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TG4 HD, similar to RTÉ Two HD, broadcasts mainly sporting programming from national to international events, documentaries, movies and US programming in high-definition where available.It is anticipated that TG4 will itself start broadcasting its own programming produced in high-definition in the future.TG4 launched its high-definition channel (TG4 HD) in 2012 on Virgin Media Ireland.The first HD broadcast featured the 2012 TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football Championship final.Very significant assistance in non-monetary terms comes from RTÉ which is required to provide over 360 hours of programming annually at no cost to TG4. Their aim, initially, was to show one hour of Irish-language programming each night, increasing to two hours by 1999.Initial criticisms of the planned station came from journalist Kevin Myers who derided Tna G as a white elephant, calling it 'Telefís De Lorean', in a reference to the ill-fated De Lorean Motor Company.Eighteen hours of live and pre-recorded programming was broadcast between 2 and 5 November 1987.The transmitter was built at a cost of IR£4,000 through donations from local Gaeltacht communities.
In 1987 they set up the pirate television station Telefís na Gaeltachta, after years of delays, including the sudden death of their technician who was to build the transmitter.In 1969, Lelia Doolan, Jack Dowling and Bob Quinn published Sit down and Be Counted, a book describing their campaign for a separate Irish-language television service.Bob Quinn is a maverick film director who produced many documentaries and fiction films through the Irish language on limited budgets, including the first Irish-language feature film Poitín starring Niall Tóibín, Cyril Cusack and Donal Mc Cann.The new programme for government also sought to launch Tna G as the 3rd channel. Higgins remained as Minister for Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht under Taoiseach John Bruton. The total cost in establishing the transmission and links networks, and the construction of the station's headquarters in the Connemara Gaeltacht, was IR£16.1 million.