RTÉ announces plans for broadcasting coverage of the 2007 general election using radio, television, teletext and the internet.

A news report on plans for RTÉ's coverage of the 2007 general election. RTÉ's coverage of the general election will be one of the biggest operations in the station's history. Developments in Election 2007 will be delivered to a national and worldwide audience via television, radio, the internet and teletext This report shows rehearsals for Election 2007 count.

John O'Regan Executive Producer of 'Election 2007' and Mark Little presenter are interviewed.The interior of the RTÉ count centre is shown.

Sean O'Rourke, RTÉ presenter, discusses the radio coverage of Election 2007. The Director General of RTÉ Cathal Goan is also interviewed in Irish on the subject of RTÉ's coverage. Reporter Charlie Bird also gives his view.

RTÉ Radio One and Radió na Gaeltachta (Irish language radio station) will provide non-stop coverage of the count while RTÉ Lyric FM and 2Fm will also have updates.

All RTÉ outlets are involved in coverage of the count. The website www.rte.ie will provide coverage to a worldwide audience while the teletext service Aertel will carry all the results.