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Beo Iris mhíosúil é Beo! a fhoilsítear ar an Idirlíon ó mhí Bealtaine 2001. Beo! is a monthly magazine in Irish published on the Web since May 2001. – Beo

Digital Media Centre The Digital Media Centre (DMC) is a multidisciplinary group which focuses on research and commercial projects in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The DMC is based in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Aungier Street and is part of the College of Arts and Tourism. – Digital Media Centre

Irish TV:: The Story of Irish Television The Irish TV website has been on the web since 1996.The sole purpose of this site is to inform you the reader about the history of Irish television and for no other reason. All images are copyright of RTÉ, TV3 Ireland, Telefís na Gaeilge Teo., Ulster Television plc and the British Broadcasting Corporation, and are used solely to educate. – Richard Logue Irish TV:: The Story of Irish Television

Independent News and Media From its newspaper origins in Ireland, it has grown and evolved to become a geographically and media diverse group with market-leading brands, and today manages gross assets of €2.1 billion, revenue of €1.3 billion and employs approximately 8,000 people worldwide. The Independent brand name is a household name in Ireland, with the Irish Independent, Sunday Independent, Evening Herald, Sunday World and The Star all market leaders in their segments. – Independent News and Media

Irish News The Irish News is a compact-sized daily newspaper based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is perceived as being broadly Irish nationalist in outlook. It focuses primarily on Ulster content, though it is also available throughout Ireland. – Wikipedia

Radió na Gaeltachta Bunaíodh RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta le seirbhís iomlán raidió a chur ar fáil do phobal na Gaeltachta agus do lucht labhartha na Gaeilge ar fud na tíre. Tháinig an stáisiún ar an aer den chéad uair ag 3pm, Domhnach Cásca, 2 Aibreán 1972. RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s mandate is to provide a national Irish language radio service as part of RTÉ’s public broadcasting service.The station was first established to provide a comprehensive radio service for the people of the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking region) and for Irish speakers nationwide and began broadcasting at 3pm on Easter Sunday, 2 April 1972. – Radió na Gaeltachta

RTÉ The national broadcaster. RTÉ Services include Television – RTÉ One, RTÉ Two Radio – RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ 2fm, RTÉ lyric fm, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta. News – RTÉ News and Current Affairs. Library – RTÉ Library and Archives. Publishing – RTÉ Guide. ePublishing – RTÉ.ie, * RTÉ Aertel, RTÉ Shop. RTÉ Performing Groups – RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, RTÉ Concert Orchestra, RTÉPhilharmonic Choir, RTÉ Cór na nÓg, RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet – RTÉ

TG4 Cainéal náisiúnta teilifíse is ea TG4 a bunaíodh mar eintiteas reachtúil neamhspleách ó 1 Aibreán 2007 (Teilifís na Gaeilge). Tá an cainéal ag craoladh ó Oíche Shamhna 1996. TG4, the Irish language television channel became an independent statutory entity on 1 April 2007 (Teilifís na Gaeilge). The channel has been on-air since late 1996. – TG4

The Belfast TelegraphThe Belfast Telegraph is a daily evening newspaper published in Belfast, Northern Ireland by Independent News and Media.It was first published as the Belfast Evening Telegraph on 1 September 1870 by brothers William and George Baird. Its first edition cost half a penny and ran to four pages covering the Franco-Prussian war and local news. –(information from Wikipedia)

The Irish ExaminerThe Irish Examiner (Formerly: Cork Examiner, The Examiner) is an Irish national daily newspaper which primarily circulates in the Munster region surrounding its base in Cork, though it is available throughout the country.The paper was founded by John Francis Maguire under the title the Cork Examiner in 1841 in support of the Catholic Emancipation and tenant rights work of Daniel O’Connell. Though originally appearing under the Cork Examiner title, it has re-branded in recent years to The Examiner, and subsequently the Irish Examiner. –Wikipedia

The Irish TimesThe Irish Times is an Irish daily broadsheet newspaper launched on 29 March 1859. The Irish Times is considered to be Ireland’s newspaper of record, and is published every day except Sundays. Paul O’Neill is the newspaper’s deputy editor. Though formed as a Protestant Nationalist paper, within two decades and under new owners it had become the voice of Irish Unionism. Today it is no longer considered a Unionist paper; it is generally perceived as being liberal. –Wikipedia

The Sunday Business PostThe Sunday Business Post is an Irish national Sunday newspaper published by Post Publications Limited. Post Publications is owned by the Thomas Crosbie Group. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, Ireland, the average weekly circulation was 57,783 for the period January to June 2009 [2]. The paper’s first edition appeared on 26 November 1989. While the group’s other major newspaper titles, the Irish Examiner and Evening Echo, are based in Cork, the Post is published in Dublin. –Wikipedia

TV3TV3 is a commercial free-to-air television broadcaster in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland which launched on September 20, 1998.[3] It was the country’s first independent commercial broadcaster. TV3 is operated by the TV3 Group which also consists of television channel 3e and the online service The main studios of TV3 are located in Ballymount, Dublin. –Wikipedia

Radió na LifeAg craoladh ar fud Bhaile Átha Cliath ó 1993, is stáisiún raidió pobail sainspéise é Raidió na Life a bunaíodh le seirbhís raidió pobal-dhírithe a sholáthar do phobal na Gaeilge i mBaile Átha Cliath agus sa cheantar máguaird ar bhonn neamhbhrabúsach. Broadcasting in Dublin since 1993, Raidió na Life is a community-of-interest radio station set up to provide a community-oriented Irish language radio service to the Irish-speaking community of Dublin and surrounding areas on a non-profit basis. – Radió na Life

A showcase of Irish Television logos since the 1980s


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