RTÉ Expect 'Small Surplus' For 2013

Following a series of cost-saving measures, the broadcaster RTÉ has announced that it expects to report a "small surplus" for 2013.

The Director General at the national broadcaster made the announced in an address to an Oireachtas committee hearing, where he added that any additional funding raised by the introduction of broadcasting charge would be spent on increased investment in programmes and other areas including news and drama production.


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