Baz Ashmawy and his his mother, Nancy, star in Sky 1’s new show ‘50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy’

Sky 1 has found a new Irish star to follow in the footsteps of Martin Moone, and she is 71-year-old Nancy Ashmawy. The channel’s new factual entertain(...)

Former minister for communications Pat Rabbitte this week said he would bring in legislation to let An Post gain access to the subscriber data of companies such as Sky and UPC to tackle the “scourge” of television licence evasion.

Former minister for communications Pat Rabbitte this week said he would bring in legislation to let An Post gain access to the subscriber data of comp(...)

An Oireachtas television channel is to air in September which will coincide with the Dáil’s return from its summer recess. Housesholds with UPC, Sky o(...)

A Sky TV camera crew films the Offaly team before the championship clash against Kilkenny. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Both the GAA and Sky have dismissed concerns about worryingly low viewing figures in the opening four live matches of their new broadcast deal.The th(...)

Apart from Netflix, there are only a few media streaming services available to Irish customers

Netflix last week confirmed its plans for a price hike in its streaming services that will impact its users for the second time in a year. It wasn’t a(...)

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(...)

Game of Thrones Series 4: only 9,000 Sky Atlantic viewers in the UK were sufficiently die-hard to watch it at 2am

The Hound orders some chicken. Dennis Taylor pots the black. Ellen DeGeneres organises a Hollywood selfie. These “events” have one thing in common:(...)

TV3 Group is offering voluntary redundancy “to a small number of staff”, stating that their positions “will become redundant because of changes(...)

UTV Media group chief executive John McCann speaking in Dublin last November at the announcement of its channel plans Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

UTV Media has been given the regulatory go-ahead to launch a television channel in the Republic in January 2015. The Broadcasting Authority of (...)

The cast of ‘Girls’: Twelve hours after it premiered in the US on HBO, the pay-to-view station released the first two episodes of the comedy series free to watch on YouTube.

So HBO and now Sky are on YouTube. It’s not so much a truce as a you scratch my back I’ll scratch yours acceptance by TV networks that the video strea(...)