ArchiveJanuary, 2018

Late Late Toy Show again tops TV ratings list

The highest rating programme last year was again the Late Late Toy Show and the second highest was the All Ireland Football Final between Dublin and Mayo. Interestingly the weather drove record daytime audiences as people turned to TV news to keep up with Storm Ophelia’s path. As a result, the One O’Clock RTE News came […]

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O&M offices light up with special women images

Ogilvy & Mather’s Dublin office will be transformed today as it celebrates the second annual Illuminate Herstory light festival. From 5pm today, the Georgian era building on Ely Place will display the projected images of six inspirational women, chosen by Ogilvy, Wilson Hartnell PR and Kantar Millward Brown employees. O&M in New York are doing likewise. […]

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Cashen to leave Carat for media role at Javelin

Chris Cashen is to leave Carat next month to become head of media at Javelin at the start of March. Cashen joined the Dentsu Aegis Network agency as a graduate back in September 2010 and through his input on the Diageo account, worked his way up to account director. He is widely considered to be a […]

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JCDecaux to support three charities for two years

JCDecaux will once again be working with three partner charities for a two year period, as and from this month. The partner charities for 2018/2019 are Alone, Barnardos and Fighting Blindness. JCD will be donating over €2 million worth of outdoor media space over two years to support each charity in their efforts to raise awareness […]

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Elevate goes North for deal with ASG

Elevate PR, has agreed a partnership with Belfast-based advertising and marketing agency, ASG & Partners. Founded in 2001 by Emma Kelly (above), Elevate specialises in lifestyle PR, influencer marketing, social media and event management. Kelly says the development comes as part of a new strategy to offer an all island approach to clients this year. She […]

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Guinness Storehouse remains top tourist draw

The Guinness Storehouse at St James’s Gate retains its position as Ireland’s top international visitor attraction by surpassing all previous records, with 1,711,281 guests passing through its doors last year. Since first opening its doors to the public in 2000, the Guinness Storehouse, managed by Paul Carty (pictured), has welcomed almost 18 million visitors. The venue […]

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