RTÉ Strategy 2024
Following the announcement of RTÉ’s revised strategy, RTÉ has published its revised strategy document. To view, click here.
Statement of Performance Commitments 2019
The Broadcasting Act 2009 (the Act) introduced new reporting requirements on RTÉ, one of which is as follows:
RTÉ shall, by 31 January in each year, prepare an annual statement of performance commitments, in accordance with (a) its objects, (b) the Statement of Strategy,(c) the Public Service Statement and including the activities to which the corporation intends to commit in that financial year and associated performance indicators. RTÉ will report each year in its Annual Report on the fulfilment or otherwise of the commitments made in its Annual Statement of Performance Commitments.
See below for RTÉ’s latest Annual Statement of Performance Commitments:
For RTÉ’s Annual Statement of Performance Commitments (2018), click here.
RTÉ Strategy 2018 – 2022
This strategy sets RTÉ on a sustainable path where public service media (PSM) will be re-imagined for a new generation. It aims to connect with and engages everyone, wherever they are. On that path, RTÉ will continue to deliver high-quality, distinctive Irish content across its traditional channels and services, while it grows and experiments in the digital space. In an increasingly global and more competitive market, RTÉ will put audiences at the centre of its thinking and will adapt to remain relevant to all audiences.
To view RTÉ’s Strategy (2018 – 2022), Renewing RTÉ for the next generation click here.
‘Ensuring a sustainable future for RTÉ’s orchestras’
In April 2018 RTÉ published a report following an independent review of its provision of orchestral services. The independent report, entitled ’Ensuring a sustainable future for RTÉ’s orchestras’ was carried out by former Director of BBC Radio and of BBC News, Helen Boaden, with the support of strategy consulting firm, Mediatique.
This extensive and in-depth independent review looked at the best way of providing high-quality and sustainable orchestral services to the Irish public, and covered both the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra (RTÉ NSO) and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra (RTÉ CO).
To view the report, click here.
Language Scheme for RTÉ
This Language Scheme is prepared under Section 11 of Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúla, 2003 (the Official Languages Act 2003, hereafter the Act). This Act is the first piece of legislation to provide a statutory framework for the delivery of services through the Irish Language.
To view the Language Scheme for RTÉ click here.
The Media Landscape in Ireland
Media consumers are faced with an unprecedented choice of content, platforms and devices. This is creating a new, radically different and dynamic landscape. Public media is evolving to engage audiences with the type of content they want, in the way they want it.
To view The Media Landscape in Ireland report, click here.
Meáin Ghaeilge RTÉ – Action Plan 2015 – 2019
The Irish language is many things in Ireland. It is the living community language of the Gaeltacht. It is the language of the schoolyard in hundreds of Gaelscoileanna around the country. It is something to be spoken while abroad in order to define one’s identity. For some, it’s a source of resentment. For others, it is nothing beyond italics on signposts.
To view the Meáin Ghaeilge RTÉ, click here.