The report says Denis O’Brien enjoys a dominant position within the print and commercial radio sector. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Concentration of media ownership in Ireland poses a “high risk” to diversity of opinion, according to a report compiled by a Dublin City University le(...)

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 (...)

Pat Kenny at the launch of UTV Ireland  in Dublin in August 2014. The station was launched with much fanfare but has struggled to perform since. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

Belfast based media group UTV plans to sell its television assets, including its subsidiary UTV Ireland, to ITV plc for £100 million (€136m). F(...)

Prof Paul McKevitt and Prof Paul Moore from Ulster University’s School of Creative Arts & Technologies.

When new software solutions emerge from third-level institutions it is usually presumed that the source will be the computer science or engineering de(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Niall Gaffney, Phillipa Dunne, Amy Stephenson, Rory Connelly and Shane Langan in ‘The Walshes’. Photograph: Allan Staley

It’s only the recent past, but television in Ireland was a different proposition in 2007. Netflix was something to which people in metropolitan Americ(...)

DUP representatives (left to right) Jonathan Bell, Jeffrey Donaldson and Mervyn Storey speaking to the media at Stormont House in Belfast on Thursday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The five main parties in Northern Ireland were playing an old 1960s Beatles tune up at Stormont House yesterday: Money (That’s What I Want). A billion(...)

 The X Factor:  viewers who up until now could choose between UTV and TV3 may find that the latter has become their only option for programmes such as The X Factor

Down at the site of what used to be a tobacco factory in Dublin 8, TV3 has been doing some filming. The hard set for its soap opera Red Rock is there,(...)

UTV Ireland is on track to launch its Irish television channel inJanuary 2015 featuring presenters Alison Comyn and Pat Kenny.Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Revenues at broadcasting group UTV eased back to a 3 per cent increase in the third quarter to September 30th, with a further strengthening in sterlin(...)