RTÉ, Virgin Media and TG4 join forces to express their concerns about the place on digital platforms

RTÉ and TG4 have joined forces with commercial operator Virgin Media in a plea to the chairman of the Future of the Media Commission regarding the importance of Irish channels on streaming and on-demand services.

All three operators are deeply concerned about the loss of Irish stations on platforms in the digital age.

Media Minister Catherine Martin recently announced that the Online Security and Media Regulation Bill would give the future Media Commission the power to demand
Pay TV services such as Sky to ensure the prominence of Irish public service channels and content to ensure they remain ‘easily findable and discoverable’.

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