TV3 willing to share sports rights with RTÉ

Next Saturday the station will televise the Six Nations for the first time

28th January, 2018
Conor Murray in action for Ireland

TV3 is open to sharing sports rights with RTÉ again but it will need a better deal than the one brokered for the Euros, its managing director, Pat Kiely, has said.

Next Saturday will mark an evolution for the broadcaster, which will turn 20 this year, as it televises the Six Nations for the first time.

“Collaboration is an opportunity for the industry, obviously for TV3 and we believe for RTÉ. Our Euro 2016 experience...

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