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Grainne, 36, began her career over 14 years ago with the launch of Teilifis na Gaeilge (now TG4) anchoring the 10pm news bulletin.
In 1996, the fee rose from pounds 62 to pounds 70, money which RTE says went towards funding the daily hour of programming it was required to provide to the newly established Teilifis na Gaeilge.
Communications Minister Noel Dempsey said to support Irish media, TG4 will become an independent station next April and will be transformed into Teilifis na Gaeilge (TnaG).
When Kenny returns from his summer hols, she'll make a short series for Teilifis na Gaeilge, and a new food series called Pot Luck for RTE.
Irish language TV station Teilifis Na Gaeilge enjoyed a star-studded launch last night.
With two national stations and the new Teilifis na Gaeilge on the way, local TV services are already more than adequate for the country.
Byrne recently made a short film for new Irish language TV station Teilifis Na Gaeilge.
New Irish language TV station Teilifis na Gaeilge is planning to snatch Italian soccer coverage from Channel 4.