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Putting the country on the world stage

Putting the country on the world stage

Undaunted by last year’s Project Ireland 2040 controversy, John Concannon is leading Ireland’s campaign for a seat on the UN Security Council in 2021

Podcasting is the new gold rush, but most hopefuls will make no money

Podcasting is the new gold rush, but most hopefuls will make no money

The latest outbreak of podcast fever fails to recognise the cost of making quality audio or engaging an audience to compete with radio. This bubble will burst

Twitter’s importance as a channel for trusted news sources continues to grow

Twitter’s importance as a channel for trusted news sources continues to grow

Equality can wait – RTÉ won’t risk its cash cow

Equality can wait – RTÉ won’t risk its cash cow

Ryan Tubridy speculated that the next presenter of The Late Late Show would be a woman. But change will not come soon to this male bastion

Reopening some old doors to highlight homelessness

Reopening some old doors to highlight homelessness

Ad agencies feel the heat from climate change activists

Ad agencies feel the heat from climate change activists

The marketeers have the power to alter our habits – and they are being urged to stop selling us things we don’t need

The world of pod, and why big advertisers are loving it

The world of pod, and why big advertisers are loving it

As the audio landscape changes fundamentally, podcast sponsorships offer brands ‘one of the most potent forms of advertising around’

High street retailers boxing clever to fight the online tide

High street retailers boxing clever to fight the online tide

Large retailers are offering in-store experiences and partnering with delivery companies as they try to avoid being the next casualties in a shifting market

‘Many in the trade have begun to ask: how long can this be sustained?’

‘Many in the trade have begun to ask: how long can this be sustained?’

Election posters are so last century

Election posters are so last century

Do election candidates really still have to hoist their effigy up a pole? What’s wrong with using radio and TV?

A talent for making a good impression

A talent for making a good impression

Mario Rosenstock has been making us laugh for two decades and he is still going strong in a new role

Hosts with the most keep the listeners tuning in

Hosts with the most keep the listeners tuning in

Tourism campaign could make Game of Thrones king of the North

Tourism campaign could make Game of Thrones king of the North

‘Tech’ firms can no longer publish and be damned

‘Tech’ firms can no longer publish and be damned

If RTÉ had live-streamed the Christchurch atrocity there would have been hell to pay. Facebook et al are media companies, they need to take responsibility for what they publish

Core values get a refresh

Core values get a refresh

Marketing communications giant Core is reaping the benefits of a restructuring into nine ‘practices’ within a single company, with billed revenue predicted to hit €215m and Irish market share rising to 35 per cent