Live From The Web Summit Day 1 - The Future Of Print

Live From The Web Summit Day 1 - The Future Of Print

News | Posted 3rd November 2015

Print Is Still King For In-Depth Analysis Of A Story

Learning From The Media

Learning From The Media

News | Posted 10th February 2015

You have to admire newspaper journalists & radio presenters. Their multi-tasking skills are second to none as their job description continues to evolve to multi-platform journalism. It’s expected of the likes of Fionnan Sheahan of the Independent Group to appear on Prime Time, be at the gates of Leinster House as a scandal breaks and look...

Local Newspapers Moving on

Local Newspapers Moving on

News | Posted 9th February 2015

The date was February 5th and Croke Park the location as I attended the third Local Newspaper Symposium. The list of speakers ranged from those in the digital realm along with those from various traditional print backgrounds.

Are We Becoming A Nation Of E-Readers?

Are We Becoming A Nation Of E-Readers?

News | Posted 16th January 2015

When eReaders came on the scene the consensus was that the days were numbered for physical book sales, the sheer ease of access through a Kindle coupled with much more affordable pricing made it hard to argue with this logic.

Metro Herald To Close Its Doors

Metro Herald To Close Its Doors

News | Posted 16th December 2014

As the media industry begins to slow down for the Christmas break, it is with a heavy heart we learn the sad news that the Metro herald is to close its doors this Friday. There is a certain poignant irony that the majority of Dublin readers learned this news from the paper itself, while on their morning commute.

KIMYE WEST HEAD SOUTH, DENY BREAKUP, LIKE

KIMYE WEST HEAD SOUTH, DENY BREAKUP, LIKE

News | Posted 27th May 2014

Neil Walsh gives his very humourous take on Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's arrival in Ireland for their honeymoon, while also looking at the increasing hyping up of news headlines to grab readers attention.

Mindshare Retains Top Spot In The NNI Advertising Agency League 2013

Mindshare Retains Top Spot In The NNI Advertising Agency...

News | Posted 28th March 2014

For the fourth year in a row Mindshare has retained its position as the largest agency investor in press (both newspaper and digital) advertising. According to the National Newspaper of Ireland (NNI), investment into press advertising totaled €155 million in 2013, of which €94 million came from advertising agencies.

Evoke.ie – Giving Associated An Irish Voice Online

Evoke.ie – Giving Associated An Irish Voice Online

News | Posted 13th February 2014

Associated News have launched Evoke.ie. A showbiz, fashion, food and beauty site, the content draws on the expertise of journalists within the publishing house, providing constant updates 100% relevant to the Irish consumer.

2014 – The Year The Automotive Industry Bounced Back

2014 – The Year The Automotive Industry Bounced Back

News | Posted 11th February 2014

The first released SIMI figures are very promising and are showing a 30%+ lift in car sales compared to last January. This will be the first time since 2010 we have seen significant positive growth in the car market.

The Sunday Times Gets A Facelift

The Sunday Times Gets A Facelift

News | Posted 28th January 2014

The Sunday Times has introduced its new look. This time they have introduced a new font and images are to become more prevalent throughout the paper to give the title “a more vibrant, yet elegant feel."

M&S Adding A Little Sparkle To Your Morning Commute!

M&S Adding A Little Sparkle To Your Morning Commute!

News | Posted 5th December 2013

You may have noticed your daily Metro Herald is a little more festive this morning – a glossy wrap for M&S was made even better by adding some sparkle!

The Power Of Press

The Power Of Press

News | Posted 30th April 2013

There has been several press initiatives recently really trying to drive home the message that press is strong and resilient in a challenging marketplace. One event is the new NNI initiative – the ‘Power of Press’ (POP).