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TVLand183 posts since 9 Aug 2019
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Virgin Media Television have published the viewing figures for last nights debate
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670,000 viewers tuned in to watch the first Head-to Head Debate between Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar and Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin on Virgin Media One last night, with a further 40,000 live streams.

Hosted by Pat Kenny, the 80-minute debate had an average audience of 325,400, which marked the first major debate of Election 2020.

On Thursday, January 30th , Virgin Media Television will host a multi-party Leaders’ Debate moderated by Matt Cooper and Ivan Yates, where the leaders of the seven main political parties have been invited to VMTV to take part in a wide-ranging debate.
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bkman19901,525 posts since 29 Jan 2012
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Nationwide will not be showing their episode on Air Travel at Shannon Airport tomorrow night. It will be shown on Monday.

Bryan Dobson will have a leaders interview with Leo Varadkar on RTÉ One tomorrow night at 7pm.

As the Claire Byrne Live leaders debate at NUI Galway is on Monday; Crimecall for this January will be on Tuesday night at 10:15pm.

RTÉ have some trailers for Election 2020 in where some of their presenters have a static shot background of Studio 3 behind them.

I have seen two of them so far featuring Claire Byrne & Bryan Dobson.
JKDerry2,455 posts since 15 Oct 2016
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Nationwide will not be showing their episode on Air Travel at Shannon Airport tomorrow night. It will be shown on Monday.

Bryan Dobson will have a leaders interview with Leo Varadkar on RTÉ One tomorrow night at 7pm.

As the Claire Byrne Live leaders debate at NUI Galway is on Monday; Crimecall for this January will be on Tuesday night at 10:15pm.

RTÉ have some trailers for Election 2020 in where some of their presenters have a static shot background of Studio 3 behind them.

I have seen two of them so far featuring Claire Byrne & Bryan Dobson.

I get the feeling Studio 3 will be used much more for this election than ever before. They really gave it an overhaul last year and want to get their moneys worth - maybe this will be the first election in which Studio 4 will not be used? I think the first election Studio 4 was used by RTE was 1997 right?
bkman19901,525 posts since 29 Jan 2012
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The Leader's Interviews with Bryan Dobson is a live broadcast from Studio 5. The setup they have for it look's great with the Election 2020 graphics used as the backdrop. They are using a huge video wall for the programme.
JKDerry2,455 posts since 15 Oct 2016
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The Leader's Interviews with Bryan Dobson is a live broadcast from Studio 5. The setup they have for it look's great with the Election 2020 graphics used as the backdrop. They are using a huge video wall for the programme.

Studio 5 would be a good choice for RTE if they wished to downsize their election presentation, just like the BBC moved into a smaller studio for the 2019 general election night.
TVLand183 posts since 9 Aug 2019
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RTÉ’s coverage for the Local and Euro Elections last year was done in Studio 3, and it looked really nice.

I wouldn’t be too shocked if they opted to use Studio 3 for this years election.