As International Women’s Day is celebrated, a survey on workplace equality shows that Irish business has a way to go to catch up to other OECD countries, writes Sandra Lawler.
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The new online ‘freemium’ TV service launched by RTÉ targets emigrants who left Ireland more than ten years ago.
After a decade in public relations, Vincent Wall tells Colette Sexton he missed the ‘buzz of broadcasting’
Ireland’s largest ever free-standing sign has been erected in Dublin’s Point Village Shopping Centre. The 50 foot by 11 foot sign, which required local authority planning approval, will promote the centre.
Steve Dempsey: Online upstarts like Vice are trying their hand at TV-style programming, with mixed results so far
Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings recently announced that internet TV would probably replace broadcast TV by 2030. Hastings likened broadcast TV to the horse – a pretty good mode of transport until cars arrived. Of course he would say that, but h
Antonia McTaggart, account director, Javelin Advertising.
Dave Winterlich, managing director of Carat, the media planning and buying specialist.
Kilkenny-based animation studio Cartoon Saloon could pick up an Academy Award tonight for Irish fairytale Song of the Sea, writes Colette Sexton.
Steve Dempsey: The truth isn’t out there: how online media is struggling with unchecked viral content
Remember Tony Hart, the BBC children’s art show presenter from the 1950s until the late 90s? Well, he was big news on social media last week when it was reported that he had died. But there was a problem with the rumour. No, he wasn’t alive and well: