The Institute of Creative Advertising and Design’s Upstarts programme offers participants an intensive six-week in-agency mentoring programme with an exhibition of their work at the end as part of Design Week 2015

Would-be high-flying creatives have just two weeks to get their entries in for the Institute of Creative Advertising and Design’s Upstarts programme. (...)

‘I’d like to buy the world a treat that doesn’t cause disease’: a still from the Centre for Science in the Public Interest video.

First get “Hilltop” – arguably the most famous television advertisement ever made – into your head. It shouldn’t be that difficult: the 1971 ad for Co(...)

Rotho’s ‘A Shred of Decency’ campaign involved making confetti from ‘negative and dishonest’ leaflets distributed by some sections of the No side.

Dublin agency Rothco had a very good Cannes – winning a bronze in the “crisis communications and issues management” category of the top festival of ad(...)

‘The pre-launch advertising campaign shouted about the station having Ant & Dec and Mr Selfridge – fine, except we already had them.’ Photograph: David Venni

At UTV Ireland they probably don’t want to be reminded of the teatime news bulletin of Monday, June 22nd. That day the news slot drew an audience of j(...)

RTÉ has announced that the John Murray Show on Radio One will end next Friday with journalist Brendan O’Connor replacing the broadcaster for the month(...)

A hit with the ladies: the late Tony Ryan. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Stories of Tony Ryan’s tough management style are legendary, and they come thick and fast in Ryan: A Legacy (RTÉ One, Tuesday), David Murphy’s insight(...)

The launch of the first of five houses in the new Manorglen Properties development in Dartry is bound to attract good interest. Not least because of i(...)

You often see small ads in this newspaper where house hunters specify that they want a house in a particular location, and you might wonder what ha(...)

There can’t be many people who haven’t checked out online reviews before buying something pricey or booking a hotel

Check it out online first: it’s a like a mantra for consumers, the sort of sensible-sounding advice that crops up in personal-finance columns all the (...)

TV3 rugby panelist and former Ireland captain Keith Wood. The station has secured the rights to the Rugby World Cup. Photograph: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

It seems a little early for autumn launches but yesterday TV3 set out its stall to advertisers. “We’re borrowing from the American model of ‘upfronts(...)