Broadcasting

Budget 2018 provides a 22% increase in Capital funding, and an 11% increase in net Current funding, resulting in a total allocation of €581m for the Department, reflecting the scale of the...

Just as by building Ardnacrusha nearly ninety years ago, electricity unlocked the potential of a young country, and ensured its survival, Broadband will unlock our...

Communications Minister Denis Naughten is pleased to announce that he has designated the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Gaelic Football and Camogie Final as ‘events of major...

The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten is pleased to announce that he has designated the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Gaelic Football and...

The opportunity to discuss the funding of ‘public service broadcasting’ and its future is both timely and welcome...

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten has today secured Government approval for his proposals to draft Amendments to the Broadcasting Act 2009. The Amendments will help...

The Implementation Group will progress actions to accelerate the rollout of telecoms infrastructure under the National Broadband Plan...

I am very pleased to have this opportunity today to speak on Deputy Penrose’s Bill which proposes to introduce a quota for Irish music on the radio by way of an amendment to the...

The Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, is today (Thursday) holding the first of two regional meetings with Local Authorities from across the country as part...

Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten T.D., today announced that the Government has approved the appointment of Mr. Alan Esslemont as the new Ardstiúrthóir of TG4 in accordance with section 89 of the Broadcasting Act 2009...

 

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