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(...)

Pat Kenny: ‘Pat Kenny in the Round’ will continue for another four weeks before returning in the autumn for an eight-week run. Photograph: Barry McCall

Mondays were already the most important night of the week – by some distance – for UTV Ireland, and the debut of Pat Kenny’s new interview show, Pa(...)

UTV Media group chief executive John McCann pictured with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at its Dublin base in December. UTV Media has announced its full-year results. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Losses at UTV Ireland, the new television channel set up by UTV Media, will be in the region of £6 million (€8.4 million) this year, the company has a(...)

UTV Ireland’s three news reporters Sarah O’Connor, Claire Brock and Sinéad O’Donnell.

For UTV Ireland, the only thing missing is the audience. In its Macken House base in Dublin’s docklands, the just-assembled news team spent the days b(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and UTV Ireland news anchor Alison Comyn at the station’s Dublin studio Photograph: Jason Clarke

Government ministers will make themselves available for interview to UTV Ireland’s news and current affairs team, Taoiseach Enda Kenny promised as he (...)

Presenter Alison Comyn pictured at the launch of UTV Ireland programmes  earlier this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

UTV Ireland has confirmed that it will be available on all the main television platforms in the Republic when it launches on January 1st.It will be c(...)

The rededication ceremony at Deansgrange.  Cemetery supervisor John McCann said the graves had been designed not to stand out as denoting military service in the war. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The graves of 63 Irishmen who fought in the first World War were rededicated yesterday in a service at Deansgrange Cemetery. The men, mostly Catholic(...)

Pat Kenny is set to present a new peak-time series on  UTV Ireland, which is to be launched in early 2015. The media group said today that it has incurred £0.5m in start-up costs so far for the new channel but that it expects it to turn a profit in Q2 2015. Photograph: Maxwells

Media group UTV pointed to a strong recovery in each of its advertising markets, helped by the World Cup, as it reported revenue growth of 13 per cent(...)

Olwen Fouéré in Riverrun. Photograph: Jeremy Abrahams

‘Edinburgh is the worst city in the world if your show is doing badly and it’s the best city in the world if your show is doing well.” These were t(...)

 Pat Kenny at the Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square for the announcement that he will host a new television show on UTV Ireland.   Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

Pat Kenny will host a new television show on UTV Ireland, the station due to launch on January 5th. Mr Kenny said “the timing was absolutely perfect f(...)