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#Communications

# communications - Sunday 30 November, 2014

Poll: How often do you tune into Oireachtas TV? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: How often do you tune into Oireachtas TV?

Organisers aren’t expecting thousands of viewers.

# communications - Friday 31 October, 2014

Student finance body SUSI has paid out 11,000 more grants than this time last year

There are around 19,000 students still awaiting payments.

# communications - Thursday 30 October, 2014

Is Irish Water getting any better at answering TDs’ questions?

Several TDs have complained about not getting any response to their queries from the new utility.

# communications - Monday 29 September, 2014

Alex White had his car stolen last week

A briefcase was also stolen during the burglary, but the Department of Communications has said it didn’t contain any sensitive documents.

# communications - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

‘Central server issue’ behind Dublin Bus communications problems

Real time passenger info and Dublin Bus phones were experiencing service disruptions earlier.

# communications - Tuesday 12 August, 2014

There will be no decisions made on fracking in Ireland for at least 2 years

The department of Minister of State Joe McHugh has issued a statement in response the announcement by Mark Durkan.

# communications - Wednesday 2 July, 2014

From Business ETC These are the 50 towns being targeted for a €450mn high-speed broadband plan High In Fibre

These are the 50 towns being targeted for a €450mn high-speed broadband plan

ESB and Vodafone are going 50:50 on the deal.

# communications - Saturday 22 March, 2014

Government makes no comment on postcode costs amid Dáil claims of €30m

Minister Rabbitte told the Dáil that his department was assisted in the tender process by a consulting firm.

# communications - Tuesday 18 March, 2014

From Business ETC EU lawmakers vote in favour of scrapping roaming charges by 2015 Roaming Charges

EU lawmakers vote in favour of scrapping roaming charges by 2015

The European Commission says it expects a final agreement of the legislation by December 2014.

# communications - Wednesday 12 March, 2014

Poll: Are you too reliant on the internet? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you too reliant on the internet?

Do you get panicked if you can’t check your emails or your exact location?

# communications - Wednesday 5 March, 2014

‘Anti-Pantigate’ bill tabled in the Dáil to stop “the litigious and thin-skinned”

Stephen Donnelly says that he feels broadcasters are already being more cautious as a result of the controversy.

# communications - Wednesday 5 February, 2014

Stormwatch: Eircom and ESB work to return services to 16,000 customers

The company warned that another 10,000 customers could be impacted over the coming days.

# communications - Friday 31 January, 2014

Rabbitte won’t ‘interfere’ in RTÉ’s Panti payments

Rabbitte said he has never called someone who disagreed with him on the issue of gay equality a ‘homophobe’.

# communications - Monday 27 January, 2014

Column: Sorry politicians, you can’t avoid social media – people no longer accept being ‘talked at’

The political class have realised the importance of a digital economy – but, they also need to realise the importance of building a digital democracy, writes Niall Devitt.

# communications - Wednesday 22 January, 2014

From Business ETC ESB will use its network to bring broadband to rural areas Get Connected

ESB will use its network to bring broadband to rural areas

The electricity provider looks set to enter the broadband market after new laws have been published by the Government.

# communications - Tuesday 15 October, 2013

RTÉ to take €5m hit as Dept of Social Protection cuts free TV licences payment

Current recipients of free licences will not be affected, TheJournal.ie has learned – instead, the State broadcaster will take brunt of the cut.

# communications - Friday 11 October, 2013

TDs and Senators given advice to counter ‘disingenuous annual media yarn’ on allowances

TDs and Senators have been told to point out that “most if not all members” will have exceeded the minimum number of attendance days to qualify for allowances. In fact, just 15 TDs and four Senators have reached the required number of days.

# communications - Tuesday 8 October, 2013

Confirmed: New national postcode system to be rolled out by Spring 2015

A consortium headed by Capita Ireland has won the tender to develop, implement and operate the new postcode system.

# communications - Wednesday 25 September, 2013

Samsung to launch smartphone with a curved display

The new design will be out next month. It follows on from the company’s launch of a ‘smart watch’ earlier this month.

# communications - Monday 23 September, 2013

Column: There’s an art to public speaking – Enda should stick to these simple guidelines

Enda Kenny is under pressure to step up to the plate after Micheál Martin accepted an invitation to a head-to-head debate on the Seanad referendum. Our Taoiseach could use a crash course in communications and presentation training, writes Rory Egan.

