Martin King and Lucy Kennedy, the presenters of ‘Late Lunch Live’ on TV3. The show will move to an evening slot and be renamed ‘The 7 O’Clock Show’.

‘Late Lunch Live’ is promoted to 7pm slot as planned new magazine show’s run is cut

New York: predicted “Snowmageddon”, hyped as a “potentially historic” snowfall, managed to bypass the city and hit Boston, New England and other parts of the US northeast instead. Photograph: Reuters/Stephanie Keith
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Too few Barbie dolls and flavoured whiskies, not enough snow, and the ‘Sunifesto’ explained

Good Morning Britain presenters (from left) Sean Fletcher, Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard and Charlotte Hawkins:  the decision to buy breakfast television rights had come sooner than expected, but  Good Morning Britain was liked by viewers because it was “brand new and fresh”.  Photograph: Ken McKay/ITV/PA

ITV show imported by channel in response to feedback on social media

Print operations will be merged, but titles won’t become ‘vanilla’

Father Ted: Its Christmas special from 1996 was the most-watched programme on RTÉ 2 in December 2014.

New shows abound, but the channel couldn’t exist without its old favourites – soccer, rugby and GAA

Pat Kenny:  will present a new peak-time series on UTV Ireland

Television advertising market will grow 6 per cent to €225m in 2015, according to Carat forecasts

Alan Coleman: The sturdy desktop still “punches above its weight” when it comes to purchases

Christmas 2014 will be seen as ‘a landmark’ for buying online, Wolfgang Digital study concludes

Claire Byrne: careful to identify the associations of audience members. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

‘Claire Byrne Live’ set to ‘crackle’ in pre-election atmosphere, says RTÉ

Conor Brophy: The watchword for the new RTÉ media show is “accessible”

New programme presented by RTÉ business reporter Conor Brophy begins on Radio 1 this Sunday

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