GAA and RTÉ expand GAAGO for second season
The Gaelic Athletic Association and Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ have said they will more than double the number of games provided through GAAGO in 2015, after a successful debut for the online streaming service this year.
RTE pounces for Irish domestic tournaments
Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ has struck a rights deal with the Football Association of Ireland for domestic tournaments operated by football’s governing body in the Republic of Ireland.
Irish government to review protected free-to-air events
The Irish government is set to undertake a review of the showpiece sporting events that are protected for free-to-air broadcasting in the country.
GAA hails launch of new streaming product
Gaelic Athletic Association commercial director Peter McKenna has said a new online streaming platform developed in partnership with Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ has greater long-term value than the association’s rights deal with pay-television broadcaster BSkyB.
RTE to promote new streaming service through GAA sponsorship
Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ is to promote its new subscription-based online streaming service GAAGO through a sponsorship deal with the Gaelic Athletic Association.
GAA and Sky hold talks over club subscription deal
The Gaelic Athletic Association is negotiating with pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports over the introduction of special discounted subscription deals for clubs, following on from Sky’s acquisition of GAA rights last week.
GAA spreads its wings with new rights deals
Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ, pay-television broadcasters Sky Sports and Setanta Sports, and Irish-language free-to-air broadcaster TG4 have been awarded rights for the Gaelic Athletic Association in Ireland, while commercial broadcaster Seven has acquired rights in Australia.
RTE retains 2015 Rugby World Cup ambitions – report
Public-service broadcaster RTE remains in contention with pay-television broadcaster Setanta Sports and commercial broadcaster TV3 for the Irish television rights to the 2015 Rugby World Cup, according to the Irish Times.
Watching Brief (Vol.53) Special Focus: Rugby Union – Six Nations
Irish TV claims ITV breaches rights exclusivity
Irish broadcasters TV3 and Setanta issue complaint against ITV