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Shortlisted candidates Jess Majekodunmi and Dee Colgan, IAPI Doyenne Award winner Gemma Teeling (account director, PHD Ireland) and shortlisted candidate Lynne Brennan Shortlisted candidates Jess Majekodunmi and Dee Colgan, award-winner Gemma Teeling (account director PHD Ireland) and shortlisted candidate Lynne Brennan

IAPI awards aim to raise visibility of women with leadership potential within industry

‘Woman’s Weekly’ editor Diane Kenwood spoke at the launch of the Magazines Ireland Editors’ Forum in the Mansion House, Dublin.

Training and networking opportunities will be available to members of new editors’ forum

If Sepp Blatter and Fifa go through with the proposal to play the 2022 World Cup in  the winter, it could see UK TV revenue rise from £38 million to £50 million. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA Wire.

Zenith Optimedia says greater viewing figures and advertising could see windfall

Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy will be playing at this year’s Masters in Augusta, which will be shown on the Sky Sports channels on Eircom’s TV offering eVision. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

EVision will now be able to put up a bigger challenge to larger rivals UPC and Sky

Ryan Tubridy, who fronts the campaign for sign-ups for RTÉ’s international Player app because of the popularity and recognisability of the Late Late Show brand among “the global Irish”, who form the key target market

RTÉ’s new app allows the ‘global Irish’ watch the Late Late, Love/Hate and more - at a price

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