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Ryan Tubridy, RTÉ’s highest-paid presenter, pictured outside Number 10 Downing Street, London, in October.

Ryan Tubridy remained the highest-paid presenter at RTÉ in 2016 with a pay packet of €495,000, ahead of Ray D’Arcy, whose pay increased €50,000 to €45(...)

 New home construction is struggling to meet demand in the absence of developers’ ability to scale up. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The developer which acquired land formerly belonging to RTÉ in Donnybrook has signalled its intention to build up to 17 per cent more units than origi(...)

Finbar Furey and Imelda May performing sweet sixteen at The Late Late Show in London. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Ryan Tubridy promised viewers of the Late Late London Special “a different day in the office,” yet despite the ornate and echoey surrounds of Central (...)

RTÉ: home of a long-running funding drama. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is no stranger to advocating for greater government support for public service broadcasting, but its statement t(...)

The test card had been transmitting for 12 days before the Indian summer’s Sunday when taoiseach Bertie Ahern pushed the button that put TV3 on air. I(...)

The transmission mast at RTÉ’s Montrose campus in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

RTÉ’s transmission subsidiary 2rn saw its profits fall 15 per cent to €7.4 million last year, although revenues dropped only slightly to €28.5 million(...)

Schedule star: Amy Huberman on the set of her RTÉ / Treasure Entertainment comedy ‘Finding Joy’

Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern is set to return to the public eye on RTÉ screens over the coming year when he traces his family roots on genealogy seri(...)

Actors Daniel Mays and Anna Maxwell Martin portray Colin and Wendy Parry in the BBC’s fact-based drama ‘Mother’s Day’, which will air on RTÉ One on September 2nd. Photograph: BBC

RTÉ is seeking a sponsorship fee of €400,000 for a slate of “premium” dramas that it will show between this September and autumn 2019, including two s(...)

RTÉ director-general Dee Forbes: the success of her tenure is predicated on something beyond her control – Government policy.

It’s the summer lull before the repeats die down, new shows launch, old ones return and the holiday fill-ins come off air. At RTÉ’s campus in Donnybro(...)

Geraldine O’Leary, group head of commercial for RTÉ

“Am I optimistic?” Geraldine O’Leary, group head of commercial for RTÉ, repeats the question back. “Yes, I am. I am, because I recognise that the only(...)

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