TG4 'extremely disappointed' by drop in viewing figures

TG4 'extremely disappointed' by drop in viewing figures

The publicly-funded Irish language channel TG4 has said it's "extremely disappointed" in a drop in viewing figures.

Its annual report showed its average all-day share fell by 5.9% to just 1.76%.

Meanwhile, its weekly reach dropped by 9% to 30%.

The company saw a 2.6% increase in funding last year to almost €34m.

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