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Packing a punch: ratings successes  such as Love/Hate will continue to make TV a heavy hitter. From left Elmo (Laurence Kinlan), Nidge (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) and Ado (Mark Dunne) discussing what to do with Tommy (Killian Scott).  photograph: bernard walsh

After surprisingly poor advertising revenues in the first half of 2013, the Irish television industry is collectively pinning its hopes on more ben(...)

Rough Magic performers Cormac Lawlor and Sarah Shine at the announcement of the Sky Arts award of €230,000. Photograph: Alan Betson

An old truck, coughing and spluttering its way across America, finally breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Its three occupants – a widow called Leoc(...)

Lynne Parker says the new production is ‘an ideal show to draw in a new audience from every cultural corner’.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Irish theatre company Rough Magic has been awarded funding of €230,000 by digital broadcasting company Sky Ireland to enable a large-scale prod(...)

Former Munster and Ireland hooker Frankie Sheahan. Photographs: Eric Luke; Dan Sheridan, Inpho

Anyone who has ever played sports competitively knows that feeling when your heart starts beating faster than usual. It’s usually a sign that you’ve g(...)

Comedy dramas, such as Fresh Meat with  Zawe Ashton, Charlotte Ritchie, Kimberley Nixon, Joe Thomas, Jack Whitehall and Greg McHugh, attract a young audience to Channel 4. photograph: channel 4/pa

Channel 4 will begin formally selling advertising in the Republic from January 1st, in a move that will add to the competitive pressures in the Iri(...)

BT Sport has announced it has won the exclusive UK live broadcast rights for all Champions League and Europa League matches for three seasons from 20(...)

Magnus Ternsjö, chief executive of UPC Ireland, and Mark Coan, vice-president of UPC sales and marketing, pictured at the launch of its Horizon set- top box in August. UPC says there have been 30,000 subscriptions to Horizon TV in the year to the end of September. photograph: cyril byrne

UPC Ireland has been toasting 30,000 subscriptions to its new Horizon TV service and a 7 per cent rise in overall subscriptions in the year to the en(...)

A 15-year lease for the basement, ground floor and first, second and third floors of 43 Grafton Street was signed in November of last year and involves an annual rent of €305,000, to be paid quarterly. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

High-profile commercial tenants are paying more than €1 million a-year in rent for central Dublin offices, a first look at a newly-published register (...)

It costs an estimated €49,000 per annum to run the average Irish household

While a net income of just under €50,000 might sound like a lot of cash, it can be burned through very quickly by families trying to keep the wheels o(...)

Sky’s remake of The Bridge sees Stephen Dillane investigate across borders

The latest series from Sky’s beefed-up drama department tests whether any TV remake can hope to capture that grey-sky bleakness that makes Scandi crim(...)

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