The final frame of Newstalk’s original ‘Don’t Hold Back’ ad, which was rejected by RTÉ Television because it contained a call-to-action from a rival.

Radio station submits new version of TV spot after original was rejected last year

Julianne Moore accepts her Academy Award. ‘Political acceptance speeches are supposed to be the anomalies that keep the ceremony honest. They’re not supposed to define the night.’ Photograph: Christopher Polk/Getty Images

Hollywood adores an ‘integrated solution’, but Oscars tension shows it losing its touch

TV3’s Colette Fitzpatrick (right) with students on the ‘Debate Week’ set at the National Film School in the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology (IADT)

TV3’s sister channel is warming up for a week of burning issues

Ronan O’Loughlin, commercial director of Digitize. Photograph: Jason Clarke

More brands are targeting young people via ads on the music streaming service

 Sandra McKenna and Cormac McKenna, husband-and-wife co-founders of Sheology  Digital. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The company behind Shemazing.net says it can ‘guarantee’ target market for ads

The ‘Game of Thrones’ logo is projected on to the Guildhall in London. The fifth season will premiere at the Tower of London next month. Photograph: Ian West / PA

The sales tally for the HBO drama is even higher than its fourth-season death count

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The print circulation of all the main titles retreated again, continuing a trend that dates back to 2007. Photograph: Alan Betson

Losses at UK-published titles exceed those recorded by Irish-owned newspapers

Some 80 per cent of the readership of ‘The Irish Times’ belongs to the ABC1 social group that advertisers deem an attractive target. Photograph: David Sleator

Growing online audience will offset fall in print sales, says NNI

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