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    RTE gives details of global All-Ireland broadcasting

    By Noreen Bowden | August 30, 2007

    RTE Radio has announced that its All-Ireland Hurling and Football Final coverage will be broadcast to Irish people living abroad in countries across Europe, Africa and the Far East.

    In Africa and the Far East, the finals will be on shortwave. Across most of Britain, listeners will get coverage on LongWave 252. Most of Europe can hear the finals on DRM; RTE is broadcasting the finals on DRM for the second year in a row.

    Audio coverage will also be available worldwide on

    The broadcaster notes:

    The service is part of RTE’s continued commitment to Irish people overseas, particularly in geographically or technically isolated areas.

    The hurling final takes place on 2 September and the football final takes place on 16 September.

    See full details of the All-Ireland broadcast on the RTE website.

    For more information on RTE’s global coverage visit the broadcaster’s website.

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