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From TheJournal.ie After millions in investment, Irish TV's assets were snapped up for less than €200k Media And Marketing

After millions in investment, Irish TV's assets were snapped up for less than €200k

The Irish Post acquired parts of the Mayo-based station last year.

From TheJournal.ie After millions in investment, Irish TV's assets were snapped up for less than €200k Liquidated

After millions in investment, Irish TV's assets were snapped up for less than €200k

The Irish Post acquired parts of the Mayo-based station last year.

The 16 most WTF Irish TV moments of 2017

As always, Irish TV has been surreal.

From TheJournal.ie Singer Tommy Fleming awarded €150k in damages from Irish TV for airing one of his DVDs Breach Of Copyright

Singer Tommy Fleming awarded €150k in damages from Irish TV for airing one of his DVDs

Fleming said he “suffered a serious setback to his entertainment career” after the show was aired.

From TheJournal.ie Government approves selling parts of Irish TV to Irish diaspora newspaper The Irish Post

Government approves selling parts of Irish TV to Irish diaspora newspaper

The exact amount of the sale isn’t known.

18 photos that remind you what Irish TV was like a decade ago

2007 and we are all ancient.

From TheJournal.ie Liquidator appointed to oversee wind up of Irish TV Money Problems

Liquidator appointed to oversee wind up of Irish TV

The Mayo television station recently lost the support of its multimillionaire backer John Griffin.

From TheJournal.ie Irish TV is going global after a deal with one of the world's biggest companies Around The World

Irish TV is going global after a deal with one of the world's biggest companies

The station, aimed at the Irish diaspora, will be accessible worldwide through smart TVs and devices.

Spare a thought for everyone watching Rebellion with their mams and dads last night

There was RIDING. The LORD blessusandsaveus.

From TheJournal.ie Things are going from bad to worse at UTV Ireland Annus Horribilis

Things are going from bad to worse at UTV Ireland

Now the ‘speculation’ around the station’s sale has hurt the fledgling channel.

From TheJournal.ie Archbishop reveals concerns about recent cases of possible abuse by priests Catholic Church

Archbishop reveals concerns about recent cases of possible abuse by priests

Archbishop Eamon Martin said he has dealt with three or four situations in the last year.

Here's why TV3 isn't showing Downton Abbey on Sunday nights

It’s Wednesdays from here on in.

From TheJournal.ie What on Earth is going on at UTV Ireland? We had 12 questions for the station's chief On The Telly

What on Earth is going on at UTV Ireland? We had 12 questions for the station's chief

Viewers are “confused” about the new channel, Michael Wilson says.

Which Irish TV Presenter Are You?

Vincent Browne or Eoghan McDermott? It can only be one.

From TheJournal.ie Ever watch Irish TV? It's creating 20 jobs in Kerry Gogglebox

Ever watch Irish TV? It's creating 20 jobs in Kerry

The channel launched last May.

Americans are just discovering Ballykissangel, and they are loving it

Yes. Over a decade after it finished up.

From TheJournal.ie This Irish start-up landed €15 million from a secret millionaire (after meeting in a pub) Cashing In

This Irish start-up landed €15 million from a secret millionaire (after meeting in a pub)

Irish TV will launch next week, targeting the world-wide Irish diaspora.

From TheJournal.ie Watchdog says TV3 did not show 'due care' over murder-suicide documentary Death In Bray

Watchdog says TV3 did not show 'due care' over murder-suicide documentary

A complaint focused on “A Search for Justice: Death in Bray.”

What to watch on TV tonight... Thursday

Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline later.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Monday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Monday

It’s the beginning of a new week – and here’s everything you need to know before 9am.

Republic of Telly tackles homophobia in its own special way

The cheeky sods poke a bit of fun at recent controversies. How DID they get away with it?

Brendan O'Connor's Pussy Riot interview goes international

“Inane chatshow banter”. Ouch.

Things you'll ONLY understand if you grew up with Irish TV

Roll it there Roisin!

Love/Hate is now a hit in Monte Carlo

It’s a far cry from dirty Dublin at least.

NEWSFLASH: John and Edward have moved out of home – they’re big boys now and they’ve a reality TV show to prove it.

In fact they’ve moved into separate rooms – for the first time in their short lives. The 18-year-old X-Factor twins who’ve already made millions are fronting the new show for ITV 2 that will show the trials and tribulations of their lives.

The show will track the boys as they attempt to cut the apron strings and go it alone in the world. Among the momentous events covered by the show we’ll see Jedward as they prepare for the launch of their album, Edward as he collapses at a festival and it will also show the boys behind the scene as they record a music video.

Speaking as one, Jedward said: “We are so excited that we have our own show. People find it hard to define us and hopefully the show will give viewers and our fans an insight into our world during a really exciting point in our lives launching our debut album.”

The first show will show the boys as they struggle to turn the taps on in their new penthouse apartment – exciting stuff!

Jedward: Let Loose goes out on ITV2 at 9pm, Tuesday, August 24.

RTE also has its own Jedward show.

DIGITAL TV will commence in Ireland in October. RTÉ is investing up to €70m in the operation that will provide up to nine channels (RTÉ, TV3, TG4 etc) including a digital teletext service. While the service will be available throughout the country customers will have to purchase a set-top box for €100 to use the service.