Declan McLoughlin is a member of the leadership team of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI). His role has a focus on sustainability, policy development and risk management.
He is responsible for implementing the BAI’s strategic objectives as they relate to sustainability and is its Chief Risk Officer.
He is also centrally involved in developing the BAI’s regulatory approaches to linear, non-linear and online media, including preparation for the transposition of the AVMS Directive, guidelines governing elections & referendums as well as rules applying to political advertising.
Mr McLoughlin is a member of the Contract Awards Committee, the statutory committee responsible for the licensing of radio and television services in Ireland, and is a former chairperson of the national community radio association.
He has worked as a manager in the field of media for nearly 25 years and is with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland since 2009.
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