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Publicis rolls out €2m Bord Gáis Energy ad campaign

Publicis rolls out €2m Bord Gáis Energy ad campaign

Through-the-line campaign aims to have consumers thinking about the energy provider before competitors

British prime minister exposes his disdain for privacy

British prime minister exposes his disdain for privacy

Jane Ruffino: British prime minister David Cameron’s call for governments to have wider access to encrypted communications exposes his disdain for privacy. We should be very concerned

Netflix users could be blocked for viewing restricted content infringement

Netflix users could be blocked for viewing restricted content infringement

Some Netflix users in Ireland have found ways to access content unavailable here, but the streaming service may be about to clamp down on that kind of activity

Newstalk’s ratings on the rise thanks to the ‘Pat effect’

Newstalk’s ratings on the rise thanks to the ‘Pat effect’

On the Spot: Fiona Hampton

On the Spot: Fiona Hampton

Steve Dempsey: Investors go Dutch with pick ’n’ mix for journalism

Steve Dempsey: Investors go Dutch with pick ’n’ mix for journalism

An Post ‘abused dominant position’

An Post ‘abused dominant position’

Irish photography magazine nominated for major award

Irish photography magazine nominated for major award

A different ball game: giving science a sporting chance

A different ball game: giving science a sporting chance

Surprisingly, Jamie Heaslip’s first love wasn’t rugby, but science. It’s a passion that has prompted him to step forward as an ambassador for National Science Week, writes Catherine Murphy

High hopes for 2015 after denting of silver screen

High hopes for 2015 after denting of silver screen

This much I know

This much I know

This week

This week

Majority of adults prefer to watch TV series on the box

Majority of adults prefer to watch TV series on the box

RTE looking for talent to front SwipeTV project

RTE looking for talent to front SwipeTV project

Sky hopes GAA fans will stay onside to see off competition

Sky hopes GAA fans will stay onside to see off competition

With English Premier League rights up for grabs, the station hopes its customer numbers will work in its favour