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Increasing numbers are prepared to stump up for online services, which bodes well for those trying to make a digital living

Increasing numbers are prepared to stump up for online services, which bodes well for those trying to make a digital living

We all love free stuff on the internet, but for much of it to survive, we have to find a way to pay the people who produce it, writes Willie O'Reilly

Disruption everywhere is presenting opportunities, says Edelman boss

Disruption everywhere is presenting opportunities, says Edelman boss

PR agency sees turnover double to €6 million as communications landscape becomes more fragmented, writes Elaine O’Regan

Broadcasting heavyweight showing no signs of slowing down

Broadcasting heavyweight showing no signs of slowing down

Pat Kenny has always tested the limits of his talents and ability

Big up your brand

Big up your brand

A company’s brand is now considered one of its most important assets, but Irish companies have been slow to invest in developing theirs

Today, exactly halfway through 2019, is a good time to review the big media stories of the year. Here are my top five

Today, exactly halfway through 2019, is a good time to review the big media stories of the year. Here are my top five

Misery in Montrose: RTÉ's funding crisis

Misery in Montrose: RTÉ's funding crisis

With a deficit of €13 million, the national broadcaster faces an ongoing funding crisis, and none of the options put forward to solve it will be popular

Love Island's shallowness has its winning simplicity

Love Island's shallowness has its winning simplicity

It’s essentially a David Attenborough mating documentary with thongs. But Love Island is simply too popular to ignore

Pharma sector finds innovative ways to tell its story

Pharma sector finds innovative ways to tell its story

Vintners take to social media to entice millennials back to the pubs

Vintners take to social media to entice millennials back to the pubs

Putting the country on the world stage

Putting the country on the world stage

Undaunted by last year’s Project Ireland 2040 controversy, John Concannon is leading Ireland’s campaign for a seat on the UN Security Council in 2021

Podcasting is the new gold rush, but most hopefuls will make no money

Podcasting is the new gold rush, but most hopefuls will make no money

The latest outbreak of podcast fever fails to recognise the cost of making quality audio or engaging an audience to compete with radio. This bubble will burst

Twitter’s importance as a channel for trusted news sources continues to grow

Twitter’s importance as a channel for trusted news sources continues to grow

Equality can wait – RTÉ won’t risk its cash cow

Equality can wait – RTÉ won’t risk its cash cow

Ryan Tubridy speculated that the next presenter of The Late Late Show would be a woman. But change will not come soon to this male bastion

Reopening some old doors to highlight homelessness

Reopening some old doors to highlight homelessness

Ad agencies feel the heat from climate change activists

Ad agencies feel the heat from climate change activists

The marketeers have the power to alter our habits – and they are being urged to stop selling us things we don’t need