The GAA has announced its media rights deal for the next five years. This is a departure from previous agreements which were three years in length.
In terms of Championship games, the deal has not changed from the previous one.
Despite poor viewership numbers, Sky Sports has retained its coverage.
45 Championship games will be broadcast in total each year. RTÉ has the rights to 31 games. Sky Sports will broadcast 20 games, 14 of which will be exclusive.
TG4 will broadcast, in all, 85 games. That includes live and deferred coverage of the Allianz Leagues, Minor Championships, Club Championships and U20/21 Championships.
Eir Sport (Setanta in a previous incarnation) will continue to show Saturday night Allianz League fixtures.
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— eir Sport (@eirSport) December 9, 2016
RTÉ Radio now has exclusive rights to games, which means Newstalk loses its coverage of the Championships.
In October, the Irish Independent's Colm Keys reported that the new deal would be worth somewhere in the region of €55 million over its duration.