RTÉ moves to solve its woman problem

The national broadcaster attempted to move on from the recent gender pay gap furore as it launched its autumn schedule last week

27th August, 2017
Mairead Ronan, Eva Orsmond, Vogue Williams, Lorraine Barry, Amy Huberman and Jennifer Zamparelli at the launch of RTE’s autumn schedule last week

In what many interpreted as a nod to its cost-cutting measures, RTÉ held its annual autumn launch at home in Montrose last Thursday. It might have been a step down from the red carpet that was rolled out last year at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, but the event still had the usual glitz and glamour that one has come to expect at the national broadcaster’s autumn launches.

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