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Clodagh O’Keeffe, a UCD graduate, secured a job with a marketing communications company. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Sitting at home and seeing your photo loom on screen when your name is called out is far from the pomp and celebration of a traditional graduation cer(...)

Spotify is the leading audio streaming service in the Irish market. Photograph: Lionel Bonaventure/AFP

More than a third of Irish people experimented with new ways of listening to music, digital radio or podcasts as the pandemic prompted changes to thei(...)

Normal People broke records on the RTÉ Player. Photograph: Enda Bowe/Element Pictures/BBC

Not all lockdown binges involved sticking your head in the fridge. Since March, two-thirds of Irish people have tried at least one video-on-demand (VO(...)

Blindboy Boatclub. Photograph: Alan Place

In the space of just a few months, and in the midst of a global pandemic, Spotify has moved to change the game on podcasting. The Swedish audio stream(...)

A lot of recent attention has rightly focused on the needs of cocooners but working parents need a break too.

Golf clubs may be able to reopen in an early phase of the unlocking, solving a problem that has been keeping no-one awake at night. Except, perhaps, g(...)

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park in California in 2017

A calamitous plunge in advertising revenues and wave of media cutbacks since the coronavirus economic shutdown has brought the market dominance of Goo(...)

Google and Facebook are the largest companies in the online advertising market, both globally and in Ireland. Photograph: Denis Charlet / AFP.

Irish online ad revenues could fall by as much as 20 per cent this year, undoing growth of 17 per cent recorded in 2019, as pandemic restrictions prom(...)

Charley Stoney, chief executive of advertising body IAPI, says hard times may improve agency-client relations

Nine out of 10 Irish advertising agencies are working on campaigns related to the Covid-19 pandemic, but about half say the shutdowns have made their (...)

Google says it is engaging with French publishers. Photograph: Robyn Beck/AFP

If the pandemic-triggered employee cutbacks and predicted 30 per cent decline in the Irish advertising market this year hadn’t refocused minds in the (...)

The Irish Times: Revenue declines as a result of Covid-19.

The Irish Times has announced a temporary pay cut of up to 30 per cent for higher-paid managers and editors in the group as part of a series of immedi(...)

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