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RTÉ’s biggest commercial nemesis in recent years has not been Netflix and its ilk, but the panoply of UK channels that sell advertising in this market. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

For Irish broadcasters, Netflix has one saving grace: it is an ad-free zone. The on-demand television company may or may not be stealing eyeballs (ind(...)

Illustration: iStock

Love might be blind but it can also be very economical. People in long-term relationships are likely to spend a lot less on everything from homes and(...)

RTÉ director-general Dee Forbes in a mail to staff noted that “change can be disconcerting, but ultimately I have always believed that change is good”.

Dundalk FC’s win over Bate Borisov this week to advance to the next stage of Champions League qualification represented a rare triumph for Irish domes(...)

Virgin Media sought to overturn a High Court ruling that compelled the broadband provider to take steps to help cut down on copyright infringement on its network. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The music industry was back in court last week to hear the result of an appeal in the latest battle over music piracy. ISP Virgin Media had sought to(...)

Virgin Media had 323,300 television subscribers at the end of June, some 9,300 fewer than at the end of March. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Revenue at Virgin Media Ireland rose 2 per cent in the second quarter of the year, increasing to €100 million. The company, which rebranded to Virg(...)

- Tony Hanway, chief executive of Virgin Media Ireland, Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Virgin Media customers hoping for a last-minute deal on BT Sports and Eir Sports channels will be left disappointed after its Irish head confirmed th(...)

File photograph of Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announcing the takeover of UPC Ireland last year.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

The country’s second largest internet service provider, Virgin Media, must take steps to deal with illegal music downloading, the Court of Appeal has (...)

Actavo, owned by Denis O’Brien, will bid for Irish Water contracts said chief executive Sean Corkery. Photograph: David Sleator

The Denis O’Brien-owned industrial services group Actavo is likely to seek more work from State utility Irish Water, according to its chief executive(...) is aimed at less tech-savvy SME owners and managers, allowing businesses to get online within minutes. Photograph: Adam Peck/PA Wire

A new service has joined the battle to get small Irish businesses online, offering a simple ecommerce platform. is aimed at less tech-savvy(...)

TV3 Group has appointed Bill Malone as director of programming, poaching him from his role as RTÉ2 channel controller.

TV3 Group has appointed Bill Malone as director of programming, poaching him from his role as RTÉ2 channel controller. Mr Malone’s departure was co(...)

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