Saturday, 21 May 2022

Eir Sport to cease broadcasting after waning income

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 20 May 21

The closure of Eir Sport mirrors a similar announcement from BT over their own sports content a few weeks ago

Despite rising customer numbers, Ireland’s Eir has recorded a 3% drop in revenues in its most recent quarterly results. This loss is primarily due to a decrease in income from voice calls, as well as from the operator’s sports content.  As a result, following a lengthy review, the company has now announced that Eir Sport will cease broadcasting later this year…

Despite rising customer numbers, Ireland’s Eir has recorded a 3% drop in revenues in its most recent quarterly results. This loss is primarily due to a decrease in income from voice calls, as well as from the operator’s sports content.  As a result, following a lengthy review, the company has now announced that Eir Sport will cease broadcasting later this year…

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