RTE says it will name its ten best paid presenters and what they're on "shortly". The State Broadcaster is also promising to review role and gender equality after the BBC revealed a big difference in what it pays men and women.
Today, for the first time, it revealed that 101 of its staff are on six-figure salaries.
The Minister for Communications says he wants a level of transparency from RTE that the country hasn't seen before.
Denis Naughten said "RTE is funded primarliy from the TV licence" which the public pays for, so he believes "there is a responsibility on an organisation like RTE to be transparent about pay".
The National Union of Journalists has also called for "full clarity" and a review of employment practices at the state broadcatser.
Bernie Ni Fhlatharta said "it's time to publish what they pay all their staff. It is afterall the public's money and the public have a right to know".