Sky apologised for the mistake and offered a full refund

  Sky customer charged for two accounts  Last week on the Ray D’Arcy Show on Today FM, Pricewatch highlighted a problem a cus(...)

RTÉ has announced that it will delay the closing down of its longwave service until the New Year. RTÉ’s managing director of radio Jim Jennings admitt(...)

Chris O’Dowd and David Rawle in Moone Boy: the sitcom about growing up in the 1980s and 1990s in Boyle, Co Roscommon has been a big hit for Sky

Sky Ireland has made a number of changes to its management team as parent company BSkyB seeks to increase its revenue through a “multi-product growth (...)

Alex White: finds it hard to describe journalism as ‘content’.

When Minister for Communications Alex White forecast that the debate on future media policy will be “fractious at times”, he might have been hoping no(...)

John Griffin: reaching an agreement with the two US companiescould see the potential audience for Irish TV grow by tens of millions

Irish TV, the Mayo-based television station that is focused on the diaspora, is in talks with Comcast and Time Warner with a view to massively widenin(...)

 Andy Irvine: regarded as a contender for the role of EPCR independent chairman or president. Photograph: Getty Images

Five weeks away from the opening round of the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup, the newly-assembled tournament organisers European Professional(...)

Sky says the letter sent by the customer seeking to cancel his subscription ‘did not contain sufficient details’

Sky insists on hearing your voice to cancel a contract A reader called Robert wanted to cancel his contract with Sky TV since the beginning of(...)

‘I don’t want to have deal with so-called Sky Excellence again,’ says our reader

Distressing dealings with Sky Excellence Caitríona D’Arcy has contacted us about an ongoing dispute she and her husband are having with Sky TV(...)

Legislation will allow tv licence collector An Post access subscription information to cable and satellite providers including Sky and UPC in order to clamp down on evasion. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

An Post is to be given access to cable and satellite TV subscription data as part of a crackdown on tv licence fee evasion.The information will be use(...)

David Puttnam at the TAM Ireland event in Dublin

The latest figures from TAM Ireland show that Irish people spend an average of three and half hours watching television every day – an increase of (...)