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O'Brien-backed consortium wins digital TV licence

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Media king Denis O’Brien is to expand his influence even further after his bid for a lucrative licence to launch commercial Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT) in Ireland proved successful this week.

O'Brien-backed consortium wins digital TV licence

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Media king Denis O’Brien is to expand his influence even further after his bid for a lucrative licence to launch commercial Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT) in Ireland proved successful this week.

Rabbitts given Highland Radio green light

A company owned by the Rabbitt family from Oranmore has completed the purchase of Highland Radio in Donegal from Denis O'Brien's Communicorp Group.

At last — a tv service that requires no licence

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A telecommunications company is seeking to take advantage of the reform in broadcasting law to offer viewers free internet-based TV.

Mayo WAGS feature on Today FM series

When we think WAGS we think Posh Spice, Cheryl Cole, Alex Curran and Co. We’ve seen them in their Gucci shades and Jimmy Choos sitting in their cushioned thrones in the best seats of the stadium.

The Apprentice under investigation after Supermac’s episode

TV3’s latest hit The Apprentice is under investigation by the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland for product placement after the recent episode featuring Supermac’s.

Supermac’s denies involvement in TV3/BCI row

Supermac’s has firmly denied any involvement in the row between the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) and TV3 regarding alleged illegal product placement in the hit show The Apprentice.

BCI announces new community radio services for Athlone

The Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) has announced that it will seek applications for six new community and community of interest radio services during the course of 2009. The Commission had sought expressions of interest in new and existing community and community of interest services in September of this year. A total of 16 submissions were received.

Mary Robinson didn’t take Padraig Flynn’s controversial ‘family’ remarks to heart

Former President Mary Robinson has revealed in a documentary about her to be broadcast on Midwest Radio over Christmas that she wasn’t angry over a personal attack made on her by the then Fianna Fáil Minister Padraig Flynn during the 1990 presidential campaign.

Midwest documentary on Louisburgh-born humanitarian priest

The remarkable story of Fr Padraig Ó Máille, a humanitarian priest from Louisburgh, who was deported from Malawi during the reign of the brutal Banda regime and has since become Honorary Consul for that country in Ireland, is told in a documentary which will be broadcast on Midwest Radio over Christmas.

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