15pm JUST over half a century ago Archbishop John Charles McQuaid put together and trained a group of filmmaker priests to offer programmes to Telefis Eireann.
What does TE stand for?
TE stands for Telefis Eireann (Ireland)
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We have 36 other meanings of TE in our Acronym Attic
- Technical Education
- Technical Escort
- Technical Evaluation
- Technical Exhibit (to a solicitation package)
- Technical Expert
- Technology and Engineering
- Technology Evangelist
- Telecom Egypt
- Telecom Eireann (Irish telephone company)
- Telecommunications Enclosure
Samples in periodicals archive:
[Desmond Fisher is a former editor of The Catholic Herald, London, and a former head of current affairs at Radio Telefis Eireann.
TELEFIS Eireann first broadcasts on New Year's Eve, 1961.
The case of Magill (Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE) v Commission) set down the principle that the refusal to grant a licence cannot generally constitute an abuse of a dominant position, but may do so in 'exceptional circumstances.
IT WILL be no surprise to most Merseysiders, but Liverpool is the most Irish city outside the Emerald Isle, according to the country's national broadcaster Radio Telefis Eireann.
Even though there might not again be a grotesquerie like The Late Late Show where (to the eternal disgrace of RTE--Radio Telefis Eireann, Ireland's state-financed public broadcaster) "Father" Michael Cleary was allowed to present a collection of gravely disabled people to illustrate his point that if the unborn were not protected by the constitution women would choose not to have disabled babies and the wheelchair users surrounding him in the television studio would have been murdered in the womb.
In other business, special guest Dermot Horan, director of Broadcast and Acquisitions for Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE) of Ireland, gave an insightful and informative view of the Screenings from a buyer's perspective.
John Charles McQuaid: What the Papers Say, presented by John Bowman, Radio Telefis Eireann, RTE 1 Dublin.