The marketing practices of social media stars have been in the spotlight recently.
A recent Reuters report showed that podcasts are much more popular in Ireland than most EU states.
Over 100 objections have been made to the ads watchdog about social media stars and bloggers.
The betting group removed its post from social media following a complaint to the ASAI.
A backlog in Revenue is having a knock-on effect for production companies.
Virgin Media Television has secured the rights for a number of sports tournaments in recent years.
The discount retailer ran its ‘Elf Behaving Badly’ online ads on the basis that Irish people ‘like to laugh’.
The ads watchdog upheld a complaint about social media posts by Rosie Connolly and Rimmel.
Ian Kehoe announced in a rare tweet that it was ‘a privilege’ to work for the title.
The drink is selling well in off-licences – but pubs are a challenge.
Here’s what businesses need to keep in mind when hiring a public relations expert.
Niall Harbison is leaving the media group he set up in 2011.
Rob Hudnut spent nearly two decades producing movies and TV shows for toymaker Mattel.
ShinAwil CEO Larry Bass talks about what it takes to make it in the TV industry.
Marketing firm Outset said it has been ‘frustrated’ by the planning process.
Changes to the ePrivacy directive will come hot on the heels of GDPR.
The News Corp-owned company continues to lose money but is hiring more staff.
MediaHQ and All Good Tales CEO Jack Murray also talks about quitting social media apps.
Ducking for cover in the midst of a media storm isn’t a communications strategy – it’s a stop-gap.
The trust that owns the weekly newspaper is also battling with ‘major changes’ in media.