Planet Business

This week: ‘Milka-Cola’, Napoleon’s hair, Paris at Christmas and look at the size of Apple

Host Graham Norton during filming for “The Graham Norton Show” in London. Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Be lucky, listen to Wogan and don’t front television shows you wouldn’t watch yourself

Brian Fallon, chief executive of Journal Media and co-founder of Distilled Media’s Daft.ie. Photograph: Alan Betson

The company behind TheJournal.ie wants to double users in Ireland and attract international readers

Irish Design 2015 is seeking proposals for a public relations plan to help it communicate “the essence of Irish design”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Plan should reflect themes of ‘sense of place, sustainability, creativity and well-being’

RTÉ 2fm presenters Jenny Greene  and Nicky Byrne.

German discount retailer has signed a six-figure, 14-month deal with RTÉ

RTÉ chairwoman Moya Doherty: “There are too many crows for us to handle.” Photograph: Frank Miller

Moya Doherty all too familiar with consequences of competitive media landscape

Planet Business

This week: Exploding airbags, perishing Christmas trees and a deflating euro zone

 The X Factor:  viewers who up until now could choose between UTV and TV3 may find that the latter has become their only option for programmes such as The X Factor

Broadcaster says it is ‘feeling good’ about new shows and time-shift channel

RTÉ Television managing director Glen Killane: “The only thing that’s dragged me away from RTÉ is House of Cards.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Head of RTÉ TV Glen Killane talks ‘Love/Hate’, budget squeezes and digital viewing

More articles