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Broadcasting, Communications, Irish Journalists August 20, 2015

Media on the move: Siobhan Christensen

Siobhan Christensen has left her position as producer of The Anton Savage Show on Today FM to work with Ray D’Arcy on the production of his new show on RTÉ One. The Ray D’Arcy Show will start on Saturday night at the end of September.

Broadcasting, Changes, Content July 31, 2015

John Murray goes out on a high with JNLR increase

Irish broadcaster and journalist John Murray went out in style with the JNLR figures revealed yesterday. The father of two accumulated a whooping gain of more than 9,000 listeners on his recently dropped RTÉ Radio 1 slot – ‘The John Murray Show’.

Branding, Digital News, Irish Journalists July 27, 2015

Sign of The Times: Court battle rules in favour of the Irish Edition

Mr Justice John Hedigan today ruled against any injunctions to be granted to The Irish Times which would deny The Times of London the use of “The Times Irish Edition” in their online publication. The ruling comes after The Irish Times claimed that their trademark would become “blurred and diluted” if the publication were allowed

Irish Journalists, jobs, Journalism January 29, 2015

Mediahq.com Podcast – Episode 3

Mediahq.com has just released the third episode of our ‘Mediaflash’ podcast series. The topic of this show is the future of the Irish print industry and what’s ahead for newspapers in Ireland. Alison O’Connor talks to our panel of experts about the topic, as well as having interviews with Patrick O’Donoghue of Gleneagle Hotel Group

jobs, Journalism, Newspapers December 2, 2013

Johnston Press confirms talks on sale of newspapers

Johnston Press, the publisher of more than 30 regional newspaper titles in Ireland, has confirmed it is in talks to sell its 14 titles in Ireland, which include the Limerick Leader, the Donegal Democrat and the Kilkenny People. In a statement to the London Stock Exchange, the company said it was holding discussions about the

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