eir sport and RTÉ today announced that a sub-licencing agreement has been reached between the two broadcasters in relation to Rugby World Cup 2019.
RTÉ and MediaCon are calling on young video creators based in Ireland to submit their work to win a tailored creative mentorship development programme.
RTÉ launched its brand new comedy series, Finding Joy, written by and starring Amy Huberman with a premiere screening in Dublin city centre today.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) recently completed its five-year funding review of Ireland’s two public service broadcasters, RTÉ and TG4
RTÉ announces a brand new slate of home-produced comedy, drama, documentary and lifestyle programming as it launches its autumn and new year schedule.
RTÉ has announced the appointment of Shane Murphy as Group Head of Drama and Comedy following a public competition.
Women in Film & Television Ireland (WFTi) present, in association with RTE, TV Formats: The What, Why & How on June 1st at the RTÉ campus.
#Teilifis: RTÉ and UKTV announce Women on the Verge, a new comedy co-created by Sharon Horgan and Lorna Martin
RTÉ has today announced that it and UKTV have co-commissioned Women on the Verge, a brand new scripted six part comedy drama which will air on RTÉ2 and on UKTV’s entertainment channel, W in the UK. The six-part series, which has just rolled into production, will be filmed in London and Dublin.
#Teilifis: Acorn Media Enterprises boards RTÉ and Treasure Entertainment’s Finding Joy as co-producer
Acorn Media Enterprises, the UK-based development division of American subscription streaming service Acorn TV, has joined RTÉ and Treasure Entertainment as co-producer on Amy Huberman’s new TV series Finding Joy as filming begins in Dublin on the six-part series this week.
Niall Horan, Mrs Brown, and a top season of sport and brand new documentaries set to shine this summer alongside a host of major events as RTÉ announces its schedule for summer 2018.