Google Ireland’s Ruth McEntee says the Rugby World Cup will outstrip the five million web searches it had last time
No fixed date set for dividends as media group boss admits ‘the future of the business is still not secured’
FM104, 96FM and Talksport would be tasty leftovers in rumoured ITV buyout
Video clips have been deployed to sell records since the early 1980s. But in the internet age, they can be used to push almost any product imaginable
Comment: Down the years, the willingness of juries to award large sums to libel plaintiffs has had dreadful implications for freedom of speech in Ireland
Our libel laws are a theoretically attractive for foreign litigants but the expected deluge of cases has yet to materialise
Channel could be sold to Britain’s ITV as early as this week
A new work placement scheme by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Screen Training Ireland and TV3’s drama series Red Rock has been created for those who dream of lights, camera and action.
Cathal Gaffney, the founder of newly-sold animation studio Brown Bag Films, talks to Colette Sexton
Vloggers get advert guidelines
It would be cruel to compare Jeremy Clarkson to cheap supermarket lager, but that’s what he is for Jeff Bezos’s Amazon Prime Video: a loss leader
Chris Cashen, senior account manager, Carat
Newspapers continue to experience a decline in circulation, with an average drop of 4.4 per cent in the first half of 2015, the latest Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) report shows.