Talk:List of Celtic-language media

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Meaning of the figures beside station names[edit]

The figures quoted beside the names of the channel stations in the 'public broadcasters' section are completely without context and have no meaning, could someone explain what they are? I imagine it's the funding they get, but it could be their profits or who knows. Also reference if possible.

I can tell that they're the funding figures because I recognize the numbers, but I don't have a source. I'll put in that they're funding numbers but if a source isn't added all the numbers may need to be removed. JoshuaJohnLee talk softly, please 23:36, 30 August 2011 (UTC)

Irish language section[edit]

Since the Welsh section only links to its relevant article, should the Irish section not just point people towards List of Irish-language media? Edit: In fact, that page looks almost exactly like the section here, should the information here not just be merged into the further article?JoshuaJohnLee talk softly, please 20:03, 30 August 2011 (UTC)

Yes, I think it (and also Scottish Gaelic) should link as does the Welsh. -- Xxglennxx (talkcont.) 23:09, 30 August 2011 (UTC)
My only problem with doing this with Scottish Gaidhlig is that there are no pages at present that deal with print media. (The Irish Gaelige one does.) So I would prefer to leave at least part of the Scottish Gaelic one here. JoshuaJohnLee talk softly, please 23:27, 30 August 2011 (UTC)