Carat Ireland

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Core Media chief executive Alan Cox: “We have all revised our growth figures down vis-a-vis the beginning of the year”

Print, radio and television advertising revenues for 2016 will be sharply below what was forecast at the start of the year, with the Irish print marke(...)

Direct advertising from property and recruitment has been doing better than agency sales for newspapers

Although the advertising market in Ireland is tipped to rise 9-10 per cent this year, few industry-watchers expect much joy on the print side. Carat (...)

A still from the HSE’s ‘Little Things’ multimedia suicide prevention campaign. The HSE has partnered with Journal Media on promote its website yourmentalhealth.ie.

The Health Service Executive’s national office for suicide prevention is to extend its advertising partnership with Journal Media throughout 2015, wit(...)

Good Morning Britain presenters (from left) Sean Fletcher, Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard and Charlotte Hawkins:  the decision to buy breakfast television rights had come sooner than expected, but  Good Morning Britain was liked by viewers because it was “brand new and fresh”.  Photograph: Ken McKay/ITV/PA

Its title may be awkwardly un-Irish, but UTV Ireland is adding ITV breakfast show Good Morning Britain to its schedule from Monday, with news updates (...)

Pat Kenny:  will present a new peak-time series on UTV Ireland

UTV Ireland will take an 8 per cent share of television viewing in the Irish market 2015, according to a forecast by media agency Carat. The Be(...)

Go figure: the reasons for the magazine market decline are many, with the recession the most obvious one

The ABCs – the circulation figures for print publishing – get a wide airing. It has become nearly an annual masochistic exercise with newspapers repor(...)