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# Virgin Media television

Last month
May 2023
# go no go
Virgin Media says RTÉ and GAAGO have questions to answer over rights deal
The broadcaster said it was never approached about the possibility of airing some GAA matches alongside RTÉ.
This year
# Virgin Media television
Containment measures prevented spread of cyber attack across Virgin Media Television servers
In its statement last night Virgin Media Television stressed that the hack had been fully contained, “isolated and terminated”.
# Cyber Security
Virgin Media TV won't be able to air some shows after attempted hack
The network said that it expects to resume normal programming in the coming days.
Last year
# on the tellybox
How To Buy A Home, Gogglebox and lots of true crime to feature in Virgin Media's new season
The schedule features a number of new Irish dramas and crime documentaries.
# Courts
Payroll administrator who stole over €870,000 from Virgin Media Television jailed for two years
The court heard that Kellie Walton worked as a payroll administrator with the company since 2006 and began stealing money in 2009.
All time
# Kellie Walton
Woman pleads guilty to stealing over €105,000 from Virgin Media Television
Kellie Walton was remanded on continuing bail.
# reopening
'We don't want to be going back' on any restrictions, Taoiseach says, ahead of 5 July decision
An interview with Micheál Martin aired on Virgin Media Television this evening.
# barry cowen
Barry Cowen ministerial sacking was 'particularly personally difficult', Micheál Martin says
Barry Cowen was sacked from his role as Minister for Agriculture by Martin last week.
# The Line-Out
'People never gave me a hope': Ireland legend Stringer on succeeding against the odds
The ex-Munster man would also like to see John Cooney given a start at scrum-half in this year’s Guinness Six Nations.
# The Line-Out
'I won’t let anything beat me': How one woman overcame setbacks to become a rugby (and bobsleigh) star
Heather Fisher speaks openly about dealing with injury, alopecia and anorexia – then lifting the Women’s Six Nations trophy.
# The Line-Out
'The guard said ‘I’ve been wanting to get my hands on you’’: Matt Williams on his rugby life in Ireland
And looking forward to the Guinness Six Nations – where he will be supporting his adopted home country.
# The Line-Out
'The guard said ‘I’ve been wanting to get my hands on you’’: Ex-Leinster coach Matt Williams on life in Ireland
The Australian pundit shares some memories ahead of the Guinness Six Nations – where he will be supporting his adopted home country.
# Cancelled
Xposé is being axed after 12 years on air
The last episode of Xposé will broadcast on 4 October with a one hour special.
# On the box
Here's what we know about Darklands, the new 'ultra-violent' gangland drama set in Bray
The show is written by Cardboard Gangsters writer Mark O’Connor.
# Virgin Media television
Mark Cagney to leave Ireland AM after almost 20 years
Cagney announced that he will be stepping down as anchor at the end of this month.
# Virgin Media television
TV3 is no more as broadcaster's rebrand comes into effect
TV3, 3e and Be3 have rebranded to Virgin Media One, Two and Three.
# hit of the summer
We talked to TV3's programming boss about Love Island (and whether there might be an Irish version)
Bill Malone was speaking at the Ballymount broadcaster’s rebrand event this week.