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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Digital TV

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RTÉ lose 270 staff in 2012 but still run net deficit
The staff cuts contributed to cost reductions of €18 million last year but the station still reported a net deficit of €65.2 million last year.
15 memories from the good old days of analogue TV
All changed, changed utterly.
VIDEOS: This is what the TV switchover will look like
Pat Rabbitte’s doing a formal broadcast from RTÉ – but to give you a taster, this is what it looked like when BBC stopped.
Explainer: What is Saorview, and what do you need to do about it?
The analogue TV series is being turned off on Wednesday. Are you one of the 100,000 households who hasn’t switched yet?
Some 100,000 still to make the switch to Saorview with just two weeks to go
With the switchover deadline just 14 days away, Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte has urged the public not to wait until the last minute.
9 things we'll miss about old-school Aertel
The digital switchover means the traditional colour-on-black pages will be a thing of the past. Here’s what we’ll miss.
UPC's 'on-demand' service to be rolled out nationwide next week
The service, which allows viewers to catch-up on some RTÉ and TV3 programmes, will be accessible for an additional 188,000 customers from next week.
Explainer: What is Saorview, and what do you need to do about it?
The analogue TV signal is being turned off in October. Why is that – and what do you need to do to stay tuned?
Campaign launched to inform TV viewers on digital switchover
We’ll all be switching to digital TV in a few months – but what does that mean? A new campaign aims to fill us in.
McTelly: McDonalds launches its own in-store television channel
The McDonald’s Channel will be broadcast in restaurants across the US.
Poll: Have you made the change to digital television?
Minister Pat Rabbitte today announced that analogue television services will be switched off on 24 October 2012: we’re asking, are you ready for digital TV?
Date set for digital TV switchover, here's what you need to know
The Minister for Communications has confirmed that the analogue TV signal will be switched off on 24 October 2012.
Saorview warns of door-to-door TV 'sales' scam
The free digital TV service advises customers that they don’t offer door-to-door sales, and warns people about visitors.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
All the day’s news, and the bits and pieces you may have missed…
Communications minister launches free-to-air Digital TV service
Ireland’s answer to Freeview, called ‘Saorview’, will ultimately replace the current analogue TV broadcast system.
Bad news for fans of Poirot: UPC is losing ITV2, 3 and 4
The cable TV operator says its agreement to carry ITV2, ITV3 and ITV4 runs out at midnight, and the channels will go.
TV3 slams Minister's decision to approve RTÉ channels
Communications minister Pat Carey gives his blessing for five new digital channels – but TV3 is “shocked” by the news.
Trial RTÉ digital TV service launched
Minister Eamon Ryan says digital switchover in 2012 could net Ireland €500m by allowing more mobile and broadband services.
Digital TV to begin in October