV Licence Reform
02 Aug 2019 | The collection of the TV licence fee is to be replaced with a charge for all household devices. 
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Screen Ireland CEO James Hickey Calls for Streaming Services Tax Levy
23 Jul 2019 | Hickey has asserted that subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) companies, such as Netflix and Amazon, should pay taxes in order to fund Irish-produced screen content. 
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Cork’s Production Sector Seeking Government Action to Redress Exclusion from Regional Tax Incentive 
22 Jul 2019 | Film In Cork, along with Cork City Council & Cork County Council are calling upon the Government to redress the exclusion of Cork from a new 5% Regional Uplift tax incentive available for four years in Ireland. 
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European Commission Approval Given for Regional Uplift and Extension of Section 481 Tax Credit
18 Jul 2019 | The Regional Film Development Uplift has been approved by the European Commission and will be available to productions being substantially undertaken in areas designated as such under the regional aid map. 
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Lorcan Finnegan’s Vivarium Secures US Deal with Saban Films
15 Jul 2019 | The US rights to the Irish Sci-Fi thriller starring Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg have been acquired by Saban Films. 
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Cranked Up Films Acquires North American Rights to 'Extra Ordinary'
26 Jun 2019 | North American distribution rights to the Irish supernatural comedy have been acquired by Good Deed Entertainment’s Cranked Up Films. 
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Treasure Entertainment Acquire Rights to novel 'Last Ones Left Alive'
07 Jun 2019 | The Irish production company will adapt Sarah Davis-Goff’s best-selling dystopian novel. 
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