It was announced late on Tuesday night that hundreds of RTE … Mr. Coveney joined RTÉ in 2007 and since 2011 has held the position of Strategic Adviser to the Director-General.

He now becomes Director of Strategy.

You may be aware that representatives of the “Irish campaign for a boycott of Eurovision 2019 in Israel” held a meeting with the Director General of RTÉ, Dee Forbes, as well as Rory Coveney, Strategic Advisor to the Director General of RTÉ, and Michael Kealy, Head of RTÉ’s delegation for Eurovision on Wednesday 26th September. Rory Coveney is the brother of An Tainiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Convey, Ireland's Deputy Prime Minster. WHAT a perspicacious article appeared in the Sunday Independent recently informing readers that in the race for the Their older sibling Patrick Coveney is the chief executive of food firm Greencore. Their older sibling Patrick Coveney is the chief executive of food firm Greencore - Greencore is the company involved in the horsemeat packaging scandal of 2012/13 - the meat was found to be on sale in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Aldi, Lidl and others. He also holds an MA in Interactive Media from Dublin Institute of Technology. Rory Coveney has been appointed to the RT� executive board this follows Frances Abeton's exit before Christmas. Television Premium 'I’ve never seen a time like this as a journalist' - Claire Byrne

RTÉ is also planning to sell parts of its prime Donnybrook site along with the closure of its Limerick studio in an effort to save money. Mr. Coveney joined RT� in 2007 and since 2011 has held the position of Strategic Adviser to the Director-General. Their older sibling Patrick Coveney is the chief executive of food firm Greencore - Greencore is the company involved in the horsemeat packaging scandal of 2012/13 - the meat was found to be on sale in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Aldi, Lidl and others.

No bias there then. RTÉ staff earning over €40,000 may face pay cuts under proposals being considered at talks to save €60m.

Mr. Coveney is a graduate of UCC where he gained a BA in history. Hugh's other son Rory Coveney (The Tánaiste's Brother) is currently head of strategy for RTE. The RTE Guide is also up for sale.Staff in RTE are still reeling from the decision with many finding out about the cuts from news bulletins.Write CSS OR LESS and hit save. Greencore is the company involved in the horsemeat packaging scandal of 2012/13. News broke yesterday that national broadcaster RTÉ needs to save €60million over the next three years by cutting 200 jobs and reducing salaries.Top chiefs in the station have taken a 10 percent pay cut and the entire staff is now under a pay freeze.Some of the most talked-about cuts in RTÉ include those of the These national stars will take pay cuts of up to 15 percent but many, including politicians, have spoken out about how they are still being paid too much who earn more than The Taoiseach.A number of ministers have spoken out against the amount some of RTÉ’s presenters are paid, as it exceeds the amount Taoiseach Leo Vradkar earns.The Taoiseach earns €207,590 in comparison to Ryan’s estimated €420,000 or Miriam O’Callaghan’s estimated €254,250.RTÉ Director-General Dee Forbes has defended her staff in an interview with the Speaking out against the salaries paid Business Minister Heather Humphrey said she didn’t think it was viable for presenters to be paid so much.When asked if he thought they were worth it, Minister of State John Halligan bluntly replied ‘no’.This comes in light of the fact that most of the highest-paid personalities are earning more than the Taoiseach but Dee defends her decisions stating how hard they work:‘I’m not saying the Government doesn’t but you know they do work incredibly hard in a very, very pressurised environment and in a competitive environment.’Brother of Tanaister and RTÉ’s director of strategy Rory Coveney stands by Dee explaining that people in all different sectors are paid more than the Taoiseach.RTÉ is also planning to sell parts of its prime Donnybrook site along with the closure of its Limerick studio in an effort to save money. RT� did not announce the change but Frances Abeton's profile was removed sometime ago, while Rory Coveney's profile has been added to their list of executive board members. Reactions: blinding and redneck. RTE Director General Dee Forbes spoke about the cuts and why jobs were the biggest issue. CTRL + SPACE for auto-complete.

RTE current affairs have a deep deep hatred of Sinn Féin. Brother of Tanaister and RTÉ’s director of strategy Rory Coveney stands by Dee explaining that people in all different sectors are paid more than the Taoiseach.

Most of their journalists and commentators live in Dun Laoghaire or South Dublin and Wicklow.

Interesting that the person at RTE with hands on control of the election coverage is Rory Coveney, brother of Simon. Hugh’s other son Rory Coveney (The Tánaiste’s Brother) is currently head of the strategy for RTE. Executive leadership of the news division of Ireland’s public service media, managing teams working across TV, radio & digital.

France Abeton was appointed Director of Operations and Production Services in August of 2017 and left her position at the public service broadcaster in December 2018. The RTE Guide is also up for sale. Mr. Coveney is responsible for strategic planning for RT�, covering corporate strategy, new ventures, innovation, public affairs and strategic risk management. Rory Coveney is the brother of An Tainiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Convey, Ireland's Deputy Prime Minster. The biggest presenters in RTE are paid more than Ireland's Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

Responsible for editorial, creative, people & financial management of the division, as well as broader strategic management as a member of RTÉ’s Executive Board. He now becomes Director of Strategy. The broadcaster revealed earlier this week that the station would cut 200 jobs, including the digital radio stations such as RTE Pulse and RTE 2XM. Prior to joining RT�, Mr. Coveney worked for Irish Aid in the Department of Foreign Affairs. A petition of some 11,000 signatures was handed …