We might all come together to agree that the winner of the long-haul holiday with €20,000 spending money on The Late Late Show, anchored by the  ebullient Ryan Tubridy, did not deserve it half as much as us. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

RTÉ wants to know if I want to contribute to its “guiding set of principles”. Actually, it’s inviting everybody to do this. A few weeks ago it publish(...)

Red Rock: the Garda soap goes out at 9.30pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays on TV3+1, which has been added to the Sky platform

TV3’s “plus one” channel, TV3+1, has been added to the Sky television platform, the largest in Ireland, on channel 117. This means a one-hour delayed (...)

Conor McGregor, mixed martial arts specialist and star of RTÉ’s The Notorious, a six-part series tipped for international sales

The Palais des Festivals in Cannes will once again play host to the MIPTV television marketplace next week, and one of RTÉ’s high hopes for racking up(...)

Google algorithm: will reward mobile-friendly sites with a higher search ranking. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Wire

The countdown is on to a change in the Google algorithm that will reward mobile-friendly sites with a higher search ranking – pushing those that aren’(...)

‘Poldark’ star Aidan Turner on the cover of the April-May issue of ‘Cara’

Aer Lingus’s in-flight magazine Cara has expanded its business coverage to keep people travelling for work not pleasure occupied mid-air. Image Public(...)

A link on the Asos site leads to a short game to create an itinerary for a trip to Dublin or Belfast

Tourism Ireland is advertising city breaks in Dublin and Belfast to the 8 million British shoppers who use fashion and beauty site Asos.Building on wh(...)

The production team work on the new Bulmers television ad ‘Not a Moment Too Soon’ which was filmed in Dublin, Wicklow and Clare

C&C’s Bulmers cider brand has returned to television advertising with a new time-themed campaign called “Not a Moment Too Soon”. The ad is “a retu(...)

‘Labour leader Ed Miliband describes the 1.8 million zero-hour contracts in the UK economy as an “epidemic” and promises voters he will limit their usage to a three-month period, after which the employer will be required to offer a regular contract.’ Above,  Miliband at a visit to  engineering company David Brown Gear Systems in Hudderdfield, northern England,  last week. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images

You have to wonder how interviews for internal promotions play out at Dunnes Stores. “Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?” Confused pause. (...)

‘The Works’ presenter John Kelly (second-left) with the original line-up of reporters on the RTÉ show, Sinéad Gleeson, Nadine O’Regan and Kevin Gildea.

RTÉ One’s flagship arts show The Works is to end in its current form and will be “reformatted” in the autumn “as part of ongoing refreshment of the RT(...)

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Image of the week: Welcome signs A sign reading “This business serves everyone” is placed in the window of Bernadette’s Barbershop in downtown (...)