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RTE approached Little to run broadcaster’s online division

RTE approached Little to run broadcaster’s online division

Irish investor group buys into Pearl & Dean

Irish investor group buys into Pearl & Dean

A group of Irish investors have bought a 50 per cent stake in the British cinema advertising company.

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Inside Track

The BAI is to showcase some of its funded work at this year's Culture Night on September 18.

Joe.co.uk makes rapid inroads into British market

Joe.co.uk makes rapid inroads into British market

The site has already reached 3.2m unique monthly viewers, according to chief executive Niall McGarry.

How other universities' brands shape up

How other universities' brands shape up

The National College of Ireland’s brand has been designed to emphasise the practicality of its courses.

Rose of Tralee lends bloom to ad revenues

Rose of Tralee lends bloom to ad revenues

RTE stands to make an estimated €180,000 from selling TV advertising during this year's Rose of Tralee.

Google’s name change pays off to tune of $20bn

Google’s name change pays off to tune of $20bn

The search engine giant's share price rose by 4% in the days after the announcement

Post bucks the trend with rise of readership

Post bucks the trend with rise of readership

The Sunday Business Post was the only Sunday newspaper to increase its print readership since the last JNRS survey was conducted.

The magazine that bucks all trends

The magazine that bucks all trends

The Economist has just made a £60m operating profit. Sales are robust and its digital offering is thriving. What is the secret of its success?

Free cars for Leinster Rugby squad from Windsor Motors

Free cars for Leinster Rugby squad from Windsor Motors

Players and coaching staff able to choose own cars via sponsorship deal

This Much I Know

This Much I Know

How much progress has the industry really made in recent years?

Tourism Ireland aims to put boots on the ground in China and India

Tourism Ireland aims to put boots on the ground in China and India

More active than ever on digital media, Tourism Ireland is seeking more funding in the next budget

Anchor’s away, so what now?

Anchor’s away, so what now?

2FM’s listenership is rising. But with Ryan Tubridy about to leave, it has no big-name anchor. So what does its future hold?

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Ray D’Arcy TV show seeks €450,000 sponsorship

Ray D’Arcy TV show seeks €450,000 sponsorship