CCÉ News requires reporters from around Ireland. We are currently looking for new members to join our growing co-op. CCÉ would like to hear from suitable applicants from across Ireland. We hope to have at least one reporter in each county both north and south of the border.
If you are interest in being part of a co-operative movement please send your CV to email@example.com
A partnership of broadcasters who aim to provide strong National, International and Local programming to its audience.
Together under one name a broadcasting group can build a strong brand that can be trusted. While diverse TV and Film professionals can come together to provide strong competition in the Irish Media Marketplace.
To cross-promote 4 broadcast services that will service the Irish people, that will create jobs and provide new innovation and embrace an entrepreneurial spirit to content provision.
FISÉ a film channel to provide space for Irish and European Film, Documentary and Shorts, Classic Hollywood and Blockbusters and International cinema.
CEOL a music channel to provide space for Irish acts. Everything from Pop to Alternative Music. Documentaries about music. Non-stop hits and Trad Sessions.
EOLAS for access to politicians in the Oireachtas, information about your rights, local information, media training, education, language skills, life skills and the sciences.
CCÉ stands for Comhpháirtíocht Craolacháin na hÉireann or Broadcasting Partnership of Ireland. The logo is based on the old Irish Wave Design.