In light of the new metered digital subscription packages at The Irish Times, the Carat study also tested opinions of online newspaper paywalls and found that 13 per cent said they would pay a monthly fee of €10-€15, while 5 per cent said they would pay a monthly fee of €15-€30

Online and printed newspapers are equally trusted, but online-only sources are less so, according to a research study by Carat. The media agency asked(...)

“Donal’s babes”: the Irish Times journalists Maeve Donelan, Nell McCafferty, Mary Maher, Geraldine Kennedy, Renagh Holohan, Gabrielle Williams, Christina Murphy, Mary Cummins and Caroline Walsh. Photograph: The Irish Times

Twentieth-century modernity The “Aeolus” episode of James Joyce’s epic of Dublin life, Ulysses, is set in the office of the Freeman’s Journal (and Ev(...)

Irish Times Washington Correspondent appearing before the Banking Inquiry in Dublin on Tuesday evening. Screengrab: Oireachtas TV

The relationships between banks, politicians, builders and regulators were too cosy in the run up to the banking crash to allow one group to “shout st(...)

1:43

From Monday, readers of The Irish Times will be able to buy a subscription package for digital content on irishtimes.com and its app. Readers w(...)

The print circulation of all the main titles retreated again, continuing a trend that dates back to 2007. Photograph: Alan Betson

Newspaper sales in Ireland fell further in the second half of 2014, with the daily and Sunday markets both declining more than 7 per cent year-on-yea(...)

Some 80 per cent of the readership of ‘The Irish Times’ belongs to the ABC1 social group that advertisers deem an attractive target. Photograph: David Sleator

The average daily readership of The Irish Times and irishtimes.com is 410,000, up 6 per cent year-on-year, according to the latest industry snapshot.(...)

Liam Kavanagh, managing director of The Irish Times Ltd, with members of the digital subscriptions team Eddie O’Grady, Sarah Greene, Cathal Stack and Carol Sweeney at the digital subscriptions launch. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

On Monday, The Irish Times will launch new digital subscription packages, and Liam Kavanagh, managing director of The Irish Times Ltd, believes the ti(...)

‘Irish Times’ editor Kevin O’Sullivan with deputy news editor Eithne Donnellan in the newsroom. “We believe loyal readers will be happy to pay for full access. At the same time, we will continue to offer a large amount of free content,” O’Sullivan said. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times is introducing subscription packages for its digital content from Monday, February 23rd. It will become the first national daily ne(...)

2:13

Data journalism comes in many forms, but usually aims to tell complex stories in illuminating ways. Data projects featured in this blog will explor(...)

The Irish Times has launched a new version of its app.   The new app has added a range of new sections to the existing news sections, (...)