NUACHT RÁITEAS | MEDIA RELEASE
25ú Deireadh Fómhair, 2022
GAA Broadcast Statement
The GAA is pleased to announce its live, highlights and on-demand media rights arrangements for the next five years (2023-27 seasons
inclusive) after the conclusion of negotiations with its television, streaming and radio partnersin recent weeks.
Following the successful expansion of GAAGO’s streaming footprint during the pandemic, exclusive championship games will be made available on the platform in Ireland and overseas from the 2023 season onwards.
RTÉ television will continue to show 31 championship games across the island of Ireland and the BBC retains its Ulster SFC rights.
BBC will also simulcast with RTÉ the All-Ireland semi-finals and finals in addition to broadcasting at least one of the finals on the wider BBC TV network annually.
RTÉ will televise the Joe McDonagh cup final, both Tailteann cup semi-finals and the final for the next five years. Additional streaming details from these competitions will follow in due course.
A new sharing arrangement between RTÉ and TG4 will see an increase in the number of Saturday night free to air Allianz League games broadcast while TG4 will continue to broadcast Sunday afternoon and non-regular round Allianz League games. BBC will also stream up to 10 Allianz League games involving Ulster teams per season.
TG4 and RTÉ will continue to provide coverage of the AIB GAA club
TG4 has also retained the rights to the Electric Ireland GAA Minor
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