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Post bucks the trend with rise of readership

Post bucks the trend with rise of readership

The Sunday Business Post was the only Sunday newspaper to increase its print readership since the last JNRS survey was conducted.

The magazine that bucks all trends

The magazine that bucks all trends

The Economist has just made a £60m operating profit. Sales are robust and its digital offering is thriving. What is the secret of its success?

Free cars for Leinster Rugby squad from Windsor Motors

Free cars for Leinster Rugby squad from Windsor Motors

Players and coaching staff able to choose own cars via sponsorship deal

This Much I Know

This Much I Know

How much progress has the industry really made in recent years?

Tourism Ireland aims to put boots on the ground in China and India

Tourism Ireland aims to put boots on the ground in China and India

More active than ever on digital media, Tourism Ireland is seeking more funding in the next budget

Anchor’s away, so what now?

Anchor’s away, so what now?

2FM’s listenership is rising. But with Ryan Tubridy about to leave, it has no big-name anchor. So what does its future hold?

Inside Track

Inside Track

The latest happenings in the media world.

Ray D’Arcy TV show seeks €450,000 sponsorship

Ray D’Arcy TV show seeks €450,000 sponsorship

This much I know

This much I know

Aaron Chalke, experience producer, Media Works

Radio daze

Radio daze

While Irish radio stations focus on JNLR numbers, they would be foolish to ignore the arrival of international tech giants such as Apple and Spotify

Newstalk aims to poach RTE’s weekend listeners

Newstalk aims to poach RTE’s weekend listeners

The station aims to win greater audience share with a new Sunday show while also increasing its female presence

Inside Track

Inside Track

Tubridy returns to Radio 1 after five-year absence

Tubridy returns to Radio 1 after five-year absence

Facebook is still the top social media dog

Facebook is still the top social media dog

Facebook has crossed over into the mainstream and could be included in the more traditional methods of advertising

Meaningless statistics undermine marketing

Meaningless statistics undermine marketing

Marketers use some meaningless statistics to prove their work has worth – and that’s why many people don’t understand their value