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The “sky did not fall in” when Pat Kenny defected from RTÉ to Newstalk, observed one member of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications

RTÉ’s competitors are “talking to other people who they want to lure away from us”, the broadcaster’s deputy director-general Kevin Bakhurst told a(...)

ICA Bootcamp: The entertainment series is no longer on RTÉ, but it is being sold overseas as ‘Granny Bootcamp’

“This is where we show off our wares,” says Edel Edwards, head of programme sale for RTÉ Global, of the MIPTV marketplace, which is held every Apri(...)

Derek Mooney

Is Radio 1’s Mooney “a family show” that should avoid mention of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)? The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland’s exe(...)

Michael Smurfit leaving the Moriarty tribunal: “Tribunal reports are extremely flawed”, he says. “A finding is considered to be de rigueur law, but it is not. It is one man’s opinion of what he thinks has happened.”

Michael Smurfit says he played a crucial role in creating the conditions for Ireland to become a hub for technology giants like Microsoft and Intel(...)

Angela Kerins: has resigned, citing toll of recent controversies on her family and on Rehab itself. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The seeds of Angela Kerins’s exit from Rehab were sown 87 days ago when she went on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland (...)

GAA president  Liam Ó Neill with GAA Hall of Fame inductees, from left, Kilkenny’s Noel Skehan, Kerry’s Mick O’Dwyer, Sligo’s Michael Kearins and Waterford’s Pat McGrath at  Croke Park. Photo: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

The fall-out from the GAA’s decision to grant exclusive rights to subscription channel Sky Sports continued yesterday with sharp criticism of R(...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has called for a full investigation of road speed cameras. Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Allegations that faulty equipment used by privately operated speed cameras are causing drivers to be wrongly fined should be investigated, Mini(...)

The GAA has announced a new three-year TV deal, which includes   Sky  broadcasting 14 matches exclusively in Ireland for the next three years. Photograph:   Cathal Noonan/Inpho

GAA president Liam O’Neill says he was “shocked” by the “aggressive” RTÉ interviews he and director general Páraic Duffy took part in on Tuesda(...)

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(...)

Sky will broadcast 20 live GAA championship games this summer. Photograph:  Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Of the serried ranks of people lined up in opposition to the GAA’s new partnership with Sky Sports, it’s probably not surprising that Joe Broll(...)

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