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20 New Jobs for Kerry with Irish TV

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20 New Jobs for Kerry with Irish TV

Monday, January 19, 2015 

20 New Jobs for Kerry with Irish TV

IRISH TV is set to create 20 new jobs in Kerry after launching its Munster regional hub.

The jobs are in a range of skilled media disciplines will be will be based in Tralee, Co. Kerry.

The digital TV startup launched last May and has been broadcasting a full schedule since August. Irish TV targets the Irish diaspora, combining original and syndicated content.

The announcement was made by Diaspora Minister Jimmy Deenihan, who opened the offices at the Kerry Technology Park.

Irish TV broadcasts 40 Irish-produced programmes every week, including 32 weekly ‘County Matters’ shows. It is accessible on a number of platforms, including on Sky TV 191 and will be available on Saorview from March.

Husband and wife team Pierce and Mairead O’Reilly founded the company in 2011. UK-based entrepreneur John Griffin is providing financial backing. He was recently crowned Kerry London Person of the Year. Kerry broadcaster Brian Hurley has been appointed the company’s Munster Regional Manager.

Contact details for Irish TV are available here.

Explore the Irish Media and Publishing Sector here.

The CareersPortal Team