|Nuacht RTÉ le TG4|
|Presented by||Siún Nic Gearailt |
Eibhlín Ní Choistealbha
Ailbhe Ó Monacháin
Caoimhe Ní Ceann Chonaighaile
|Country of origin||Ireland|
|Production location(s)||Baile na hAbhann, Galway (since 20/07/09)|
Previously Donnybrook, Dublin
|Camera setup||Single Camera (since relocation to Baile na hAbhann)|
|Running time||Approx. 8 Minutes|
|Original network||RTÉ One|
|Picture format||PAL, 16:9|
|Related shows||Nuacht TG4, RTÉ News|
Nuacht RTÉ le TG4 is the main news service for Irish language speakers on RTÉ television. The service is broadcast from the TG4 news studios at Baile na hAbhann in the Connemara Gaeltacht, County Galway .
The bulletin is presented and researched by the TG4 Nuacht team. A team of 42 staff are employed in the research and presentation of both Nuacht RTÉ and Nuacht TG4. Three new technical positions have been created as a result of investment by RTÉ.
Nuacht RTÉ before relocation
Previously, Nuacht RTÉ had broadcast a summary of the main news headlines after the RTÉ News at One O'Clock. This bulletin had displayed subtitles in Irish, on the right half of the screen, taken directly from the autocue. It is no longer on air, but is still sometimes mistakenly advertised.
The former 17:20 programme consisted of the main news stories of the day, a brief weather forecast (from the weather department) and a teaser for that evening's Nuacht TG4. It was presented mainly by Siún Nic Gearailt on weekdays, and by Brídóg Ni Bhuachalla on weekends.
Both of the above programmes were presented from the RTÉ News studio at the RTÉ headquarters in Donnybrook, Dublin 4.
Irish language news bulletins on RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ 2fm and RTÉ Lyric FM are still presented from the RTÉ in Dublin, while those on RTÉ Raidio na Gaeltachta are presented from its headquarters in Casla, Conamara, Co. na Gaillimhe (County Galway).
- "Nuacht RTÉ relocates to Baile na hAbhann". Galway Independent. 21 November 2007. Archived from the original on 11 July 2011. Retrieved 23 October 2008.
- "Here's the news RTÉ's Nuacht shifts base to west coast". Independent.ie. 13 July 2009. Retrieved 14 July 2009.
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