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Virgin Media Television Announces Busy Schedule for Christmas 2018
07 Dec 2018 | Virgin Media One will air a host of brand new programming specials, including, ‘Coronation Street: DNA Secrets Revealed’, ‘Ireland’s Weather 2018: Climate Chaos’, ‘That was 2018’, ‘The Royal Variety Performance’, ‘The Graham Norton Show NYE 2018’, ‘Happy Hour with Olly Murs’, ‘Tommy Fleming: A Voice of Hope 2’ and ‘Celtic Woman: Ancient land’. 
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RTÉ Unveils its 2019 Christmas Season Schedule - Make It Home This Christmas
05 Dec 2018 | The RTÉ Christmas television line-up across RTÉ One, RTÉ2 and RTÉjr has been unveiled and promises to keep viewers entertained through the festive season. 
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The Late Late Toy Show Reclaims Title as Most Watched Show of the Year
04 Dec 2018 | Over 1.5 million people watched the Late Late Toy Show on RTÉ One across weekend, with the annual show earning record viewers from over 100 countries on RTÉ Player. 
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Big Mountain's 'My Family Secrets Revealed' Airs on C4 Tonight
03 Dec 2018 | Big Mountain's new 15 part hour long series 'My Family Secrets Revealed' premiers on Channel 4 Monday December 3rd. It's an innovative series that offers the British public a chance to connect directly with their family history for the first time. It will run for the next three weeks on the channel every day at 1pm. 
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'Bernard Dunne's Mythical Heroes' Second Series Begins on RTÉ
03 Dec 2018 | Commissioned by RTE's Pauline McNamara, it is a 6 x 20 minute children's series blending live action, animation (by Ian Kenny) and VFX (Egg Post Production). 
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Final Details Reveal Ahead of 2019 'Late Late Toy Show'
30 Nov 2018 | The theme of this year’s Late Late Toy Show has been revealed as host Ryan Tubridy and a cast of hundreds prepare for the biggest show on Irish television. 
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'Mrs Wilson' Begins on BBC One
28 Nov 2018 | The three-part drama series, which aired Tuesday November 27th, was filmed on location in Northern Ireland and received funding from Northern Ireland Screen supported by the Department for the Economy. 
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New Three-Part Series 'Death and Nightingales' Debuts on RTÉ One at 9:35pm
26 Nov 2018 | Allan Cubitt’s new three-part period drama ‘Death and Nightingales’ sees the writer/director reunite with Irish actor Jamie Dornan after working together on the critically acclaimed Irish drama series ‘The Fall’. 
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The Young Offenders Christmas Special Confirmed for RTÉ
26 Nov 2018 | RTÉ & BBC Three have confirmed that a one-off Christmas special for ‘The Young Offenders’ will air this December. 
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Four Northern Irish Productions Nominated for 2019 Broadcast Awards
22 Nov 2018 | Four productions filmed in Northern Ireland have been named among the nominees for the 2019 Broadcast Awards. ‘Pablo’, ‘Becca’s Bunch’, ‘Claude’ and ‘Derry Girls’ have all been nominated for awards. 
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eir Sport and RTÉ Sign Sub-Licencing Agreement on Rugby World Cup 2019
22 Nov 2018 | eir sport and RTÉ have announced that a sub-licencing agreement has been reached between the two broadcasters in relation to Rugby World Cup 2019. 
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Northern Ireland Screen's Irish Language broadcast Fund Announces Second Season of Amharc
22 Nov 2018 | TG4, BBC Gaeilge and Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund has announced the second season of ‘Amharc’. 
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Derry Girls Acquired by US Netflix for December Release
21 Nov 2018 | Netflix has announced that the first season of Channel 4’s hit TV show ‘Derry Girls’ will debut on the streaming giants US platform next month. 
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Implications of a No-Deal Brexit on the Broadcasting Industry
20 Nov 2018 | LK Shields’ Legal framework expert Aideen Burke talks to IFTN about the future of the broadcasting industry in the event of a No-Deal Brexit. 
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Over One Million Viewers Tune into Finale of Ireland's Historic Victory over the All Blacks
19 Nov 2018 | The viewing figures from RTÉ’s coverage of Ireland’s historical victory over the All Blacks on Saturday estimate that more than one million viewers tuned in to see the Ireland close out the game at the Aviva Stadium. 
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Three Irish Productions Set for US Premieres as Acorn TV Announces December Slate
15 Nov 2018 | Following this month’s world premiere of Acorn TV’s first sole commission with the return of ‘Agatha Raisin’ (Nov. 19th), Acorn TV has announced one of its biggest months yet with a December slate featuring four Irish productions, three of which will exclusively make their U.S. Premiere on the streaming service. 
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'Whistleblower: The Maurice McCabe Story' Proves Ratings Hit on RTÉ
15 Nov 2018 | The two-part series received a 1.1 million reach on TV and has become one of the most watched documentaries ever on the RTÉ Player with over 90,000 views since its air date. 
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Trailer Releases for Allan Cubitt's New BBC Drama Series 'Death and Nightingales'
15 Nov 2018 | The new BBC and RTE co-production is due for release later this month. 
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Screen Producers Ireland Launches New TV Licence Reform Campaign Video
14 Nov 2018 | Screen Producers Ireland has launched a video campaign ahead of the Oireachtas briefing session in Buswells Hotel to showcase the high quality programming of the Irish independent production sector, to recommend solutions for TV Licence Fee reform and to highlight that there is more the TV Licence Fee than just RTÉ. 
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Lisa Mulcahy Talks with IFTN
12 Nov 2018 | IFTN caught up with Irish director Lisa Mulcahy to discuss working on Virgin Media's drama 'Blood', female representation in the industry and her new feature film 'Undercliffe', which made its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival last week. 
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