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The three writers proposed small temporary buildings for Gaeltacht regional television services broadcasting a limited number of hours each night with programming coming from each of the Gaeltacht regions around the country.
This government left office in 1994 and was replaced by the Rainbow Coalition.In 1972, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta (Rna G) was set up to provide Irish-language radio services across the country.All radio and television services provided by RTÉ provided some Irish-language programming.Very significant assistance in non-monetary terms comes from RTÉ which is required to provide over 360 hours of programming annually at no cost to TG4. Their aim, initially, was to show one hour of Irish-language programming each night, increasing to two hours by 1999.Initial criticisms of the planned station came from journalist Kevin Myers who derided Tna G as a white elephant, calling it 'Telefís De Lorean', in a reference to the ill-fated De Lorean Motor Company.) is an Irish public service broadcaster for Irish-language speakers. It is available to 98% of homes in Ireland through digital terrestrial television Saorview and is available on Virgin Media Ireland, e Vision, Magnet Networks and Sky Ireland.
TG4 is also available to watch online live and to view previously broadcast programmes from around the world through the TG4 Player.
TG4 was formerly known as ) and RTÉ Two in 1978; and was followed by TV3 in 1998.
The channel has 650,000 viewers who tune into the channel each day to view a broad programming policy.
In 1989, Ciarán Ó Feinneadha, one of the members of Coiste ar son Teilifís Gaeltachta, moved to Dublin and set up a similar organisation in the capital called Feachtas Náisiúnta Teilifíse (FTN).
FTN outlined their demands: It was also suggested that the cap on advertising on RTÉ be removed and the additional funds be designated for the new services.
Eighteen hours of live and pre-recorded programming was broadcast between 2 and 5 November 1987.