RTE poised to win battle for rights to GAA matches

RTE is poised to secure all four of the remaining GAA television broadcasting rights packages, after fending off competition from commercial rivals TV3 and Setanta.

9th February, 2008

RTE is poised to secure all four of the remaining GAA television broadcasting rights packages, after fending off competition from commercial rivals TV3 and Setanta.

Sources close to the GAA process said that a deal with RTE was close to being finalised and an announcement could be made as early as this week. The GAA has been auctioning off five packages of games in a battle for rights to the football and hurling championships.

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