UTV Ireland is expected to post a loss of £11.5 million for 2015

A resolution on the sale of UTV’s television business to ITV has been passed with over 99 per cent of shareholders voting in favour of the deal. The (...)

First-half operating losses at UTV Ireland were £7.5 million, as against £500,000 a year earlier

UTV has announced a pre-tax profit of £1 million (€ 1.37m) for the first half of 2015, down £9 million on the same period a year earlier due to signif(...)

Pat Kenny at the launch of UTV Ireland at the Marker Hotel in Dublin. The station has struggled to grow its audience.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

UTV has confirmed it is in discussions to sell its television assets. The company was responding to media speculation in recent days that it was pla(...)

Big singing: Pat Kenny, now on UTV Ireland

Let’s have a look at the TV listings for the Thursday just gone. And the Thursday of the equivalent January week a full decade before, in 2005. RTÉ On(...)

The ‘Red Rock’ gardaí from the TV3 soap opera, which will air on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8.30pm from January 7th.

Two warring factions. Rising tensions. Fierce battles. But enough about UTV versus TV3. Is the new soap opera Red Rock (above) any good? Yes, is the s(...)

Broadcaster Pat Kenny has said the format of UTV Ireland’s Out With The Old - In With The U was “still in the melting pot”, but that it would feature two essential ingredients: an audience and guests. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Television viewers are more open to channel-flicking than radio listeners are to “moving the dial”, according to Pat Kenny, who will front the firs(...)

Index heavyweight CRH dropped by 4.7 per cent to €19.66. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Stocks suffered across almost all markets as disappointing economic data emerged from the US and Europe and new worries arose on the security of Russi(...)

The makers of the new TV3 soap ‘Red Rock’, from left, John Yorke, Andrew Lowe, Peter McKenna and Ed Guiney, pictured at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, for the launch of the new TV3 2015 schedule. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

TV3’s new soap opera will be set in a “police precinct” in a fictional Dublin harbour town and has the working title Red Rock, the broadcaster said(...)

Comedy dramas, such as Fresh Meat with  Zawe Ashton, Charlotte Ritchie, Kimberley Nixon, Joe Thomas, Jack Whitehall and Greg McHugh, attract a young audience to Channel 4. photograph: channel 4/pa

Channel 4 will begin formally selling advertising in the Republic from January 1st, in a move that will add to the competitive pressures in the Iri(...)

UTV Media group chief executive, John McCann: Content more important than big-name presenters

UTV Media has begun recruiting for its new television channel in the Republic, with the company seeking a head of channel and a head of sales operatio(...)