RTE has introduced there are not any plans for Ryan Tubridy to return to his presenting function on the Irish nationwide broadcaster following an issue over the under-declaration of his wage.
Director normal Kevin Bakhurst mentioned negotiations with Tubridy about returning to his radio present had concluded after stating that belief between the events had “broken down”.
Tubridy has been off-air since June 22, when controversy over the under-declaration of his wage was first revealed by the RTE Board.
Mr Bakhurst mentioned: “We went into negotiations with Ryan in good faith and in the hopes of reaching an agreement that would see Ryan return to his RTE Radio 1 show.
“I have decided not to continue with negotiations and, as such, there are no plans for Ryan to return to his presenting role with RTE at this time.
“Despite having agreed some of the fundamentals, including fee, duration and hours, regretfully, it is my view that trust between the parties has broken down.”
Ireland’s public service broadcaster has been the topic of controversy since saying it had understated Tubridy’s earnings by 345,000 euro (£295,000) from the years 2017 to 2022.
The disaster on the broadcaster has since widened past Tubridy’s pay to RTE’s inside monetary, accounting and governance practices and its expenditure on company hospitality for promoting purchasers.
A report by Grant Thornton this week mentioned it was “very plausible” that charges paid by RTE to its star presenter had been under-declared by 120,000 euro from 2017-2019 to maintain the funds below the five hundred,000 euro mark.
On Wednesday, following the publication of that report which discovered Tubridy had no half in choices by RTE to understate his earnings between 2017-2019, the previous Late Late Show host mentioned he needed to re-establish belief with listeners.
Tubridy, who had been the station’s highest-paid worker previous to his choice to go away the flagship Late Late Show earlier this 12 months, mentioned he wished to return to presenting his radio programme however was awaiting a call from Mr Bakhurst concerning his future.
In that assertion, he mentioned: “I am committed to re-establishing the confidence and trust of my colleagues and listeners, and I hope that any fair assessment of the findings of today’s report will help in this regard.”
He added: “I want to acknowledge the huge support that I have received in recent weeks from people across the country; many cards and letters, greetings on the street and words of support from people I bumped into meant an awful lot to me and I appreciate them all very much.”
A spokesman for a media company representing Tubridy instructed the PA information company he was not making any touch upon the matter.