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BAI announces funding of €2m to Irish language programming under Sound & Vision Scheme
02 Dec 2022 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced funding of just under €2m under the Sound & Vision 4 Broadcasting Funding Scheme. 
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Content levy nears reality for screen sector as legislation enters final stages of Government review
30 Nov 2022 | Screen Ireland and the industry group of stakeholders advocating for the proposed content levy have welcomed the positive position adopted by the Minister Catherine Martin in recognising the vital role of independent producers with respect to the levy plans that reached its report and final stages in the Dáil on Wednesday. 
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Government appoint new Chairpersons to the Boards of RTÉ and TG4
29 Nov 2022 | The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, has announced the appointment of new Chairs for the Boards of RTÉ and TG4, who will both serve 5 year terms. 
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Ministers Donohoe and Martin launch new Tax Credit for Digital Games
21 Nov 2022 | An Irish Tax Credit for Digital Games has been launched by the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, and Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media, Catherine Martin TD. 
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Hasbro sells Irish animation studio Boulder Media to Australia's Princess Pictures
03 Nov 2022 | Australian production company Princess Pictures is acquiring Irish animation studio Boulder Media from its previous owner Hasbro, the international toy giant. 
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Screen Ireland's Creative Futures Slate Fund opens applications
01 Nov 2022 | Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland has announced it is now accepting applications for the Creative Futures Slate Fund. 
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Budget 2023: Funding allocations for TG4, RTÉ, Screen Ireland, and Coimisiún na Meán
28 Sep 2022 | Organisations within the Arts, Cultural, Media, and Broadcasting industries have welcomed the news of financial increases to annual budgets and a €60m fund to subsidise energy bills under Budget 2023 
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Budget 2023: Section 481 Tax Credit extended by Government to 2028
27 Sep 2022 | Minister Catherine Martin has confirmed a crucial extension to the Section 481 Tax Credit, which was due to expire in 2024, that will now see it available to the screen sector until 2028. 
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Major £25.2m virtual production studio in Belfast given green light as Belfast Region City confirm investment in Studio Ulster
27 Sep 2022 | Northern Ireland’s economy minister Gordon Lyons has confirmed a £25.2million Belfast Region City Deal investment in Studio Ulster, which will see the creation of a cutting edge virtual production studio. 
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Broadcasting Authority of Ireland announces upcoming funding rounds for Q4
22 Sep 2022 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced details of upcoming funding rounds under the Sound & Vision 4 Scheme. 
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Westmeath County Councillors vote in favour of Hammerlake Studios in Mullingar
21 Sep 2022 | The first phase of a major film and television studio in Mullingar has been greenlit following a success vote within the Westmeath County Council. 
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Deadline approaching for dlr First Frames Short Film Scheme
06 Sep 2022 | dlr First Frames Scheme will continue to support emerging filmmakers looking to develop ambitious and creative short films based in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown for 2022/23. 
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TG4 and Údarás na Gaeltachta announce a new drama development scheme specifically for Producers in Donegal
06 Sep 2022 | TG4 and Údarás na Gaeltachta have announced details of a new drama development scheme specifically for television producers in Donegal. 
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Irish producer wins European Producers Club (EPC) and Netflix pitching contest for a fictional series at Venice Film Festival
05 Sep 2022 | Irish film & TV producer Anna Mannion from Tri Moon Films has won the top prize of €50,000 to develop a fictional TV series. 
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Bi-lingual dark comedy Kneecap among projects funded under BAI's latest Sound & Vision Scheme
30 Aug 2022 | 22 TV projects and 36 radio projects have been allocated funding of €6m under the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland’s Sound & Vision 4 Funding Scheme. 
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Irish animation sector calls for industry tax relief to be extension
29 Aug 2022 | The Irish animation sector, led by Animation Ireland - the business group representing Irish animation studios, has called on the Government to extend the crucial Section 481 tax relief beyond 2024 so that international film and television can continue to be produced in Ireland. 
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Screen Ireland allocates over €700,000 under 2022 Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme
16 Aug 2022 | Screen Ireland has announced that funding worth over €700,000 has been awarded under the Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme to 30 organisations for the delivery of skills development opportunities and initiatives to address priority areas for the Irish screen sector. 
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Several new Funding Schemes announced by TG4, in association with Screen Ireland and Northern Ireland Screen
08 Jul 2022 | TG4, Fís Eireann / Screen Ireland and Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund has announced they have joined forces to support a range of new Irish language development funds, aimed at supporting new & emerging talent today at Galway Film Fleadh. 
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Over €4.6m allocated by Creative Europe to Irish screen industry in 2021
04 Jul 2022 | Creative Europe has revealed that over €4.6 million has been awarded to Irish MEDIA and Culture projects that applied for Creative Europe funding in 2021. 
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Three winning titles revealed for Virgin Media Discovers & Screen Ireland Short Film Competition
28 Jun 2022 | The winners of the 2022 Virgin Media Discovers & Screen Ireland Short Film Competition have been announced as Nell Hensey and Brigid Leahy Good Chips, Mary Kirwan and Zoë Brennan-Whitmore Unhinged, and Jamie O’Rourke Calf. 
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