Rose of Tralee lends bloom to ad revenues

RTE stands to make an estimated €180,000 from selling TV advertising during this year's Rose of Tralee.

15th August, 2015
Man on the run: Dáithí Ó Sé is pursued by his Rose of Tralee contestants Picture: Tony Kinlan

RTE stands to make an estimated €180,000 from selling TV advertising spots during the Rose of Tralee broadcasts this year.

The contest, which runs over two nights, was the 16th most viewed show in Ireland last year, attracting a peak audience of 619,000. Its average audience share is 34 per cent.

RTE is seeking €7,300 per 30-second spot for the show.

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