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RTÉ sport chief - Referee microphones could become part of GAA TV match coverage
RTÉ Head of Sport Declan McBennett on a potential future move in GAA broadcasting.
# College Football
Sigerson Cup final to be shown live on TG4
NUI Galway take on UL next Wednesday evening.
All time
# Coverage
URC to be broadcast with a mix of free-to-air, pay TV, and online streaming
CEO Martin Anayi said the South African teams come ‘with a commercial might.’
# TV
Kearney and Nugent head up Premier Sports' Autumn Nations Cup coverage
The broadcaster will show the fixtures not involving Andy Farrell’s Ireland.
We have a wealth of talented podcasters here in Ireland, so why are we not counting their listeners?
As Bressie’s podcast wins an award, Darach Ó Séaghdha argues that it’s high time the JNLR figures took podcasting into account.
# broadcast
Liam Miller's tribute match could be shown on television
The chairman of the organising committee says there’s a possibility that the game will be broadcast live on 25 September.
# TV Rights
Eir Sport wins Pro14 TV rights for next season after outbidding Sky
The deal is part of eir’s major move to become a market leader in the rugby sphere.
# gender balance
Today FM announces Muireann O'Connell as host of new lunchtime programme
Before O’Connell, Today FM had no women hosting a show during its peak hours of 7am – 7pm.
# and it's live
For the very first time, an Irish court case will be broadcast live on television tomorrow
“It’s vital that justice is not just done, but is seen to be done.”
# ireland live
UTV Ireland will broadcast live for the last time this evening
The channel will be replaced on Monday morning with a new “female orientated” channel called Be3.
# Morocco
Moroccan state TV broadcasts makeup advice for women for disguising evidence of domestic violence
The programme was broadcast as a tie-in with the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
# 100 years of radio
37 Irish radio stations will broadcast rebel morse code this evening at the exact same time
100 years ago today, the first radio broadcast was sent out in Ireland.
# Your Say
Poll: Should cameras be allowed in criminal trials?
Does it help transparency or is it just voyeuristic?
# Changes
Martin King gives a 'homeless broadcast' for Ireland
The broadcaster was appearing in a video for the Simon Community to accompany their pre-budget submission.
# Big in China
A programme called 'Glamorous Ireland' has just been shown to 80 million Chinese people
The programme has focused on cultural and social aspects of Irish life.
# roving reporter
Sky News reporters will be broadcasting using branded selfie sticks
Could it be bad news for cameramen and women?
# the election will be televised
Watch: It's 50 years since the first televised general election
It seems like only yesterday.
# laying down the law
Is there a ban on Irish broadcasters showing this cover? In short, no
The BAI has revised its programming code.
# Free-to-air
What events are most important for Ireland? Pat Rabbitte wants to know
A number of ‘Designated Events’ are made available on free-to-air television
# Live coverage
RTÉ says televising National Special Olympics would be too expensive
The broadcaster’s head of sport Ryle Nugent met with Senator Mary Moran to discuss the issue today.
# and it's live
The Sky Sports plan for the GAA - technology, analysis and winning over the Irish audience
The broadcaster will make their debut on June 7th in Nowlan Park.
# broadcast
GAA are urged to make all championship games free-to-air on TV
There has been speculation that Sky Sports is about to enter the GAA TV rights market.
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.
# Exit strategy
George Hook plans end to TV career in 2015, radio in 2016
The Newstalk presenter announced his plans via Twitter this afternoon.
# Broadcasting
Watchdog rejects Irish Traveller complaint about Big Fat Gypsy Wedding
The Irish Traveller Movement in Britain had argued that episodes of the Channel 4 programme contained negative and damaging stereotypes.
# media rights
GAA seeking to expand TV coverage of games for Irish people abroad
Director-General Paraic Duffy has confirmed the association are focusing on making the games more accessible around the world.
# Innovation
Sports reporter gets 41 Seinfeld references into one broadcast
How many of them can you spot?
# broadcast
Here's your GAA coverage on TV and Radio this week
There’s plenty to watch on the box and listen to on the airwaves this week.
# ooh matron
"What a bunch of cox sackers" - the BBC gets into trouble over innuendo
# China
Sky News reporter broadcasts arrest live on TV
The reporter said he and his team were detained due to an issue with displaying the passes they needed to film in the area.
# broadcast
Sponsorship boost for Ladies Football
The sport is set to benefit from greater exposure from sponsors TG4 after the announcement yesterday at the official launch of the 2012 championships.
# Psychic Wayne
TV3 distances itself from Psychic Wayne TV broadcast
The broadcaster says the controversial Psychic Readings Live show is an informercial.
# Spot the Difference
TV3 calls RTÉ out on removing logo from Jedward footage
Handbags at dawn! TV3′s eagle eyes have spotted something amiss on the RTÉ Nine O’Clock news….
# Corrib
RTÉ to make on-air clarification over Corrib Garda 'rape tape' coverage
The clarification comes after the BAI upheld a complaint by Jerrie Anne Sullivan that RTÉ coverage of the case on July of this year caused her “undue distress and harm”.
Archbishop: Media must learn from Kevin Reynolds affair
Diarmuid Martin says that while there is no general “anti-Catholic bias” in the media, it must learn from the errors made within RTÉ.
# Kevin Reynolds
RTE to repeat Kevin Reynolds apology tonight
The state broadcaster will repeat the apology this evening after viewers expressed concern over the quality of the initial apology.
# Libya
Gaddafi: "I won't surrender"
The Libyan leader said that he and his forces are “not like women” and will keep on fighting.