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Brown Bag wraps up €40m deal

Brown Bag wraps up €40m deal

Cathal Gaffney, the founder of newly-sold animation studio Brown Bag Films, talks to Colette Sexton

Inside Track

Inside Track

Vloggers get advert guidelines

Amazon paid top dollar for Top Gear team

Amazon paid top dollar for Top Gear team

It would be cruel to compare Jeremy Clarkson to cheap supermarket lager, but that’s what he is for Jeff Bezos’s Amazon Prime Video: a loss leader

This much I know

This much I know

Chris Cashen, senior account manager, Carat

Mixed results for Irish newspapers in ABC report

Mixed results for Irish newspapers in ABC report

Newspapers continue to experience a decline in circulation, with an average drop of 4.4 per cent in the first half of 2015, the latest Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) report shows.

Easter Rising film-maker ready for $1m funding round

Easter Rising film-maker ready for $1m funding round

Sports TV rights give Silva €45m payday

Sports TV rights give Silva €45m payday

International business tycoon Riccardo Silva paid himself €45 million in dividends for 2014 as a sole shareholder in Irish holding company Media Partners & Silva.

College Jumps Ahead with new ads

College Jumps Ahead with new ads

Griffith College has budgeted €100,000 to win students – and online is proving its top advertising medium.

RTE approached Little to run broadcaster’s online division

RTE approached Little to run broadcaster’s online division

Irish investor group buys into Pearl & Dean

Irish investor group buys into Pearl & Dean

A group of Irish investors have bought a 50 per cent stake in the British cinema advertising company.

Inside Track

Inside Track

The BAI is to showcase some of its funded work at this year's Culture Night on September 18.

Joe.co.uk makes rapid inroads into British market

Joe.co.uk makes rapid inroads into British market

The site has already reached 3.2m unique monthly viewers, according to chief executive Niall McGarry.

How other universities' brands shape up

How other universities' brands shape up

The National College of Ireland’s brand has been designed to emphasise the practicality of its courses.

Rose of Tralee lends bloom to ad revenues

Rose of Tralee lends bloom to ad revenues

RTE stands to make an estimated €180,000 from selling TV advertising during this year's Rose of Tralee.

Google’s name change pays off to tune of $20bn

Google’s name change pays off to tune of $20bn

The search engine giant's share price rose by 4% in the days after the announcement