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No sign of a slowdown in influencer marketing

No sign of a slowdown in influencer marketing

Many roll their eyes and argue that influencer marketing can be a waste of money, but a report has found that influencers tend to have higher user engagement than the content generated by brands

UCC’s plan to negotiate the post-experts age

UCC’s plan to negotiate the post-experts age

University College Cork’s new head of media, Eoin Hahessy, is determined to play a role in reversing the current trend of evidence-based research being derided and undermined

Has RTÉ hit a tipping point?

Has RTÉ hit a tipping point?

RTÉ’s autumn schedule is not doing the business, and there are likely to be further losses unless a solution is found

Inside Track

Inside Track

Public Accounts Committee to pressure RTÉ over controversial self-employment contracts

Public Accounts Committee to pressure RTÉ over controversial self-employment contracts

Some 157 people, up to one in four of the 433 contractors at RTÉ, may have been misclassified as self-employed, a review by Eversheds Sutherland found in June

Mind the Gap Films cooks up international deal for recipe show

Mind the Gap Films cooks up international deal for recipe show

Media Matters Podcast: Martina Byrne of the PRII

Media Matters Podcast: Martina Byrne of the PRII

Colette Sexton is joined by Martina Byrne, chief executive of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland, who talks about how the PR industry is changing

Sweet like chocolate: Lily O'Briens new €4m campaign

Sweet like chocolate: Lily O'Briens new €4m campaign

Figuring out the market

Figuring out the market

The Irish advertising market is difficult to measure, while Brexit and general uncertainty continue to hold it back

AI doesn't spell the end for journalism

AI doesn't spell the end for journalism

While AI anchors might make those of us currently in the media industry feel very uneasy, the truth is that no job is safe from automation

For years, Garrett Harte was the guiding hand behind Newstalk, shaping its tone and weathering its controversies. But his next career move took him all the way to north Africa

For years, Garrett Harte was the guiding hand behind Newstalk, shaping its tone and weathering its controversies. But his next career move took him all the way to north Africa

Christmas FM aims to raise €200k in aid of Temple Street

Christmas FM aims to raise €200k in aid of Temple Street

TV isn’t dying, it’s having babies, says former BBC marketing boss

TV isn’t dying, it’s having babies, says former BBC marketing boss

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Property developer is committed to helping Festival artists pull off ‘wild ideas’ as it underlines its support for the arts

An Garda Síochána emerged humiliated from RTÉ’s Maurice McCabe exposé

An Garda Síochána emerged humiliated from RTÉ’s Maurice McCabe exposé