Ruby Walsh will work for Racing UK as they relaunch as Racing TV on January 1st. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Racing UK’s new-year rebrand as Racing TV is to feature an ‘Extra’ stream to ensure full coverage of all its 61 racecourses following the acquisition (...)

Boscabet has begun rolling out digital betting information displays in bookies and UK racecourses, where its new system for the new British Tote –  Britbet –  will go live later this year

Broadcaster Racing UK’s parent Racecourse Media Group (RMG) has taken a minority stake in Irish start-up Boscabet. Boscabet has begun rolling out d(...)

 A Sports Information Services TV camera at Chelmsford City racecourse. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

At The Races (ATR) has expressed disappointment in losing media rights to rival Racing UK to broadcast racing in Ireland from the start of 2019. The (...)

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) has stressed there is no question of Irish racing playing second-fiddle when coverage of the sport switches to the Racing U(...)

The 2016 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Don Cossack, ridden by Bryan Cooper Photograph: Inpho

TV3 has signed a four-year partnership with Racecourse Media Group (RMG) to show the Cheltenham, Aintree, Epsom and Royal Ascot racing events from 201(...)

Channel 4’s 31-year link with horse racing will come to an end after it was announced ITV had won exclusive terrestrial rights to British racing from 2017. Photograph: Getty

ITV has signed a four-year deal to become the exclusive terrestrial broadcast partner for British racing from 2017, replacing Channel 4. Having won t(...)

Richard Fitzgerald, Jessica Kahawaty, Casey Fitzgerald, Simon Harrington, and Heidi Schnittger  at the launch of Lovin Dubai

Lovin Dublin, the food blog and restaurant review site founded by Irish entrepreneur Niall Harbison, is expanding to Dubai. A new site – Lovin Dubai –(...)

Since early last month Horse Racing Ireland, which has negotiating rights for the country’s 26 racetracks, has been in exclusive talks with Attheraces, the satellite channel that holds the rights to broadcast all Irish races to cable viewers, along with those from a large number of tracks in Britain and abroad. Photograph: Inpho/Morgan Treacy

The Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) board is set to discuss the latest offers for the sport’s media rights when it meets tomorrow in Galway, where one of t(...)