All programme content on Classic Hits 4FM (news, talk, music, advertisements, etc) is regulated by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and the various codes that are in place from time to time.
Classic Hits 4FM welcomes feedback and invites any listener to make an official written complaint if he or she reasonably feels that the station has broadcast material which breaches the codes. On receiving a valid complaint, this station will respond to the complainant at the address supplied.
In the event that the complainant is not satisfied with the response the complainant is invited to refer the matter to the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI). Codes are available to view and download from the BAI web site
Please post your complaint in writing to:
Classic Hits 4FM
or email to:
The Classic Hits 4FM Code of Practice on Complaint Handling is available for viewing or download by clicking here
Forms to download (PDF Format)
4FM Complaint Form: Advertising/Commercial Communications
4FM Complaint Form: Programming Content
BAI Right of Reply Scheme
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland’s ‘Right of Reply Scheme’ came into effect in May 2011. It provides for the broadcast of a Right of Reply Statement that will facilitate the correction of incorrect information which has been broadcast and which has resulted in a person’s honour or reputation being impugned.
Further to the requirements of the Broadcasting Act 2009, the scheme provides an opportunity for a person to exercise his/her right to the correction of incorrect information without recourse to legal proceedings which may prove time-consuming and costly.
Requesting a Right of Reply
If you wish to request a Right of Reply, please take time to read the full details of the scheme by clicking here.
Requests for a Right of Reply on Classic Hits 4FM should be made to Sean Ashmore, CEO, by e-mail to email@example.com or by post to Sean Ashmore, CEO, Classic Hits 4FM, Castleforbes House, Castleforbes Road, Dublin 1.
Should Classic Hits 4FM refuse or deem it inappropriate to grant the request for a Right to Reply Statement to be broadcast, the decision can be reviewed by the BAI’s Compliance Committee.
Further information about the Right to Reply Scheme is available directly from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, at www.bai.ie or by calling 01 6441200.