# communications - Thursday 12 September, 2013

# communications - Wednesday 28 August, 2013

From Business ETC Best Irish website awards to introduce ‘worst website’ award The Ugly Truth

Best Irish website awards to introduce ‘worst website’ award

Nominations for the annual Realex Web Awards are now open. In terms of web design, this year’s ceremony will be recognising the bad and the downright ugly, alongside the good.

# communications - Tuesday 27 August, 2013

‘We don’t have cavemen here’: Property tax register may be used for broadcast charge

Pat Rabbitte has expressed some scepticism that there are people in Ireland who don’t access public service content at all.

# communications - Wednesday 7 August, 2013

From Business ETC Eircom pays €275k penalty for failing to repair faults equally Eircom

Eircom pays €275k penalty for failing to repair faults equally

ComReg found that Eircom was repairing more faults to its own retail arm’s customers than that of other operators’ customers.

# communications - Wednesday 24 July, 2013

Valentia Island site of first transatlantic message up for sale

“The Telegraph Field” with picturesque views of Foilhommerum Bay and the Skellig rocks is available under a guide price of €160,000 with ruins of the 150-year-old cable house still remaining.

# communications - Thursday 18 July, 2013

VIDEO: Pat Rabbitte being surrounded by protestors in pub Pub Protest This post contains a poll This post contains videos

VIDEO: Pat Rabbitte being surrounded by protestors in pub

Do you agree with the method of protest on show in this video?

# communications - Tuesday 16 July, 2013

21 bankers in Ireland earned more than €1 million in 2011

Another EU state had 2,436 individuals earning over €1 million in the same year.

# communications - Wednesday 22 May, 2013

Power to shut down phone networks is ‘proportionate’ – watchdog G8

Power to shut down phone networks is ‘proportionate’ – watchdog

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties says shutting down mobile phone networks is a fair power to deal with terrorist threats.

# communications - Tuesday 30 April, 2013

Independent radio stations tell Rabbitte: Don’t let RTE monopolise the airwaves

“Despite the fact that RTE is a minority player in terms of audience they hold a virtual stranglehold on public funding from the licence fee”.

# communications - Wednesday 27 March, 2013

From Business ETC Business had €30,000 of calls made without its knowledge after hacking Communications

Business had €30,000 of calls made without its knowledge after hacking

The communications regulator, ComReg, has said that there have been 16 reported cases by operators of businesses’ phone systems being hacked in recent weeks

# communications - Wednesday 6 March, 2013

Column: We already have all the laws we need to tackle online abuse

Proposals to introduce legislation to “curb” social media use are an unnecessary attack on free speech, writes Fergal Crehan.

# communications - Saturday 2 March, 2013

Price of a stamp will rise to 60c next month

An Post has been given permission to consolidate its postage rates – so both 55c and 65c stamps will be repriced at 60c.

# communications - Thursday 14 February, 2013

Pro-life ‘robo-calls’ to Irish numbers came from United States

ComReg and the Data Protection Commissioner say because the calls came from abroad, they can take no action against them.

# communications - Monday 14 January, 2013

From Business ETC Samsung sells 100 million Galaxy S smartphones Samsung

Samsung sells 100 million Galaxy S smartphones

The company launched the first Galaxy S model at the end of May 2010 and has sold 41 million of the newest version of the phone.

# communications - Saturday 12 January, 2013

From The Daily Edge This is the week’s news… skewed Not The News

This is the week’s news… skewed

Breaking via The Mire wire: Tinfoil hats to protect against interweb; abortion floodgates ‘like Guinness at The Gathering’; James Reilly a mystery to the Troika.

# communications - Wednesday 9 January, 2013

From Business ETC Dongle manufacturer Huawei to create over 50 new jobs Jobswatch

Dongle manufacturer Huawei to create over 50 new jobs

The Chinese company will create the new roles at its facilities in Cork and Dublin.

# communications - Monday 7 January, 2013

From Business ETC NI committee wants to ban roaming charges within Ireland Roaming

NI committee wants to ban roaming charges within Ireland

Sinn Féin has won approval to approach the Oireachtas communications committee and examine whether roaming can be banned.

# communications - Saturday 5 January, 2013

Oireachtas to question newspapers over ‘paying for linking’

Labour TD Seán Kenny is asking the National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) to appear before an Oireachtas committee to explain its stance on linking.

# communications - Thursday 3 January, 2013

From Business ETC Ofcom sets out proposals to tackle mid-contract price rises Consumers

Ofcom sets out proposals to tackle mid-contract price rises

The regulator is considering introducing rules allowing customers to exit their contract without penalty if prices are raised in the middle of a contract term.

# communications - Friday 28 December, 2012

Poll: Should social media users be able to comment anonymously? Your Say This post contains a poll
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