Published in association with Global Competition Review
Getting the Deal Through is delighted to publish the fully revised and updated thirteenth edition of Telecoms and Media, a volume in our series of annual reports, which provide international analysis in key areas of law and policy for corporate counsel, cross-border legal practitioners and business people.
Summarise the regulatory framework for the telecoms and media sector. What is the policymaking procedure? Has the EU regulatory framework (including the market reviews) been fully transposed into your national law, as far as currently required?
Summarise the regulatory framework for the telecoms and media sector. What is the policymaking procedure?
The Irish government’s policy in the communications sector is to open up electronic communications networks and services. The stated policy in relation to broadcasting is to serve Irish society by regulating, shaping and supporting the broadcasting environment, so that broadcasting reflects Ireland’s diverse and democratic nature. In terms of media ownership, the government’s policy is to protect plurality of media by spreading ownership among individuals and undertakings.
Download: Telecoms and Media – Ireland 2012 (pdf)