— Kavsie (@kavsie) January 29, 2020
Everyone’s a critic.
Thanks Piece Of Pi55
Laura Fitzgerald writes;
RTÉ News is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Whelan as its new London Correspondent. Sean has held the role of Economics Correspondent with RTÉ News for almost nine years, extensively reporting the economic crash, the Troika bailout and the economic recovery
Sean will be commencing his new role in the Summer. Sean succeeds Fiona Mitchell who will be taking up a new assignment later this year when her four year posting in London comes to an end…
Catriona Perry (above left), Keelin Shanley (above right) and Eillen Dunne (pic 2) help unveil a
cheap copy of BBC News/Sky News studio refurbishment and technical upgrade of RTÉ’s main News studio” at a cost €1.4 million.
Laura Fitzgerald writes:
The upgraded studio features a new video wall, 24m long and 3m high, spanning three sides of the studio. It utilises LED technology and a lighting system which is 70% more energy efficient.
The refurbishment has seen the introduction of new automated HD cameras, a new set design, additional presentation areas and changed opening graphics for the main news bulletins.
The new look RTÉ News also sees a reworking of the familiar RTÉ News theme music by Irish composer Ronan Hardiman, recorded by the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra.
An innovative and pleasing upgrade.
Or derivative, hi-tech, couch-based ‘news’ hub?
Only YOU can decide.
“I take great pride in my work reporting from Leinster House as RTE’s Political Correspondent and especially covering the dramatic 2016 general election and subsequent prolonged government formation process as well as the historic referendums on Marriage Equality and the Eighth Amendment.
“I loved every minute reporting on political developments – and providing analysis and context – for RTÉ’s audience.
“Thank you to my colleagues who helped me with all this work and to everyone for their loyalty and decency.”
Martina Fitzgerald, this afternoon
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) November 29, 2018
On RTÉ’s Six One News.
Journalist Paul Cunningham interviewed former Minister for Communications Denis Naughten about Peter Smyth’s report into the National Broadband Plan procurement process and Mr Naughten’s engagements with David McCourt.
Watch back in full here
Previously: Breaking His Own Rules
More as we get it.
*renews telly licence*