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New GAA chief drops TV hint

Top-level Gaelic football and hurling matches could be broadcast via a dedicated GAA digital TV channel, according to the incoming president of the Gaelic Athletic Association.

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Events such as the All-Ireland hurling final could end up on a dedicated GAA digital channel. Photo: Inpho

Top-level Gaelic football and hurling matches could be broadcast via a dedicated GAA digital TV channel, according to the incoming president of the Gaelic Athletic Association.

Liam O'Neill said the GAA was aware that advances in technology meant more people were now capable of accessing sporting events online, and added that this could, in the future, create an opportunity for the organisation to broadcast its own matches.

"Other sporting bodies have done so successfully," he...

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