A limited service of news, sport and TV listings was made available; the Irish Examiner sponsored the news and sport coverage.
On Monday 12 March, 2001, the 'Teletext Test Transmission' banners disappeared. Subtitling of programmes began the previous January but this was restricted to programmes provided by Granada, who had recently acquired a 45% stake in TV 3.
TG4 is also available to watch online live and to view previously broadcast programmes from around the world through the TG4 Player.
TG4 was formerly known as Teilifís na Gaeilge or Tna G, before a rebranding campaign in 1999.
Some of the old graphics were still evident in January 2002.
RTÉ operates two complementary television channels, RTÉ One and RTÉ Two and four radio stations, RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ 2fm, RTÉ lyric fm and RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.
The first HD broadcast featured the 2012 TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football Championship final.
The channel was first announced on 12 February 2014.
A high-definition simulcast, ITVBe HD, launched on Virgin Media on 19 November 2014, along with a one-hour timeshift service, ITVBe 1.
Another soccer page..time with a more specific page heading.
This style of banner was discontinued in late Autumn 2001 in favour of the above 'Sport' banner...presumably to provide space for the Irish Examiner sponsorship message..