Monthly Archives: August 2011
Here is a list of national showing the 2011 rugby world cup*. One noticeable omission from this list of television stations is the BBC, but matches can be watched on ITV instead. Argentina: TV Publica, ESPN Australia: Fox Sports, Nine … Read full
Today Ireland play France in rugby at the Aviva stadium. Kickoff is at 5pm (Irish time) with coverage on RTÉ2 starting at 4:30pm.
Here is some information about when you would need a proxy, and when you would need a VPN. Proxies tend to work on the browser level, sending internet traffic your browser uses via a 3rd party resource. A VPN , … Read full
It’s not possible to watch the full contents of RTÉ’s programming while outside Ireland. Despite paying your license fee there is no way to get your fill of Gaelic football or hurling while not in Ireland. One way you can get around this is to pay between €5-€10 for a Irish proxy. This fee will cover you for a month and will allow you to watch the shows while away. It sends your internet traffic via Ireland and will enable you to access content that is restricted to being in Ireland. See our article about how to watch RTÉ while abroad. Read full