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The RTE news special where the Taoiseach spoke on austerity and his plans for the Irish economy ahead of the Budget was watched by 1,205,300 people.
In an effort to develop new methods to monitor efforts toimprove dietary quality in the United States, investigators from the Universityof North Carolina set out to analyze the RTE GBD product category from twoangles: the first examined whether changes have been made to the nutritionalcontent of manufactured RTE GBD products and the second, to determine ifconsumers purchased fewer products or shifted towards products with lowerenergy, sugar, or saturated fat content.
BOYLESPORTS have signed a two-year deal worth €1 million to sponsor RTE Racing, a move that will secure 24 days of Irish racing each year for terrestrial television viewers.
The Dublin-based broadcaster, which operates two television channels - RTE One and RTE Two - as well as four radio stations, is building its new production workflow around the Avid Interplay([TM]) nonlinear workflow engine, tied to the Avid Unity ISIS[R] shared-storage system.
RTE National Symphony Orchestra associate principal viola John Lynch lost his life in the tragic incident on the Greek holiday island of Crete.
Atos will draw on its experience and capacity for innovation and industrialisation to help RTE maintain the best possible IT quality, availability and security for its public service function.
Irish broadcaster RTE will be showing the race live in an hour-long telecast on RTE 2 between 8.
DEFAMED priest Father Kevin Reynolds has "no desire for revenge" over the shocking RTE Prime Time documentary, it was revealed yesterday.