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INM’s best hope is to go private

INM’s best hope is to go private

Struggling Indo can be saved by owners with vision – like the venture capitalists who turned around the Radio Times

Despite his PR blitz, Zuckerberg is still a hard man to pin down

Despite his PR blitz, Zuckerberg is still a hard man to pin down

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg spoke largely off the record during his Irish visit last week, and doubts remain over his willingness to be formally questioned by governments, writes Emmet Ryan

Redefining the concept of creativity in adland

Redefining the concept of creativity in adland

TBWA’s Deirdre Waldron says ‘being creative is taking anything from inside your head and doing it’

Allianz taps Irish history for ad drive

Allianz taps Irish history for ad drive

The insurance company Allianz is using a 1966 speech by the then education minister Donogh O’Malley in its latest campaign

Virgin Media to run personalised TV ads   in bid to ‘fight back’

Virgin Media to run personalised TV ads in bid to ‘fight back’

Zamparelli is the latest throw of 2FM’s dice

Zamparelli is the latest throw of 2FM’s dice

A new old face is hoping to turn around 2FM’s mid-morning slump

British partnership comforts Shinawil in shadow of Brexit

British partnership comforts Shinawil in shadow of Brexit

Larry Bass and his company are preparing for Britain’s exit from the EU by teaming up with a London production outfit

Our heritage sites are stuck in the past – the OPW needs to raise its game

Our heritage sites are stuck in the past – the OPW needs to raise its game

The Office of Public Works looks after Ireland’s national monuments and historic properties. Some of its silverware needs polishing.

Economist cracks the digital code

Economist cracks the digital code

For a golden oldie, the venerable London-based Economist magazine is adapting to the online era with impressive grace and speed

What we can and should do to sustain print journalism

What we can and should do to sustain print journalism

State aid for local newspapers is not a runner. But there are measures the Irish government can take that don’t blur the divide with the fourth estate

Galway-based Moetion Films budgets €7.6 million for new animated feature

Galway-based Moetion Films budgets €7.6 million for new animated feature

The small screen is still a big player

The small screen is still a big player

Marketers ignore television at their peril, says academic Karen Nelson-Field

Portrayals of gay men in top Oscar contenders might have provoked controversy in years gone by. That it has gone unremarked is itself remarkable

Portrayals of gay men in top Oscar contenders might have provoked controversy in years gone by. That it has gone unremarked is itself remarkable

Abandon hope all ye who log in here

Abandon hope all ye who log in here

It’s hard to avoid the anger and abuse on Twitter. But it remains a great window on the world

Broadcasting for the future

Broadcasting for the future

Audio-visual firm Ion Solutions has always stayed ahead of the curve on technological developments, an approach which helped it win the contract for RTÉ’s new €1.4 million news studio