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David Puttnam at the TAM Ireland event in Dublin

The latest figures from TAM Ireland show that Irish people spend an average of three and half hours watching television every day – an increase of (...)

Sky TV launch their coverage of the GAA championship at Croke Park last month. Photo: Clive O’Donohoe/Inpho

Friday afternoon and Nowlan Park is grey and still. At least on the face of it. The only sound is the crank of a distant drill above in the stand. A f(...)

From left: actor Kevin Shackleton, Sky Arts manager Freya Murray, Maverick TV’s Claire McArdle and actor Liam Carney

How do you market an opera on social media? For Sky Arts, which has funded Rough Magic and the Opera Theatre Company’s production of The Rise and F(...)

The curve of the German share price index DAX board is pictured at the Frankfurt stock exchange. Photograph: Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch

A boost for mining companies and Sky Deutschland helped drive European stocks rose to their highest level in more than six years. Commodity produce(...)

BT made an arrangemetn with Setanta to broadcast the company’s high-profile BT Sport channel in the Republic. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Revenues rose slightly at BT Ireland last year, but a batch of once-off costs related to restructuring and the provision of new services led to pro(...)

BSkyB, which provides pay-TV, broadband and telephony services, added 74,000 net new TV customers in its third quarter, more than double the growth it recorded last year. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Pay TV operator BSkyB added 74,000 net new TV customers in its third quarter, more than double the growth it recorded last year, as it shrugged off th(...)

During President Michael D Higgins’s visit to Britain earlier this month, RTÉ combined its resources with those of the BBC, Sky and ITV to provide live pool coverage of the speech-laden highlights. Photograph: Johnny Bambury/Fennell Photography

In the early days of the BBC, radio news bulletins only went out after 7pm. “I do not think there is much demand for an earlier bulletin,” said Joh(...)

GAA director general Paraic Duffy: “It is simply not possible for the GAA to ensure free-to-air coverage at home while at the same time making its games accessible to Irish people abroad.” Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Sky Sports was the only British broadcaster interested in screening Gaelic games, GAA director general Páraic(...)

TV3 has confirmed  it won the rights to Rugby World Cup 2015. Photograph: Pat Murphy / SPORTSFILE

TV3’s group director of broadcasting and the executive producer of its rugby 2015 World Cup coverage Niall Cogley said yesterday that not only(...)

 The rationale behind the GAA’s move into subscription broadcasting is it will revolutionise the availability of matches for members of the association in Britain where the games are proving increasingly popular as participation sports. Photograph: Paul Mohan/Sportsfile

I’m as excited as anyone by the media trend for self-improvement, embodied in the desire to “learn five things” from various events and inciden(...)

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