Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple, fielding questions about the Apple watch ahead of its launch last April. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

The desire for “flow” – the process of making our daily lives smoother – is set to prompt future uptake of wearable devices, according to new research(...)

98FM’s ‘Naked Breakfast’ event in Vicar Street, in which even the ads were performed live, is cited as a recent example of innovation by the Irish radio industry. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

The Irish radio industry is overly reliant on spot advertising, Bill Kinlay, the chief executive of media agency Mindshare Ireland, told stations duri(...)

The agency Mediavest spent the most on newspaper advertising last year, spending €11.7 million on adverts in NNI titles. Photograph: Alan Betson

Spending on print and digital advertising in National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) member titles stabilised last year. The total spend fell just 0.5 pe(...)

Shortlisted candidates Jess Majekodunmi and Dee Colgan, IAPI Doyenne Award winner Gemma Teeling (account director, PHD Ireland) and shortlisted candidate Lynne Brennan Shortlisted candidates Jess Majekodunmi and Dee Colgan, award-winner Gemma Teeling (account director PHD Ireland) and shortlisted candidate Lynne Brennan

Gemma Teeling has won this year’s IAPI Doyenne Award. An account director with PHD media, she is the second winner of the annual award which was launc(...)

Actors India Mullen and Adam Weafer from ‘Red Rock’. The high-profile advertising campaign for the new TV3 soap was created by Ogilvy & Mather

The advertising and public relations group Ogilvy & Mather made a profit of €1.44 million in Ireland in 2013, a year in which its turnover droppe(...)

Someone is making transactions on your credit card account. They are spending money, and you’re not getting the benefit. A month later, your card p(...)

Sponsorship summiteers (from left): Ballywire owner Paul Collins, Heineken Ireland marketing director Sharon Walsh, Irish sponsorship summit founder Bruce Mansour and Sport for Business founder Rob Hartnett

The Irish sponsorship market brought in more than €125 million last year, with events such as The Gathering and the EU presidency fuelling a positi(...)

“Superior performance” read the advertisement for Dove Men that appeared in print on Monday below The Irish Times’ coverage of Ireland’s Six Nations r(...)

Packing a punch: ratings successes  such as Love/Hate will continue to make TV a heavy hitter. From left Elmo (Laurence Kinlan), Nidge (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) and Ado (Mark Dunne) discussing what to do with Tommy (Killian Scott).  photograph: bernard walsh

After surprisingly poor advertising revenues in the first half of 2013, the Irish television industry is collectively pinning its hopes on more ben(...)

Such has been the success of Love/Hate, with Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, that most episodes broke the one million viewership threshold.

Nidge (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) had hardly calmed down after his end-of-season prison cell tantrum before Emma Daly and Neasa McDonagh at Mindshare had cru(...)