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# Broadcasting

Last year
Dónal Óg Cusack criticises decision to put Munster hurling games behind GAAGO paywall
Analysis: If RTÉ is to survive this scandal it must focus on public-interest only from now on
Dr Eileen Culloty
Coimisiún na Meán: Ireland's new watchdog on using 'teeth' to take on social media giants
'A friend to all' - Tributes paid following death of sports broadcaster Paudie Palmer
All time
'Cultural vandalism': UK Government criticised over decision to privatise Channel 4
eir Sport channels to cease broadcasting later this year
GAA league fixtures to be spread across weekends for live TV coverage
Rugby 20, virtual fans, and social distancing - eir Sport's plans for rugby's return
Broadcasting regulator rejects 12 complaints made against RTÉ and Newstalk since December
Billion-dollar Olympic postponement presents short-term headaches for NBC
'No intention to mislead': BBC admits 'mistake' in editing laughter from Boris Johnson clip
Sex, condoms and Boyzone: 20 memorable moments from Gay Byrne's career
Dáil: New bill to prevent radio and television stations from blacklisting other media outlets
Free-to-air, subscriptions and the 'digital space' - What future for the Six Nations?
'It's been really hard. I shouldn't have to go through that': Alex Scott opens up about social media abuse
RTÉ assessing each TV news report individually after blurring faces of local election candidates
RTÉ now lists all candidates in a constituency whenever one is mentioned on air
RTÉ says it could benefit from other TV channels 'going dark' with a no-deal Brexit
Broadcasters warned about use of social media in presidential election coverage
RTÉ says the TV licence fee system needs to be reformed
'I don't think we got it because we're women': Caitriona Perry and Keelin Shanley on Six One jobs
Supreme Court proceedings have been broadcast for the first time in State history
Poll: Do you think gender quotas for TV and radio presenters are a good idea?
Chris Evans and Graham Norton among BBC's top-paid presenters
RTÉ boss calls for hike in TV licence fee to €175
Ian Dempsey: 'Was I really asleep in that picture? But I was standing up. Did Matt Cooper really say that?'
Ian Dempsey
Plan to get more women on airwaves 'welcome' - but progress could take years
'It feels right': Why Second Captains are rolling the dice again
Radio show allowed special needs children to be called 'mongos'
'Hurling is one of the fastest sports in the world, it should be shown on ESPN'
An Irish chat show filmed in an attic and broadcast on Facebook is going up against the Late Late
Ray D’Arcy interview with Graham Linehan and wife over abortion broke broadcasting rules
When can I actually watch the golf? Augusta's rules and how they affect coverage
RTÉ Radio 1 is still hammering the opposition in the radio wars
Joe Duffy says the competition between RTÉ presenters is tougher than UFC fighting
Pat Kenny's show on UTV Ireland has been given the axe
"Working with Johnny could be a stomach churning, white-knuckle ride. But he had a gaffer's talent"
Stephen Doyle
BBC lose ground in 6 Nations broadcast deal to keep Sky at bay
The ISIS radio station targeting new recruits sounds just like America's NPR
Derek Davis to be laid to rest on Monday