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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(...)

Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources  Pat Rabbitte with Herb Hribar, chief executive of Eircom announcing the new television service yesterday. Photograph: Maxwells

Eircom has finally taken the wrapping off its digital TV service, providing the Irish consumer with yet another entertainment option. It puts the comp(...)

Pat Rabbitte, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, with Herb Hribar, chief executive of Eircom Group at the launch today of eircom’s new TV service, eVision yesterday.

Who would have thought Eircom, a debt-ridden telecoms incumbent that has been passed from owner to owner in recent years, would suddenly look like a f(...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte with Eircom chief executive Herb Hribar at the announcement of the company’s new TV service eVision yesterday. Photograph: Maxwells

Eircom has become the first company to offer the elusive quad-play – home phone, broadband, mobile phone and television services – to the Irish market(...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte (right) with Eircom chief executive Herb Hribar at the launch today of eircom’s new TV service, eVision. Photograph: Tony Maxwell

Eircom has unveiled plans for a new TV service as it takes on rivals UPC and Sky in the living room,as it becomes the first to offer a “quad play” ser(...)

Sky Broadband will replace Liberty Insurance as the new sponsor of the Late Late Show, RTÉ has announced.RTÉ had been looking for a new sponsor for it(...)

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