French telecoms entrepreneur Xavier Niel’s NIJ Capital is close to finalising a deal to buy a majority stake in Eir, according to the ‘Sunday Times.’

French telecoms entrepreneur Xavier Niel’s NIJ Capital is close to finalising a deal to buy a majority stake in Eir, according to the Sunday Times. Th(...)

The Irish Times is acquiring Landmark Media. which includes Irish Examiner, Waterford News & Star, Western People and Kildare Nationalist. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times DAC has agreed a deal to acquire all the publishing and media interests of Landmark Media Group, the Cork-based company that owns the (...)

Ian Hyland said the near-600 page book is “the first volume . . . of a history and chronology of the entire Irish economy” that he intends to publish.

Denis O’Brien says “every minister for communications is conflicted” in decisions about the television licence fee because, he says, RTÉ gives the mi(...)

The BAI rejected a complaint about Newstalk’s George Hook which alleged he had threatened someone who sent a text to his then ‘High Noon’ programme. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

A complaint made against radio presenter George Hook where he called an individual tweeting to the show an “ignorant shit” was not upheld by the Broad(...)

The Government will be advised to change legislation to force satellite television services such as Sky and Virgin to pay RTÉ and TV3 retransmission fees for broadcasting their programmes. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The collection of television licence fees by the Revenue Commissioners, transferring the service from An Post, is among the recommendations to be mad(...)

Sarah McInerney was only shifted to her current Saturday 8am slot in August, when the Drivetime current affairs programme she co-presented with Chris Donoghue was axed to make way for Ivan Yates. Photograph: Maxwells

Newstalk has confirmed Sarah McInerney will leave the station after less than four months in her current role. She will present her last show on Satur(...)

The broadcasting ban has angered some staff at Newstalk and Today FM, several of whom have complained to their stations’ management. But it remains in force. File photograph: Getty Images

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is to seek independent legal advice as to whether Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp has breached the terms of radio li(...)

International relations: the RTÉ One drama ‘Acceptable Risk’ is a recent example of an Irish-Canadian television co-production

Television co-productions between Ireland and Canada will be boosted under a new development fund part-financed by the Broadcasting Authority of Irel(...)

Members of the RTÉ Concert Orchestra pictured at the National Concert Hall last year. Photograph: Mark Stedman.

A review of RTÉ’s orchestral services is to be carried out by former senior BBC executive Helen Boaden and consulting firm Mediatique, RTÉ has announc(...)

RTÉ presenters  David McCullagh, Tommie Gorman, Ingrid Miley and Des Cahill at the launch at the National Library of Ireland of the RTÉ Archives – a major  collection  of RTÉ News coverage from 1985  to  1999.  Photograph: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie

A younger, slimmer Des Cahill is reclining on an Aer Lingus plane, being served champagne by a female steward who seems to have been dunked in fake ta(...)

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