RTÉ Television managing director Glen Killane: “The only thing that’s dragged me away from RTÉ is House of Cards.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Tomorrow is World Television Day and the blurb for the industry initiative doesn’t hold back: The medium, as well as being “a cornerstone of democracy(...)

Today FM chief executive Peter McPartlin

The Irish radio industry will pilot a people- meter technology system next year to see if it could provide a alternative to the current survey used fo(...)

On Iarnród Éireann trains there are six million wifi sessions every year across Dart and intercity journeys

Public transport wifi may be opened up to sponsors, according to a market consultation document published by CIÉ. The group of companies wants to gene(...)

Direct-selling parties are enjoying a surge in popularity, according to the Direct Selling Association of Ireland (DSAI). The trade body says about 4,(...)

Fashion shoot for the December issue of ‘Stellar’ magazine, photographed by Lili Forberg on a smartphone

In what is understood to be a first for an Irish fashion magazine, the December edition of Stellar will feature an editorial spread shot entirely on a(...)

Alan Coleman, chief executive of marketing company Wolfgang Digital

The old marketing adage “I know half my advertising budget is wasted, I just don’t know which half” is attributed to US department store owner John Wa(...)

Radio 1 Tom McGuire: no plans to make changes to the schedule

RTÉ Radio 1 is losing listeners across its daytime schedule, the Joint National Listenership Research (JNLR) figures published last week show, with th(...)

Peter Coonan as Fran in the final episode of ‘Love/Hate’ Series 5

How long can Love/Hate go on? A sixth series of the RTÉ One drama is already in development - though not officially green-lit - but was flagged earlie(...)

Promising “a new take on sports coverage”, Maximum Media’s new offshoot SportsJoe.ie launches today with a little help from the social media hashtag (...)

Coleraine-born actor Bronagh Waugh as Sally Ann Spector, unwitting wife of serial killer Paul Spector, in series two of The Fall. Photograph: BBC/Helen Sloan

Serial killer drama The Fall returns to RTÉ for a second series this weekend, with the first episode going out on RTÉ One after the finale of a succes(...)