The TnaG service provided little in the way of imports except for children's programming. TnaG provided airings of QVC during daytime hours. TnaG aired Northern Exposure. They also dubbed into Irish a number of European, Welsh and Scottish programmes.
Under its own previous guise as TnaG, the Irish language public service broadcaster has been covering the competition since its inception in as the Celtic League, and is back on board for another three years to provide the sole free-to-air coverage of the competition in Ireland.
In total, they will have 28 live games, including the final.
They will also have deferred coverage of a further nine interprovincial derbies, as well as a weekly highlights package. We know that there are 32 counties, and abroad, watching us.
Here's everything you need to know about the match: 1 Munster take on Dragons this weekend What time is the match on at?
Twenty years ago, when we started doing the interpros in and , and then Celtic League started in , we were getting a lot of criticism because rugby audiences hated the Irish language.
People are used to it now.
We stuck with it through thick and think, and here we are now, the tournament is still blossoming and growing. But I think we have an advantage because we are available to per cent of homes in Ireland.
Every household in Ireland has TG4. If not, just go on line on the player on tg4.
The game is there. Average viewing per match was 64, individuals, equating to a 6. During the regular rounds of the competition rounds the most popular province among TG4 viewers was Munster. Thirteen of their matches were shown live, averaging 81, viewers per game.