Willie O’Reilly: Why Trump’s exit could be bad news for media profits
Consumption of the ‘quality press’ was in steep decline but newspapers such as the New York Times and Washington Post effectively became the opposition to his government
Joe Biden is now president-elect of the United States, having closed out his victory with 306 electoral college votes. Someone just needs to tell the incumbent.
Donald Trump will be missed when he eventually goes. Perhaps not by many, but by a few. I’m thinking particularly of those for whom the business of media keeps them awake at night. Those who worry about paying rents, journalists salaries, digital subscription numbers, dwell times or even shareholder dividends....
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Willie O’Reilly: RTÉ blunder sets a bad benchmark for future transgressions
Calling out the broadcaster’s non-compliance with Covid restrictions at retirement ‘do’ is correct. But we should learn from it and move beyond it, quickly
Dublin buildings and streets to host The Best of Us exhibition
ICAD’s citywide public exhibition, showcasing work of Ireland’s design and advertising community, will feature projections onto buildings, digital billboards and more
Media matters: Kinetic looks to brighten the world outdoors for the Christmas splurge
The agency’s campaign for Zalando is using street murals and bus shelter ads as research reveals the power of the local audience, as well as an expected increase in city centre footfall