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Hitler hilarity shows there’s no limits on taste

Hitler hilarity shows there’s no limits on taste

From Charlie Chaplin to the BBC, the creative community has long been fascinated by World War II

Keeping it grounded is the key to Ploughing’s success

Keeping it grounded is the key to Ploughing’s success

The National Ploughing Championships, now a huge international event, expects to greet a quarter of a million guests this year

Free rent for one lucky student as Boojum puts focus on price hikes

Free rent for one lucky student as Boojum puts focus on price hikes

Almost half of burrito firm’s employees are students and accommodation is ‘one of the biggest issues’

All hands on the media deck for Brexit endgame

All hands on the media deck for Brexit endgame

The horror show in Westminster is turning everything it touches into a frenzy, and the media coverage is no exception

The journey continues for Three’s ‘most connected’ island campaign

The journey continues for Three’s ‘most connected’ island campaign

The launch of the second phase of telecoms company Three’s Arranmore project includes internet of things initiatives designed to help the island’s fisherman

Grafton’s €5 million rebrand aims to bring it all under one roof

Grafton’s €5 million rebrand aims to bring it all under one roof

Irish advertisers count cost of competing with FAANGs

Irish advertisers count cost of competing with FAANGs

Irish creative agencies competing with major online players like Facebook and Google for crucial digital talent are facing an uphill battle, new research has found

Entitled millennials lead backlash against TV licence fee

Entitled millennials lead backlash against TV licence fee

Older people are used to getting what they pay for. The young pay sweet FA. How to convince them of RTE’s value?

Whiskey giant toasts Generation X’s taste for finer things as premium brands soar

Whiskey giant toasts Generation X’s taste for finer things as premium brands soar

The future of the sector in Ireland is bright if makers here continue to focus on quality rather than quantity, says the chief executive of Jameson’s owner Irish Distillers

Beattie ready to bring its ‘collective force’ to the Irish market

Beattie ready to bring its ‘collective force’ to the Irish market

Beattie is one of Britain’s largest integrated communications agencies, with offices in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow employing 130 people

RTÉ needs to open new channels with government

RTÉ needs to open new channels with government

The national broadcaster can’t keep fulfilling the same responsibilities with less money, so a better relationship with Fine Gael is key

Guinness gets a kick out of Japanese women rugby players’ historic victory

Guinness gets a kick out of Japanese women rugby players’ historic victory

Inspiring true stories are supplying the famous stout with memorable commercials

Sports website must learn the rules of engagement

Sports website must learn the rules of engagement

The Athletic scored an own goal when its co-founder gave a now-infamous interview in the US. As the website launches in Britain, it needs to change its tone and lose its ‘tech bro’ image

Are you experienced?

Are you experienced?

Once seen as an add-on to traditional campaigns, experiential marketing is becoming increasingly important in its own right

Why ‘Lone Gunmen’ are never really alone

Why ‘Lone Gunmen’ are never really alone

People who see themselves as defenders of a twisted vision of American society find like minds on websites peddling hatred