The pay channels may have filched most of the big sporting events, but the BBC still has its sequins
For all the brouhaha over RTÉ Lyric FM’s future, the reality is that the station is very unlikely to bite the dust any time soon
Older people are used to getting what they pay for. The young pay sweet FA. How to convince them of RTE’s value?
TV stations have had to look on as Netflix gobbles up their audience. And it’s not going to get any easier for them
It’s summer, and as we leave the sofa to go outside, who’s still watching telly?
We all love free stuff on the internet, but for much of it to survive, we have to find a way to pay the people who produce it, writes Willie O'Reilly
Pat Kenny has always tested the limits of his talents and ability
It’s essentially a David Attenborough mating documentary with thongs. But Love Island is simply too popular to ignore
The latest outbreak of podcast fever fails to recognise the cost of making quality audio or engaging an audience to compete with radio. This bubble will burst
The controversial minister’s 1990 attack on the station roused the public and ushered in the Ryan-led glory days
The marketeers have the power to alter our habits – and they are being urged to stop selling us things we don’t need