Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
RTÉ announce punditry line-up ahead of Euro 2024, with new boy James McClean given top billing
RTÉ confirm punditry lineup for Euro 2024
Elections 2024: We know how the candidates fared but how did the media do?
Steve Dempsey
This month
June 2024
Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport
Plenty for fans to get stuck into this weekend.
Kildare man dies days after winning RTÉ's Super Garden contest
7 GAA games live on TV and streaming - this week's schedule
'We're currently doing it': Fine Gael's Regina Doherty says EU already outsourcing asylum
Just move the station to Cork? Experts give their take on what next for 2FM
The departures of four big names from the 2FM roster have caused much speculation across the industry.
Last month
May 2024
Doireann Garrihy pays tribute to her radio 'brothers for life' as she signs off from 2FM
Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport
Plenty for fans to enjoy this weekend.
RTÉ's Rachael English named new presenter on News at One after Bryan Dobson's retirement
9 GAA games live on TV and streaming - this week's schedule
Here's why the 2 Johnnies are leaving their show on RTÉ 2fm, they say
Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport
Plenty for fans to enjoy this weekend.
HSE to conduct review into 2023 sepsis death after man discharged from University Hospital Limerick
Jennifer Zamparelli to leave RTÉ 2FM after more than a decade with the station
The 2 Johnnies to end show on RTÉ 2FM after two years
Key moments as migration dominates European elections TV debate
RTÉ and GAAGO coverage confirmed for last day in Munster and Leinster hurling
Ahead of RTÉ's first debate tonight here's a look at how it chooses who gets to take part
Independent and Social Democrats candidates blast RTÉ for exclusion from 'key' debates
After 17 years, RTÉ's controversial Operation Transformation has been axed
Oliver Callan loses 13,000 listeners in latest radio figures, while Morning Ireland down 17,000
What options are on the table for the future funding of RTÉ?
Doireann Garrihy to leave 2FM breakfast show after five years on the station
Government to ramp up financial scrutiny of RTÉ, with C&AG to act as auditor
“The board is focused on returning RTE to levels of corporate governance and transparency that should define it,” Chairman Terence O’Rourke said.
A forensic accountant found that transactions were made from RTÉ barter accounts that had no valid basis.
It also found that spend on hospitality and travel was underreported to Ministers from 2017-2022.
The Minister announced that the C&AG will act as auditor of the organisation henceforth, and legislation on how the broadcaster is governed will be reformed.
Eurovision: 'Die in' staged at RTÉ as singers and campaigners call for boycott of contest
Former RTÉ producer Betty Purcell told The Journal: “We believe it is not a time to sing songs and clink glasses with Israel.”
Media Minister ‘hopes’ recommendations from RTÉ reports on governance and HR will be implemented
April 2024
Media Minister says outstanding RTÉ reports are now on her desk and will be published soon
Bambie Thug has first Eurovision stage rehearsal inside the Malmö Arena
The Young Offenders announces May air date, but it will appear on BBC before RTÉ
Fair City will continue to air during summer months despite concerns over resources
Unions tell TDs that RTÉ newsroom 'falling apart' and staff still struggling to do their jobs
Pro-Palestine group delivers petition to RTÉ studio in Cork calling for Eurovision boycott
Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's sport
Much-loved former RTÉ presenter Alf McCarthy dies aged 73
Former RTÉ correspondent Ciaran Mullooly to run for seat in EU Parliament
Simon Harris sets out his stall on Cabinet reshuffle, TV licence reforms and a united Ireland
The Fine Gael Ard Fheis is taking place in Galway this weekend.
8 senior games live on TV and streaming - this week's GAA schedule
March 2024
RTÉ announce live TV coverage for GAA championship 2024