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So much more than the housewives’ choice

So much more than the housewives’ choice

Endlessly taking the pulse of the nation and letting the story be told, Gay Byrne was a singular presence in Irish daily life

Putting the printed article into words

Putting the printed article into words

Dublin start-up Noa News creates audio versions of written articles. Now it’s hoping to sign up more big-name publishers

Dramatic gains help Sky beat betting blues

Dramatic gains help Sky beat betting blues

Shows like Chernobyl and Succession are helping Sky through the bad times

Circle K raises its game for Team Ireland

Circle K raises its game for Team Ireland

Forecourt retailer’s campaign allows customers to donate to olympic and paralympic athletes

Time to ring the changes and silence the Angelus

Time to ring the changes and silence the Angelus

Some years ago, I spurned my one and only chance to help switch off RTÉ’s twice-daily bells, but I still think they should go

Drury Porter Novelli rebrand offers a ‘one-stop shop’

Drury Porter Novelli rebrand offers a ‘one-stop shop’

Drury Porter Novelli has launched a rebranded digital and consumer offering in response to changing demand

Ready to keep oop with the VSCO kids?

Ready to keep oop with the VSCO kids?

Move over, millennials: there’s a new demographic in town. They’re young, wear big jumpers and are armed with hydro flasks

Books, albums,  live shows - Pablo is set to go global

Books, albums, live shows - Pablo is set to go global

Pablo first aired in 2017 with an all-autistic cast led by 13-year-old Northern Irish actor Jake Williamson

Guardian hoping to double its audience with butterfly effect

Guardian hoping to double its audience with butterfly effect

The British news giant aims to reach a worldwide paying readership of two million by 2022

Initiative brings female writers and directors together to kick down barriers

Initiative brings female writers and directors together to kick down barriers

Irish film and television producer Katie Holly is determined to redress the gender imbalance in Ireland’s creative sector

It’s Strictly, cake and crisps that keep love flowing for the Beeb

It’s Strictly, cake and crisps that keep love flowing for the Beeb

The pay channels may have filched most of the big sporting events, but the BBC still has its sequins

Ignore the mood music about Lyric’s final movement

Ignore the mood music about Lyric’s final movement

For all the brouhaha over RTÉ Lyric FM’s future, the reality is that the station is very unlikely to bite the dust any time soon

‘I got into radio as a hobby, and I was lucky enough to make a career out of it’

‘I got into radio as a hobby, and I was lucky enough to make a career out of it’

Radio Kerry chief executive Paul Byrne is predicting some major changes to the industry as he walks away from the medium he loves

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