The National Union of Journalists says it is “gravely disappointed” by the decision of Irish Examiner publisher Landmark Media Investments to cut a(...)

Newspapers sales in Ireland fell in the second half of 2013, with the market for both daily and Sunday titles shrinking by more than 6 per cent

Newspapers sales in Ireland fell in the second half of 2013, with the market for both daily and Sunday titles shrinking by more than 6 per cent(...)

The Sunday Business Post on Harcourt Street, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The examiner for Post Publications Ltd, the publisher of the Sunday Business Post, is due to give a key update to the High Court today on efforts to (...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte said the new public service broadcasting charge, which will replace the current licence fee, is unlikely to be ready until next year but could end up bringing in more revenue than the present licence fee. Photograph: David Sleator

The new public service broadcasting charge cannot be seen as a panacea for all the difficulties of Irish media, the Minister for Communications(...)

The name plate of the Harcourt Street offices for the The Sunday Business Post and The Irish Examiner. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The former chairman of Thomas Crosbie Holdings (TCH) Alan Crosbie has said that he did not have the financial resources to invest in the compan(...)

Webprint had a contract to print the Irish Examiner and other Thomas Crosbie Holdings newspapers until the company entered receivership last month.
 Photograph: Eric Luke

Cork printing group Webprint is making 26 staff redundant in the wake of losing its contract to print the Irish Examiner and other former Thoma(...)

Up to 400 contributors are understood to be owed money by Thomas Crosbie Holdings Ltd, which went into receivership on March 6th with most of the company's titles being bought by a new company, Landmark Media Investment Ltd. Photograph:  Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Freelance journalists and photographers owed thousands of euro by the former publishers of the Irish Examiner (...)

Former Irish Examiner printer, Webprint Concepts, is preparing a  challenge to TCH restructuring.

CIARÁN HANCOCK, Finance Correspondent Lawyers for Webprint Concepts are preparing a legal challenge to the restructuring last week of med(...)