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Saorview issues led Virgin to battle RTÉ

Irish Independent 25 Sep 2022
Virgin Media Television has hit out at RTÉ’s relationship with its subsidiary Saorview in a letter to Media Minister Catherine Martin after coming up against difficulties in getting a prominent listing for its new channel ... Saorview is Ireland’s free national digital television service, which is owned and managed by RTÉ.
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Justine McCarthy: Time for Michael D Higgins to address the Oireachtas

The Irish Times 23 Sep 2022
Ireland’s axis has shifted and the President should articulate our ideals and values to help us plot the country’s future ... Emoting for Ireland was her forte ... Since Michael D Higgins moved into Áras an Uachtaráin in 2011, Ireland’s axis has shifted ... to help Ireland plot its future.
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Sex toys, cheating and Elon Musk - Chess but not as you know it

The Irish Times 23 Sep 2022
Subsequently there was a push in 2019 for it to be included for Paris 2024 with the International Chess Federation calling for faster formats of the traditional game, called rapid and blitz, to make it easier to schedule and televise.
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Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie excited for second Test Match at Lord’s

Belfast Telegraph 22 Sep 2022
Ireland have been given the prime slot at Lord’s again next year when they will play their second Test match against England. Following the success of the first Test between the teams in 2019 – with huge crowds and a large television audience – the ECB have invited Ireland to return to cricket HQ on June 1-4.
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At UN, Biden, Truss seek to smooth over N Ireland divide

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 22 Sep 2022
Prime Minister Liz Truss declared themselves staunch allies Wednesday as they tried to patch up a divide over Brexit’s impact on peace in Northern Ireland ... But Northern Ireland was the issue that Biden chose to emphasize during televised remarks at the start of the meeting, telling Truss.
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At UN, Biden, Truss Seek to Smooth Over Northern Ireland Divide

NBC Bay Area 22 Sep 2022
Prime Minister Liz Truss declared themselves staunch allies Wednesday as they tried to patch up a divide over Brexit’s impact on peace in Northern Ireland ... But Northern Ireland was the issue that Biden chose to emphasize during televised remarks at the start of the meeting, telling Truss.
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A New Home: Stories of Ireland's migrations

RTE 20 Sep 2022
It brings children on an audio journey from the present to the past, to tell the historical stories of some of the people who came to make their home in Ireland, and of others who left to find a new home elsewhere ... This programme was funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, with the television license fee.
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Green light for new £25 million virtual production studio in Belfast

AOL 20 Sep 2022
... already on offer here in Northern Ireland,” he said. “The industry is now a major contributor to our economy, with estimates by Northern Ireland Screen suggesting the last three film and television productions have together been worth more than £100 million to the economy.
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Green light for £25 million Studio Ulster film complex in Belfast

RTE 20 Sep 2022
The project will be developed by Ulster University in partnership with Belfast Harbour, with support from Northern Ireland Screen ... "The industry is now a major contributor to our economy, with estimates by Northern Ireland Screen suggesting the last three film and television productions have together been worth more than £100 million to the economy.
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NCIS Star David McCallum celebrates 55th anniversary with wife after years of an unconvential marriage

Newsner 20 Sep 2022
McCallum was first married to the late Jill Ireland in London in the year 1957 ... The divorce between McCallum and Ireland was finalized in 1967 and helped to quiet some of the critics ... Both Val and Sophie are from his first marriage to British film and television actress Jill Ireland, whom he was married to for ten years between 1957 and 1967.
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New £25m investment to create 461 Belfast jobs in Studio Ulster film industry project

Belfast Telegraph 20 Sep 2022
... offer here in Northern Ireland. "The industry is now a major contributor to our economy, with estimates by Northern Ireland Screen suggesting the last three film and television productions have together been worth more than £100million to the economy ... Latest Northern Ireland.
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New multi-million pound virtual film studio to be built on Belfast's shores

ITV 20 Sep 2022
Northern Ireland's film and television industry has benefitted from a boom over the last decade ... .
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World bids farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

Manila Standard 19 Sep 2022
“You’re going to be lifted to glory as you hear the service,” he told BBC television on Sunday ... A vast television audience watched the funeral worldwide and live online, in a sign of the enduring fascination with the woman once described as “the last global monarch.”.
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There’s no room for any mistakes

Irish Independent 19 Sep 2022
... and children queued at length to have their photos taken with them.The whole evening was a timely reminder of how starved rural Ireland is of the heroes they usually see only on television, and how people in the regions usually have to travel to Dublin to watch them in the flesh.
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Britain holds silence in last homage to queen before funeral

Korea Times 19 Sep 2022
Kelly, a 46-year-old schoolteacher from Northern Ireland, secured a prime spot with friends on the route the procession will take after the funeral. "Watching it on television is wonderful but being here is something else," she told AFP, equipped with camping chairs, warm clothing and extra socks.

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