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The Guardian's turnaround offers lessons for print industry

The Guardian's turnaround offers lessons for print industry

The Guardian's strategy of financing its journalism through donations is expected to almost halve its losses this year as it moves to a tabloid format

Are you thinking of aligning your brand with a social cause?

Are you thinking of aligning your brand with a social cause?

If so, learn from the successes – and mistakes – of others

Busy Irish film industry getting in on the action

Busy Irish film industry getting in on the action

2018 looks set to be another hectic year for the Irish film and television industry

Inside Track

Inside Track

Setting value, getting paid

Setting value, getting paid

The new head of the trade group for Irish advertising professionals says the industry needs to foster the next generation, and understand the true value of its work

Gridiron losing its grip?

Gridiron losing its grip?

The NFL dominated US TV last year, with Donald Trump and the Oscars trailing in its wake. But its viewing figures are on the slide

Cinema ad company Pearl and Dean makes a comeback

Cinema ad company Pearl and Dean makes a comeback

The company nearly doubled its profit before tax in 2016, a huge turnaround after it was sold for just £1 in 2010

Digital institute readies new business model after €26m investment

Digital institute readies new business model after €26m investment

Aaron McKenna, managing director of the Digital Marketing Institute, said the new model will provide the company, which offers digital marketing training, with recurring revenue

Media Matters Podcast: Rhona Blake on PR

Media Matters Podcast: Rhona Blake on PR

Colette Sexton is joined by Rhona Blake, managing director of FleishmanHillard Ireland

Media and Marketing: The shape of things to come

Media and Marketing: The shape of things to come

Industry experts peek into their crystal balls to give Colette Sexton their predictions about what the year ahead might hold in media and marketing

A year of big deals and boardroom bust-ups

A year of big deals and boardroom bust-ups

It’s been a non-stop year for news in the media and marketing industry: from huge acquisitions to very public falling-outs, 2017 had it all. Colette Sexton looks back at what made the headlines

Radio static: Digital delay hurting Irish stations

Radio static: Digital delay hurting Irish stations

Despite RTÉ’s efforts, DAB will continue to be on the periphery of Irish life until commercial stations start using it

Brew of mother’s ruin

Brew of mother’s ruin

Launched in November for the Christmas market, Blackwater Barry’s Tea Irish Gin has quickly become a festive favourite

Inside track

Inside track

Tipperary Crystal campaign, Supermac's €500k for Trócaire and new An Post offer

Albums a harder sell despite vinyl resurgence

Albums a harder sell despite vinyl resurgence

Music fans have grown up leaving filler on the digital shelf and killer playlists on shuffle. No wonder they’re slow to buy albums