The RTE digital suite will be a digital suite of sorts for the network’s television and radio programmes.
It will be the first time that RTE will have a digital offering of this nature on television and digital devices.
The new suite will also include a range of new digital and mobile apps for the RTÉ website and mobile application, with a digital version of RTÉ’s radio station RTÉ One.
The digital suite, which is also being developed by the corporation’s digital agency R&H, will be available on a range on-demand services and in digital TV channels.
The suite is expected to be launched in the autumn, but is not expected to replace the current digital platform, which has been in place since 2015.
In the new digital platform it will be possible to have access to a large number of programmes on-line as well as to watch the programmes as they air.
The RTÉ digital suite is designed to be the ultimate digital media library for RTÉ content.
RTE’s digital platform is set to provide a wealth of RTE content for its users.
The Digital Media Group has previously described RTÉ as the most digitally engaged news network in Ireland and the best in the world at bringing its content to the world.
The current digital digital platform will have the capacity to be able to deliver more than 1.5 million hours of RTI content per week.
R&H is the company behind RTÉ and the corporation has a large presence in the digital world.
It has digital channels in Ireland, France, the United Kingdom and Germany, as well digital radio stations in the United States and the United Arab Emirates.
The latest RTE announcement came as part of the corporation putting the final touches to the rollout of the digital suite.
This will include the launch of RTISignup, a new on-stream application that will allow subscribers to stream RTÉ programs, online and offline.