TV3 to invest €10m in Irish-made programmes

TV3 is to invest €10 million in Irish-made programmes this autumn, a record sum for the commercial station.

30th August, 2008

TV3 is to invest €10 million in Irish-made programmes this autumn, a record sum for the commercial station.

TV3 has lost market share to RTE this summer, outgunned by the state broadcaster’s combination of Euro 2008 and the Olympics, but its audience volumes remain steady, according to chief executive David McRedmond.

However, it retains its second position in the TV channel rankings with a share of 11.8 per cent, against 11.2 per cent for...

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