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# Coverage

Last year
# On the box
All 31 Euro 2022 games to be shown live on RTÉ
Vera Pauw, Louise Quinn and Lisa Fallon will be among those on punditry duty.
All time
# Speaking out
Africa Cup of Nations coverage 'completely tinged with racism' - Wright
The tournament gets underway in Cameroon on 9 January.
# Coverage
URC to be broadcast with a mix of free-to-air, pay TV, and online streaming
CEO Martin Anayi said the South African teams come ‘with a commercial might.’
# Coverage
Tuesday night Champions League games to remain on RTÉ until 2024
They’ll also retain the rights to televise the final each season.
# On the box
Here are the GAA matches that will be live on TV this weekend as football returns
There’ll be plenty to keep an eye on across Saturday and Sunday.
# Streaming
GAA name Amazon Prime as potential new bidder for broadcast rights
‘I would be very confident that we’ll have a very healthy discussion with the existing partners but there are newcomers coming into that frame too, like Amazon for example.’
# On the box
EFL in talks to broadcast all matches live during 2020-21 season
Good news for fans as the action remains behind closed doors.
# wwc 2019
'The biggest thing with women's sport is if you show it to them, they're going to go, 'Alright, it actually is good''
Jacqui Hurley is gearing up to be front-and-centre of the Women’s World Cup coverage on these shores.
# Coverage
Eir Sport announce plans to show 15 LOI games along with Kenny's U21s
There will be 33 domestic league and cup games shown live on television in 2019.
# Coverage
RTÉ to broadcast Ireland's away tie in crucial World Cup double-header after home game blackout
Colin Bell’s charges are facing two crucial games against Norway in Group 3.
# Coverage
There's a way to get a more accurate read of your phone's reception
You can get the exact decibel signal strength of your phone’s reception if you know how.
# championship fever
Here are the 31 championship games RTÉ One will be showing live this summer
‘The Sunday Game’ will also return to our screens on RTÉ2 next weekend.
# Row
Sinn Féin claims RTÉ has been refusing to give it coverage
The party complained to the national broadcaster yesterday.
# New Deal
RTÉ loses broadcasting rights to the Summer Olympics from 2020
Discovery Communications, the owners of Eurosport, has paid over €1 billion for pan-European rights.
# you can't say that
Eoghan McDermott has backtracked on his rant about RTÉ’s referendum gag order
“F**k you RTÉ, with all my beating heart.”
# GAA-me Of Thrones
Why Sky Sports were inspired by Game Of Thrones in their GAA coverage
It’s GAAme of Thrones for the summer.
# Fight
RTÉ defend boxing coverage after Katie Taylor brands the broadcaster 'disrespectful'
Olympian Paddy Barnes has also been critical of RTÉ in recent months.
# connected
Live in Waterford? Some of you are going to get extra-fast 4G coverage*
*But only a small number of phones are compatible.
# pundit
Ireland legend Keith Wood joins TV3's Rugby World Cup panel
The former hooker will work with presenter Matt Cooper for the global tournament.
# Electric Dreams
RTE to broadcast TV coverage of Electric Picnic
We’ll always be together…
# Live coverage
RTÉ says televising National Special Olympics would be too expensive
The broadcaster’s head of sport Ryle Nugent met with Senator Mary Moran to discuss the issue today.
# Stick To Supporting
No Sky GAA move for Quinny - 'I won't be working or anything like that on GAA games'
The former Republic of Ireland striker is going to concentrate on following the Dub footballers and the Tipp hurlers this summer.
# Election 2014
Candidates submit official complaints over RTÉ poll coverage
European elections candidate Bríd Smith believes that RTÉ “deliberately” cut her from a news report.
# no service
Having problems with your Vodafone network coverage? Blame the storm
Damage caused by the storm is impacting on the service in 15 counties.
# Coverage
Here's how the world's media reacted to day one of the Anglo trial
A number of media outlets reported on the trial that began in Dublin yesterday.
# Coverage
Three to launch its 4G service next week
The service will be available to users in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick and Waterford and is expected to grow over the next few months.
# Coverage
Number of people with private health insurance drops (again)
Just under 45 per cent of the population now has health insurance, down from a high of 51 per cent five years ago.
# Coverage
Vodafone begins rolling out 4G service across Ireland
The service is now available in six cities and 31 towns across the country.
# media rights
GAA seeking to expand TV coverage of games for Irish people abroad
Director-General Paraic Duffy has confirmed the association are focusing on making the games more accessible around the world.
# Tune in
Here’s your GAA coverage on TV and Radio this week
There’s plenty to watch on the box and listen to on the airwaves this week.
# Your Say
Poll: Will you miss RTE's Premier League coverage?
It has emerged that the station is to axe the long-running soccer highlights show.
# Divided
Loved and loathed: UK newspapers highlight Thatcher divide (Updated)
In its subhead, the Daily Mirror asks: “So should she really be given a ceremonial funeral like Princess Diana?”
Racing Metro v Munster, Heineken Cup
Munster lined up at the Stade de France hoping to emulate their 100% winning pool stage record from last season.
Manchester City v Southampton, Premier League
The champions began their title defence by entertaining the league new boys at Eastlands.
# Anglo worldwide
Roundup: How has the world reacted to the latest Anglo arrests?
The Anglo Irish Bank arrests may be big news in Ireland, but what does the rest of the world think about it?
# Media
Fianna Fáil confirms complaint to RTÉ over Labour and Sinn Féin 'bias'
The party has compiled an internal document which it says shows that the State broadcaster is biased towards Labour and Sinn Féin.
# Apathy
Opinion: Railway Cup given no help to inspire support
Marketing a competition doesn’t stop at the throw-in. The GAA can encourage more interest by forcing better coverage from RTE.
# Boost
Back on air: Setanta to show national basketball cup finals
Basketball Ireland welcomed an agreement with the sports channel to broadcast live coverage of the games for the next three years.