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.
The Dublin-based station has recently run test broadcasts in other parts of the country.
Religious publisher Veritas has slipped into the red, and losses continued to mount last year.
From It’s A Wonderful Life to Elf, festive films don’t tend to be fond of the corporate world.
The head of the Gaiety Theatre says the annual event is the venue’s ‘foundation’.
Marketing guru Pat Kinsley says consumers are prime targets at this time of year.
The company owns many of Ireland’s biggest radio stations, including Newstalk and Today FM.
A government taskforce announced a list of actions to roll out the long-delayed National Broadband Plan.
The Mayo television station recently lost the support of its multimillionaire backer John Griffin.
Circulate has managed online marketing for acts like Faithless and Jonas Blue.
The tie-up still needs to be cleared by regulators.
The service will be available to Irish customers for €2.99 a month for the first six months.
Defined benefit pension schemes are a ticking time bomb.
Health campaigners have called for tighter rules to be introduced in Ireland.
The Breadwinner is being co-produced by Kilkenny-based animation studio Cartoon Saloon.