Roy Bailie, a non-executive director at the Northern Irish broadcaster UTV, has more than doubled his stake in the company with the purchase of nearly £300,000 worth of shares.
He bought 433,025 at 68.8p a time and now has 857,235.
Shares in the company have tumbled recently. Back in July, Bailie took up a rights issue to buy just under 170,000 shares at 130p a time.
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The company has been hit hard by the downturn in TV advertising.
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