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BT Sports pundits Brian O’Driscoll and Shane Jennings. BT’s pay TV wing has helped boost profits. Photograph: INPHO

BT reported second-quarter sales that beat analysts’ estimates, boosted by customer additions in its mobile-phone, broadband and pay-television busine(...)

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Britain has fined Vodafone a record £4.6 million for “serious and sustained” customer failures, including not updating accounts when mobile phone user(...)

 The NatWest bank has informed Russian television channel Russia Today that they have frozen the company’s bank accounts in UK. Photograph: Hannah McKay/EPA

The UK bank accounts of Russian TV broadcaster Russia Today have been shut down, its editor-in-chief has said, in a move that the UK government appear(...)

The ‘Coronation Street’ set at Media City, Manchester. The programme has apologised for any offence the scene caused. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

The broadcasting watchdog has launched an investigation into an episode of Coronation Street after the soap was accused of racism for a comment a char(...)

RTÉ has invited tenders from property agents to manage the valuation of its portfolio of sites with a view to flogging off “under-utilised” parts of its Donnybrook base

“Change can be disconcerting,” Dee Forbes wrote in a note to RTÉ staff yesterday, “but ultimately I have always believed that change is good; with it(...)

Kevin Bakhurst, RTÉ’s departing deputy director-general, pictured in RTÉ’s television centre in January 2013. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times.

RTÉ deputy director-general and managing director of news and current affairs Kevin Bakhurst is leaving the broadcaster to take up a role at the UK co(...)

Channel 4’s Naked Attraction:  160 people have  complained but thousands called in asking how to apply to be on the show.

In 1983 Channel 4 broadcast a programme called Mini-Pops which featured primary school children dressed up as the pop stars of the day and miming to t(...)

 DAX  stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany: Fashion brand Hermes, drinks-maker Campari and sportswear company Adidas all touched  record highs on Tuesday. Photograph: Reuters

Healthcare and consumer stocks helped boost European markets yesterday, leaving some commentators speculating that low interest rates were encouragin(...)

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But, ignoring the old adage, the UK government yesterday published a white paper proposing wide-ranging, and what was(...)

The Government plans to award two subsidised contracts for the rollout of high-speed broadband across rural Ireland later this year. The scheme is likely to cost up to €1.5 billion, with the State expected to stump up half the money. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Telecoms firm Enet has signalled its intention to bid for the Government’s rural broadband scheme. The tender will be awarded later this year. The co(...)

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