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Qualifying games played by Irish football teams will continue to be broadcast on free-to-air television after the new centralised Uefa televisi(...)

Pat Rabbitte: to get broadcasting report in May. photograph: alan betson

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has given “primary consideration” to a major funding review of public service broadcasting co-ordinated b(...)

Jockeys Ross O'Sullivan, Áine Ryan & Dawn Leadon-Bolger, who participated in the first series of TG4’s Jockey Eile

Like their counterparts in film, television executives are not stupid: for their annual spring marketplace, they descend on warm and sunny Cann(...)

It’s been a busy week for mobile deal company Temptster. Fresh off the back of an appearance on RTÉ’s Dragons’ Den(...)

Director general of RTÉ Noel Curran: “The report illustrates that RTÉ plays a unique and central role in Ireland’s creative economy. Photograph: Frank Miller

A report commissioned by RTÉ from PricewaterhouseCoopers describes Ireland’s €160 licence fee as “comparatively low” and the scale of the broad(...)

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has called for  coherent and practical data protection rules.

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has called for “a coherent and practical set of data protection rules at National and European Union levels” (...)

Broadcasting Authority of Ireland chairman Bob Collins who is planning to ask the Government to set up a register of financial interests for presenters. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is to ask the Government to introduce a law setting up a register of financial interests for radio and televi(...)

Lisbon treaty referendum debate on RTÉ’s Today with Pat Kenny programme in 2009. “Broadcasting is still a powerful influence, and news and current affairs have lost none of their capacity to engage and serve the audience.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Time was when tribunals of inquiry were rare events in Ireland’s public life. It was a measure of something then that one of them was – in 1969(...)

Late British prime minister  Margaret Thatcher photographed in September 2008. Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

President Michael D Higgins has described Margaret Thatcher as one of the “most conviction-driven British prime ministers who drew on a scholar(...)

Fine Gael deputy Andrew Doyle who said a delay in returning a form meant that penalty points he received for speeding were allocated to his wife’s licence.

A prominent Fine Gael backbench TD has said his wife had penalty points added to her licence that he received for speeding. Andrew Doyle, chair(...)

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