Brian Fallon, co-founder of Journal Media, in the publisher’s offices in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Journal Media, the company behind digital news publisher the Journal, is planning a new business app that will have a focus on small and medium enterp(...)

Sinead Troy, general manager of IASCA and DMDS Ireland: ‘Radio is as important as it ever was.”

Radio stations in Ireland will soon be testing a new system of receiving music from independent Irish artists following an agreement between music wri(...)

A still from the new campaign for Brennans Bread, one of Ireland’s biggest grocery brands

Wake up and smell the dough . . . A new television ad for Brennans Bread designed to show the dedication of “unsung heroes” centres on atmospheric sce(...)

Keri Russell (left) and Matthew Rhys star as Soviet spies in FX Networks show ‘The Americans’.

The idea that there is “too much TV” will seem like heresy to anyone who grew up in an era when the amount of available TV was so finite it was possib(...)

Mindshare Dublin managing director Emma O’Doherty in ‘The Loop’, its adaptive marketing ‘war room’.

Inside Mindshare’s advertising “war room”, The Loop, there are eight screens tracking social media activity and a large table intended for ultra-fa(...)

Renault Ireland is the new sponsor of The Late Late Show, following Sky Broadband’s decision not to renew its deal for a third year. Renault is under(...)

Business jets  at the Latin American Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (Labace) in Sao Paulo, Brazil
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In numbers: Sliced bread is toast 5 Percentage drop in UK bread sales last year, with another 4 per cent decline expected this year, according to rese(...)

There is pressure of a different kind on the only two post-watershed dramas on the schedule: Clean Break is notable for being the first RTÉ drama in some time to be set in a small town, while Rebellion has obvious “national conversation” credentials. Photograph: Patrick Redmond

Ryan Tubridy, hosting RTÉ One’s season launch event in Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre, wondered if bringing 1916-themed drama Rebellion to screen was a (...)

‘The Irish Times’ has the highest total audience in Dublin of any daily title, with 194,000 Dublin-based adults reading the title in print or online. Photograph: David Sleator

The average daily readership of The Irish Times and irishtimes.com is 427,000, up 10 per cent year on year, according to the latest snapshot of tre(...)

Ray D’Arcy is taking over the Saturday night slot

Bob Geldof on WB Yeats, David McWilliams on Ireland’s wealth gap and Joe Duffy reminiscing about Liveline’s “most memorable stories” will all featu(...)