In 1987 they set up the pirate television station Telefís na Gaeltachta, after years of delays, including the sudden death of their technician who was to build the transmitter.

Eighteen hours of live and pre-recorded programming was broadcast between 2 and 5 November 1987.

RTÉ and the Irish government had sought to improve the availability of Irish-language programming on RTÉ services.

In 1972, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta (Rna G) was set up to provide Irish-language radio services across the country.

The channel has 650,000 viewers who tune into the channel each day to view a broad programming policy.

It has been reported to have a share of 2% of the national television market in the Republic of Ireland and 3% of the national television market in Northern Ireland.

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The daily Irish-language programme schedule is its core service: seven hours of programming in Irish supported by a wide range of material in other languages, mostly English.

TG4 launched its high-definition channel (TG4 HD) in 2012 on Virgin Media Ireland.

The first HD broadcast featured the 2012 TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football Championship final.