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Media Matters Podcast: Martina Byrne of the PRII

Media Matters Podcast: Martina Byrne of the PRII

Colette Sexton is joined by Martina Byrne, chief executive of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland, who talks about how the PR industry is changing

Sweet like chocolate: Lily O'Briens new €4m campaign

Sweet like chocolate: Lily O'Briens new €4m campaign

Figuring out the market

Figuring out the market

The Irish advertising market is difficult to measure, while Brexit and general uncertainty continue to hold it back

AI doesn't spell the end for journalism

AI doesn't spell the end for journalism

While AI anchors might make those of us currently in the media industry feel very uneasy, the truth is that no job is safe from automation

For years, Garrett Harte was the guiding hand behind Newstalk, shaping its tone and weathering its controversies. But his next career move took him all the way to north Africa

For years, Garrett Harte was the guiding hand behind Newstalk, shaping its tone and weathering its controversies. But his next career move took him all the way to north Africa

Christmas FM aims to raise €200k in aid of Temple Street

Christmas FM aims to raise €200k in aid of Temple Street

TV isn’t dying, it’s having babies, says former BBC marketing boss

TV isn’t dying, it’s having babies, says former BBC marketing boss

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Property developer is committed to helping Festival artists pull off ‘wild ideas’ as it underlines its support for the arts

An Garda Síochána emerged humiliated from RTÉ’s Maurice McCabe exposé

An Garda Síochána emerged humiliated from RTÉ’s Maurice McCabe exposé

Profile of Stan Lee: Marvel Man

Profile of Stan Lee: Marvel Man

Spider-Man, The Avengers, The Incredible Hulk, The Fantastic Four and X-Men have proved global box office gold, and, with his quirky penchant for making fleeting cameos in the live action features, ensured Lee’s iconic status in pop culture

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

The property developer Ballymore is committed to helping festival artists pull off ‘wild ideas’ as it underlines its support for the arts

An Garda Síochána emerged humiliated from RTÉ’s Maurice McCabe exposé

An Garda Síochána emerged humiliated from RTÉ’s Maurice McCabe exposé

It was powerful and moving television, and a credit to its publisher and producers. The story has been in the public domain for years, but the careful editing and the McCabes’ testimony gave it a new emotional force, that of outrage

Drop tears from Christmas ads

Drop tears from Christmas ads

Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy and cheer, but in recent years the trend for festive ads has been to pull on our heart strings

Intercom creating a buzz with clever use of content marketing

Intercom creating a buzz with clever use of content marketing

Tailored blogs and podcasts have helped customer messaging start-up reach €1.2 billion valuation

Media veteran Graham Taylor on stingy fees, the impersonal touch and taking social media with a pinch of salt

Media veteran Graham Taylor on stingy fees, the impersonal touch and taking social media with a pinch of salt

For 35 years Taylor showed that being small can be beautiful and that you can run a successful business without being always concerned about scale