Kainos reported pre-tax profits of more than £5.1million for the six months to September 2015 compared to over £5.6 million for the corresponding period the previous year.

Kainos, the recently listed Northern Ireland software and consulting group, has reported a small dip in pre-tax profits in its first half year results(...)

UTV Ireland is expected to post a loss of £11.5 million this year

UTV Media is set to return up to £55 million (€77.8m) to shareholders after the sale of its television assets to ITV. The group is to hold a meeting (...)

The duchess of Cornwall meets This Morning host Philip Schofield (second left) and co-presenter Holly Willoughby, during a visit to the ITV studios to mark the broadcaster’s 60th anniversary. Photograph: Emma Clark /Getty Images

Happy birthday to ITV, 60 years old and looking it. If ITV hadn’t commissioned Press Gang, I might never have become a journalist. I blame it for a lo(...)

Belfast-headquartered UTV Media group confirmed yesterday it is in discussions with a view to a potential sale of its television assets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Anyone in the North with a spare £100 million (€136m) to spend this week might want to take a close look at Northern Ireland’s only home-grown tele(...)

TV3 director of content Lynda McQuaid: killed off planned revival of Blind Date hosted by Lucy Kennedy.  Photograph: Brian McEvoy.

The Irish version of Gogglebox is still bound for TV3 screens – but not until autumn 2016. The show was one of the broadcaster’s big programme announc(...)

Michael Wilson:  oh-so-ebulliently fronted the launch. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

UTV Media’s warning during the week concerning the performance of its new UTV Ireland television station – the third in six months – deftly illustrate(...)

Pat Kenny at the launch of UTV Ireland . Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

UTV Media, the Belfast based, Dublin-listed company, has warned that its six-month old bespoke Irish television venture will make bigger losses than e(...)

UTV announced in January it was considering disposing of some or all of its local stations in England after reducing its full-year revenue forecast for its fledgling television station UTV Ireland by £2.5 million

Broadcaster UTV Media has sold Juice FM, its radio station in Liverpool, to Capital owner Global Radio for £10 million. UTV announced in January it wa(...)

Denis O’Brien: shadow of billionaire privacy campaigner O’Brien looms large over all conversations about media mergers in Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

In the frenetic, fast-evolving world of media, nothing appears to move more slowly than the laws and regulations that govern it. Minister for Communi(...)

UTV Ireland is to move its teatime news programme to 5.30pm from 6.30pm where it will compete directly with TV3’s evening show

UTV Media has reduced its full-year revenue forecast for its fledgling television station UTV Ireland by £2.5 million due to a slower than anticipated(...)