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RTE News Hotline opens to blow whistle on illegal dumping A whistleblowers ' telephone hotline opened yesterday to finally catch illegal dumpers red-handed.
I have represented RTE, C4 and the BBC over the years and now as a new indie, represented no one but myself.
This station - called 2RN - eventually evolved into RTE Radio One and is the longest running continually broadcasting public service station in Europe.
RTE, which stands for Raidió Teilifís Éireann, is Ireland's government sponsored national radio station.
The RTE network includes several nationally broadcasted radio stations as well as a number of regional and specialty stations.
RTE, the national broadcasting company, and public company Communicorp control the vast majority of nationally broadcast radio stations.
The most popular stations are RTE Radio One and RTE 2FM, however, Communicorp remains competitive on the national level, especially with their Newstalk and Today FM.
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