Tesco Mobile Ireland general manager Elaine Russell said the operator now has with 300,000 customers, an increase of over 40 per cent in one year

Tesco Mobile Ireland said its customer base rose by more than 40 per cent last year.The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), which is a joint ventu(...)

The Premier League is to introduce regular Friday night live matches and make more soccer available on TV than ever as it attempts to top its last €3.(...)

Property: its gains must be seen in the context of its recent fails

Who has the fairest fund of them all? If you’re looking for an investment with an element of risk, a fund is always an option for diversifying (...)

TV3 has confirmed  it won the rights to Rugby World Cup 2015. Photograph: Pat Murphy / SPORTSFILE

TV3’s group director of broadcasting and the executive producer of its rugby 2015 World Cup coverage Niall Cogley said yesterday that not only(...)

RTÉ will no longer have exclusive broadcasting rights to the All-Ireland hurling and football finals at Croke Park as Sky are also believed to have also acquired non-exclusive rights. Photograph: Inpho

The GAA are expected to announce shortly – maybe as early as next week – details of the latest three-year broadcasting rights agreement. It is (...)

GAA  commercial director Peter McKenna and GAA director general Páraic Duffy. Photograph: Cathal Noonan

The graceful taking of positions for the GAA’s triennial broadcasting dance has begun with association commercial director Peter McKenna sending up th(...)

The Irish radio market fell 15 per cent in the first half of the year, according to UTV

A pessimist would look at UTV Media’s trading statement this week and shudder at its estimate that the Irish radio market fell 15 per cent in the firs(...)

David McRedmond: he  earlier expressed concern that the Government’s decision to commission a review of the advertising market would  stall any reform

The Government’s plan to replace the television licence fee with a public service broadcasting (PBS) charge should not go ahead until it has acted to (...)

Liverpool and Celtic in the Dublin Decider which filled the  Aviva Stadium in  Dublin. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

It will not have escaped the attention of sports fans in Ireland that the fastest-selling football match since the Aviva Stadium opened in 2010 did no(...)

Clearing the hurdle: horses race at Leopardstown last December. A decision on the sale of the sport’s satellite and digital rights will be taken on Tuesday.  Photograph: James Crombie

Irish racecourses will be asked to ratify just one media bid – worth a potential €6.9 million – when they meet next week to discuss the sale of televi(...)