Ireland three years behind Britain in new media, says podcast expert
Acast’s Scully says medium offers huge opportunity for marketers
Ireland is three years behind Britain when it comes to new media, according to the director of a Swedish firm, which has just opened an office in Dublin.
Micheál Scully said that his mission as a key account director for podcast network Acast was to educate Irish marketing firms.
The Irish programmes on the Acast network – The Blindboy Podcast, The 2 Johnnies, It Galz and the Irish History Podcast – have more...
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