HyperBrow’s Simone Smyth (left) and Sorcha Delaney

Are you a maker? An explorer? A thinker? All of the above? A new European Union campaign that aims to get more young girls interested in science has (...)

Big Mac: has been showing its age
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Image of the week: Little, Medium and Big Mac First developed in the 1960s, the Big Mac, like its parent company, has been showing its age, and the g(...)

FM 104: owned by Belfast-based Wireless Group

Wireless Group will suffer revenue declines at its radio stations in Ireland in 2016 “as the recovery in Irish radio fails to take hold” and its ongoi(...)

Only 46 per cent of the 165,000 people who watched the recent series of ‘Homeland’ on RTÉ2 watched it live

Broadband speeds and penetration in Ireland are not yet good enough for RTÉ to deliver services over IPTV (internet protocol television), but the broa(...)

Print: under pressure

Robert Pitt, chief executive of Independent News & Media (INM), said an interesting thing at its last press briefing: despite the difficulties the(...)

TG4’s car-based dating show Pioc do Ride, made by El Zorrero Films, and RTÉ’s The Notorious, a series about MMA fighter Conor McGregor made by Motive Television, were among the first winners of the festival’s Torc awards to be announced.

It is a place for broadcasters and production companies from Ireland and abroad to do deals, forge new relationships and celebrate the best of the pro(...)

Patrick Meade, managing partner of Boys and Girls: “Increasingly, clients want to extend work we’ve created in the Irish market into wider European or global markets.”    Photograph: Paul Sharp / Sharppix

Advertising firm Boys and Girls, which counts Three Mobile, Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard and Nissan among its clients, has joined Interpartners Comm(...)

The ‘Shred of Decency’ confetti campaign created by Rothco for Daintree Paper

“How to work in advertising and not hate yourself” was the eyebrow-moving title of Rothco’s laugh-laden presentation to the Offset design and creativi(...)

AIB group brand director Brian Keating with James Stephens GAA club hurler Jackie Tyrrell (left) and Crossmaglen footballer Aaron Kernan. Photograph: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

It had become, by AIB’s admission, a “tired” sponsorship. But the bank’s long-standing relationship with the All Ireland club football championship ha(...)

Into the lair: ‘Dragon’s Den’ returns with two new ‘Dragons’. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

Is Ireland out of would-be entrepreneurs with, ahem, unique business propositions to delight peak-time television audiences? Hardly. Dragon’s Den ret(...)