Bill Kinlay

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INM papers on display at the Independent News & Media AGM in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

There was a moment during Mark Zuckerberg’s by turn torturous (for him) and frustrating (for everybody else) April testimony to Congress when one US p(...)

Out-of-home advertising will be one of the few traditional media markets to grow in 2019, GroupM predicts.

Advertising buyers in GroupM expect the Irish ad market to grow less than 1 per cent next year, as the shadow of Brexit and its uncertain toll on mark(...)

Ireland’s ‘love affair with radio is very much alive’, but advertisers’ fondness for the medium has waned. Photograph: iStock.

Ireland’s radio industry needs to “turn everything inside out” and overhaul how it sells advertising if it wants to escape the shadow cast by tech gia(...)

98FM’s ‘Naked Breakfast’ event in Vicar Street, in which even the ads were performed live, is cited as a recent example of innovation by the Irish radio industry. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

The Irish radio industry is overly reliant on spot advertising, Bill Kinlay, the chief executive of media agency Mindshare Ireland, told stations duri(...)

Digital advertising is expected to grow by up to 15 per cent this year. Suppliers of print inventory and advertisers “need to move faster” to take advantage of increased mobile penetration, say industry analysts. Photograph: Kim Hong-ji/Reuters

The Irish advertising market will emerge from recession in 2014 and grow for the first time in five years, according to forecasts by consultancy firm (...)

Packing a punch: ratings successes  such as Love/Hate will continue to make TV a heavy hitter. From left Elmo (Laurence Kinlan), Nidge (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) and Ado (Mark Dunne) discussing what to do with Tommy (Killian Scott).  photograph: bernard walsh

After surprisingly poor advertising revenues in the first half of 2013, the Irish television industry is collectively pinning its hopes on more ben(...)

It’s a young(ish) man’s game, the growth areas are in digital, women are poorly represented in top jobs, and while the industry isn’t exactly pessimis(...)