Work at Ashford Studios, which has hosted shows like Vikings, could create hundreds of jobs.
Marketers will spend almost a billion euro on ads this year, according to Core Media.
The six-year-old data analytics company helps media firms find what’s trending online.
Wicklow’s Ardmore Studios, previously home to films like Michael Collins, is up for sale.
A new bill would make it harder for solvent firms to wind up their pension schemes.
The company’s boss today said the business model for newspapers was ‘broken’.
The project will be a joint venture between Cartoon Saloon and Canada’s Mercury Filmworks.
The paper said the sale would give it ‘a foothold’ in Ireland.
The state broadcaster previously announced it would no longer do the work in-house.
Sky was accused of using its ‘dominant market position’ to get its way.
The CCPC has launched a full investigation into the sector.
The 20-acre proposal for Dublin Bay wasn’t mentioned in a key scheme for the area.
As part of our How My Business Works series we profile classic rock station Radio Nova.
Retro Patents is a side project for the Irish men, who sold their company to Spotify last year.
But the Irish Film Board again called for more funding, saying it needs at least €20m.
Overcast plans to hire 70 people with the extra funding.
The website is owned by Leo Sherlock who runs the operation as a sole trader.
The ex-tánaiste will be providing ‘strategic counsel’ to clients of Hanover Communications.
GamerCon will bring 20,000 gamers to the capital before going to London, Berlin and Madrid.
Retail Ireland says the weak pound has knocked up to 15% off the value of some stocks.