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Late Late Show falls flat for GAA celebration

Like many other sports fans I am a big admirer of much of the material produced in the RTE sports department on both TV and radio.

Dire Late Late Show falls flat for GAA celebration

Like many other sports fans I am a big admirer of much of the material produced in the RTE sports department on both TV and radio. Programmes on television like The Sunday Game, The Premiership, coverage of the rugby championship, the Olympics, World Cups, and the like are usually very professionally done and provide a lot of quality entertainment. My licence fee goes out by standing order every August and I have no real gripe with the television directors/producers who earn their crust out in Montrose. They do their job, and many of them do it very well. In our household we are becoming more radio than TV people anyway — old age and trying to set a good example to the children are taking their toll; I find myself listening to Morning Ireland and Drive Time much more now, sitting in traffic, keeping up to date with all the inward bound cut-backs, pay-cuts, or independent TD allowances that are indeed “entitlements” for the chosen few. Heaven.

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Kilkenny senior hurlers got the year off to the best possible start last Sunday when they had way too much fire power for a poor Dublin outfit in a bitterly cold Parnell Park. The combination of experienced backs and enthusiastic forwards gave new Dublin manager Anthony Daly a bad start to his stint in charge of the metropolitan side.

Cats open year in style as they cruise past the Blues

Kilkenny senior hurlers got the year off to the best possible start last Sunday when they had way too much fire power for a poor Dublin outfit in a bitterly cold Parnell Park. The combination of experienced backs and enthusiastic forwards gave new Dublin manager Anthony Daly a bad start to his stint in charge of the metropolitan side.

Hildegarde to be the dark horse of Galway City West?

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On paper it looks straightforward. A long serving councillor, former mayor, and well known businessman should easily retain his seat while the running mate is there to mop up any transfers for him should they be needed.

Screenway to host Ireland's largest media and publishing event in Galway

What has been described as the biggest media and publishing technology event ever to be held in the west will be held in Galway early next month.

Screenway to host Ireland's largest media and publishing event in Galway

What has been described as the biggest media and publishing technology event ever to be held in the west will be held in Galway early next month.

Last chance for Mullingar parade entries

For those community groups and businesses who want to enter the Mullingar St Patrick's Day parade, time is ticking. This year's theme, recognising 2009 as International Year of Astronomy and wishing to create a sense of possibility with all the doom and gloom about, is ‘Sky's the Limit’.

Galway delight in Salthill again

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The web as a marketing tool

This week I will discuss the use of websites and the key elements to making a successful site, as distinct from online marketing which I will discuss next week.

 

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