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# Licence Fee

This month
May 2024
What options are on the table for the future funding of RTÉ?
This year
2024
Taoiseach slams Sinn Féin motion on TV licence fee as ‘pretty comical’
Last year
2023
Expanded probe into setting up of RTÉ's barter account requested by expert group
RTÉ's annual report shows broadcaster recorded deficit of €2.8 million last year
Minister ‘won't ask voters to spend more money on RTE without reform plan’
Quiz: How much do you know about the TV licence?
Dublin judge hits out at RTÉ and 'Godlike personalities' in criticism during TV licence hearing
All time
TV licence fee in place for RTÉ 'utterly broken', Dee Forbes tells committee
RTÉ journalists say plan to cut top presenters' pay 'doesn't go far enough'
RTÉ director general says more land at Donnybrook campus will be sold
Widespread RTÉ cuts: 200 jobs to go, digital stations scrapped and top presenters hit with 15% pay cut
Poll: Should the TV licence fee be extended to include watching content on phones and laptops?
'It's not good enough': Committee says better oversight of how RTÉ spends taxpayers' money is needed
Poll: Are RTÉ's orchestras a good use of licence fee money?
'Move RTÉ outside Dublin and fund it through the sale of the Donnybrook studio'
Marc MacSharry
Man jailed for stealing €175,000 from the BBC to fund 'lifestyle of cars and holidays'
Irish people really didn't like paying for their TV licence 30 years ago
Opinion: what does the prospect of TV3 and RTÉ sharing sports rights mean for Irish fans?
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Aaron McKenna: It’s time for voluntary income taxes to fund frivolities like RTÉ
Aaron McKenna
RTÉ contributed €384 million to Irish economy in one year
George Hook: Opponents know they can boss Ireland around
Column: I love RTÉ, but I don’t want an internet tax to pay for it
Paul Quigley
A 'brutal, brutal, brutal' year but TV3 remains positive about the future
RTÉ Board to be told today that 'it can't run a deficit'
Independent broadcasters call for review of RTÉ radio funding
RTÉ says state down €40m a year over unpaid TV licences