Owen Keegan of Dublin City arriving for a hearing with the Public Accounts Committee over the cancelled Garth /The Irish Times

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has admitted he told Croke Park stadium director Peter McKenna last February he would be “supportive”(...)

Country music star Garth Brooks performs at the 48th ACM Awards in Las Vegas in in April 2013. Photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Dublin city chief executive Owen Keegan has told the Oireachtas transport committee he did tell Croke Park stadium director Peter McKenna he would be (...)

Promoter Peter Aiken leaving Leinster House today following a meeting with the Oireachtas Transport committee to discuss the Garth Brooks concerts. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times 1:45

Dublin city manager Owen Keegan tonight rejected claims from the GAA that he was fully in support of five Garth Brooks concerts before controversially(...)

Red Rock is a community-based soap set in a fictional Dublin coastal town that revolves around a Garda station

So will there be any love triangles? The creator and producers of TV3’s new soap opera Red Rock, exposed to the press for the first time last week,(...)

Pictured at yesterday’s GAAGO launch were Dublin footballer Ciarán Kilkenny and former Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

GAA commercial director Peter McKenna believes the online streaming partnership with RTÉ, which goes live next month, has greater long-term value than(...)

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(...)

GAA director Páraic Duffy (left) and Sky Ireland managing director JD Buckley at Croke Park for the announcement of the TV station’s acquisition of exclusive broadcasting rights to nine championship games for three years. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

And so, in a manner of speaking the Sky has fallen. Although the impact of the GAA’s sale of exclusive championship rights will be comparativel(...)

 Ard Stiúrthóir of the GAA Páraic Duffy, left, and JD Buckley, managing director, Sky Ireland at the announcment of the new broadcasting rights agreement. Photograph: Paul Mohan / Sportsfile

The GAA yesterday confirmed details of the new broadcasting rights agreement to cover the next three years. As had been widely speculated the d(...)

RTÉ will no longer have exclusive broadcasting rights to the All-Ireland hurling and football finals at Croke Park as Sky are also believed to have also acquired non-exclusive rights. Photograph: Inpho

The GAA are expected to announce shortly – maybe as early as next week – details of the latest three-year broadcasting rights agreement. It is (...)

Dublin taking on Tyrone under lights at Croke Park.  Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Marketing occupies a specific space within the GAA, somewhere between the dismissive point on the spectrum where putting the best foot forward (...)