The artist talks about his famous collages involving John Hinde postcards, growing up in Newry during the Troubles, and being the subject of new do(...)

Adrian Lynch, director of audience, channels and marketing; Dee Forbes, director-general; and Jim Jennings, director of content. Photograph: Andres Poveda

The results may not be apparent to the audience just yet, but off-camera there’s a new line-up at RTÉ. Alongside some comings-and-goings on the exec(...)

Eddie Doyle: Incoming head of content production at BBC NI.

Senior RTÉ executive Eddie Doyle is leaving the broadcaster to become head of content production at BBC Northern Ireland. Mr Doyle was head of comed(...)

RTÉ group commercial director Willie O’Reilly is to leave the broadcaster

RTÉ group commercial director Willie O’Reilly is to leave the broadcaster at the end of the year. Mr O’Reilly (62) said he was not seeking another ex(...)

A still from the forthcoming 26-part ‘Zig and Zag’ animation, which will be on RTÉjr and CBBC next year

RTÉjr is two and a half years old. And like a toddler, it is trying to make its voice heard in a room packed with people a lot bigger than it. It isn(...)

“We’re not just doing cute little stories for cute little girls in pink.” Sheila de Courcy, RTÉ head of children’s content, at the station’s  Montrose television studios

RTÉjr is celebrating its first birthday this week, and the channel will mark its new status as a one- year-old by staying up 10 minutes later e(...)

“There is a long winter ahead, and I hope we have something for all of you to shorten those long winter nights,” said RTÉ Television managing director(...)

RTÉjr Radio 
Happy Days
 presenter Emma Power and the host of TRTÉ Radio’s 
, Colm Flynn, at the launch of the new television, radio and online service RTÉ studios on Monday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

A children’s radio station is a concept that will seem novel to anyone who grew up in the pre-digital media age, but it makes sense that the pr(...)

Children at the launch of RTÉjr, the new children’s channel on radio, online and mobile, at RTÉ studios yesterday.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

RTÉ will not be erecting a “paywall” when it starts charging for content accessed by international visitors to its website, director general No(...)

Sheila De Courcy, cross-divisional head of children’s content at RTÉ, which launches standalone channel RTÉjr today.

Children are notoriously a tough crowd. But for Sheila De Courcy, head of children’s content at RTÉ, it’s a crowd that can be cracked with a co(...)