Media Matters: Brexit could spell a wintry chill for Irish TV industry

Irish Film Board says long-term impact of Leave vote unknown, writes Colette Sexton

28th June, 2016
Game of Thrones won't be a Brexit casualty

Winter is coming, but hopefully not to Ireland’s film and TV industry.

Did you watch the series finale of Game of Thrones last night fearing its stars might never grace Northern Ireland again?

There were nasty rumours that HBO would pull filming from Northern Ireland following Brexit because it would receive no funding from Europe. But, never fear. In a statement, HBO confirmed the result of the EU Referendum will not have "any...

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