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DMG Media Ireland is the home of The Irish Daily Mail, YOU Magazine, The Irish Mail on Sunday, TV Week, Magazine, MailOnline Ireland, Mail TV, EVOKE.ie and Extra.ie
RTÉ Media Sales is the brand name representing all of the Commercial Departmentsin RTÉ. While RTÉ Television Sales, RTÉ Radio Sales and RTÉ Publishing Sales have all had strong individual relationships with advertisers and agencies, this new development means that RTÉ can adopt a 360 degree strategic approach which will enable co-ordinated leveraging of RTÉ Media platforms. For more information visit www.rte.ie/mediasales
Dublin Airport had its busiest ever year ever in 2015, welcoming a record 25 million passengers. Passenger numbers increased by 15% (3.3 million people) in 2015. This expansion was driven by 23 new routes and extra capacity on almost 40 existing services.
In marketing communications, nothing compares with the unique advertising and promotional opportunities at a major international airport. As one of Europe’s fastest growing airports Dublin Airport connects brands with Ireland and the world’s most influential decision makers.
2015 saw Dublin Airport’s digital advertising strategy take off. The introduction of AerPods has created a whole new world of advertising for brands. With endless possibilities for creativity and flexibility, advertisers are creating dynamic and engaging campaigns that are unique to the airport experience.
Dublin Airport – A unique medium for a unique audience
The Sunday Business Post was launched in 1989. The paper is viewed by Ireland’s decision makers and key business people as a ‘must-read’ title. The mission of The Sunday Business Post is to encourage enterprise and wealth creation in Ireland and to provide readers with information that is of value to them in their personal and professional lives. Reporters who are experts in the areas of business, finance, politics, law, IT, property, and recruitment provide in-depth coverage of the stories that matter to our readers.
In November 2015 a new improved Sunday Business Post Digital platform launched. This daily news service includes a mobile responsive website www.businesspost.ie together with iPhone and Android Apps. In recent weeks also we changed the strapline above the paper’s masthead. It now reads: “Independent Journalism on Sunday”. Now, more than ever, Ireland needs a thoroughly independent Irish media outlet. This paper is determined to pursue important stories and ask hard questions of decision-makers, business leaders and policy-makers.