Ray D’Arcy and his producer (and wife) Jenny Kelly pictured for the announcement of Volkswagen’s sponsorship of his new Radio 1 show.

There isn’t much that Ray D’Arcy’s fans don’t know about him. It may not even have escaped their attention that “Ray is a long-term supporter of Volks(...)

In one case, the ASAI said Vodafone had made it unnecessarily hard to find the rules under which a customer would be entitled to a free phone. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Confusion over wine prices, mobile phone contracts and membership terms saw Supervalu, Vodafone and a dating website respectively rapped across the kn(...)

Our reader asked One Big Switch why she was suddenly paying more when she thought the point was to pay less

Not everyone is satisfied with One Big SwitchAnnie from Sligo is not happy. She was one of thousands of people who made the One Big Switch and moved t(...)

Andrew Furlong with his wife Angela and their daughter Andrea speaking to reporters outside Tokyo district court last year. The father of murdered teenager Nicola Furlong said he was outraged by comments made by Paddy Power himself that the company was justified in running a bet on the outcome of the Oscar Pistorius trial  because of the worldwide interest in the case.

Some 50 complaints have been received about the Paddy Power advertisement in relation to the outcome of the Oscar Pistorius trial. The A(...)

“I always think there’s a slight problem if you throw a stone into a pool and nothing happens,” said Bob Collins, chairman of the Broadcasting Auth(...)

Marketer of the Year 2012 winner, Kevin Donnelly of Britvic Ireland. Photograph: Aidan Oliver Photography.

Rewarding marketing excellence in Ireland is what Marketer of the Year is all about and entries for this year are now being sought. The award, organis(...)

Downton Abbey is the latest television show to put its name on a bottle, with an “official range of wines branded with the name of the period drama. T(...)

The Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) has announced that from September 1st it will take complaints about online behavioural advertisi(...)

The ASAI said its aim was to secure more transparency and control for the public regarding online behavioural advertising practices.

From September any company collecting user data online for advertising purposes will have to inform the user, new rules issued by the Advertising Stan(...)

A proposal to impose a 9pm watershed on alcohol advertising on television and radio is “full of contradictions” and if implemented would leave the (...)