It's an exciting time for Clare FM. Last month, it won local station of the year at the Phonographic Performance Ireland (PPI) radio awards and, last Thursday, it launched a new high-tech studio at it
Tourism Ireland began filming last week for the TV portion of a three-year global advertising campaign that aims to reach 200 million potential visitors from the beginning of next year. The televisio
O2 is ahead of the curve in launching location-based marketing services, one of the latest developments in direct marketing. Brands using the service can send promotional texts and picture messages to
Linguaswap What it does: online language exchange Why it works: "We are offering more than just a video link, we have in-built conversation prompters, phrase suggestions from language to language an
It is a challenge for the public service to continue to deliver with reduced resources, but a national agency has increased its productivity by implementing an award-winning ICT strategy.
RTE could potentially lose as much as €6 million in television revenue following last week’s review by the Competition Authority, according to Core Media, one of Ireland’s largest media buying groups.
For the first time in more than 15 years, Odlums flour and porridge will today be appearing on Irish TV screens.
Businessmen Dean Keating, Dermot Condron and Mark Costigan joined forces over the summer to start Skinzone, a business producing personalised ‘skins’ for mobile phones, laptops, games consoles and other electronic devices.
The annual Concern fast, Concern’s longest-running fundraising appeal, will be launched next month with a new marketing campaign which aims to promote the event to a wider audience.
Savills is handling the sale of Carraig, a well-maintained family home on the corner of Kill Lane and Beech Park Road, just opposite Foxrock Church. An intelligently-designed property with lots of storage space, it also has plenty of potential thanks