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  • 20 Jun 2016

    An Post – Publication Services Increase Announced

          Following a review of pricing by An Post, rates for postal services will increase from Thursday, 21st July, 2016. The increase for Publication Services is  5 cent across all weight categories. The Publication Services Guide to Posting is available here Publication Services July 21, 2016   Further details Grace Aungier, Magazines Ireland Tel […]

  • 17 May 2016

    Griffith College, Dublin Internship Programme

      Griffith College Dublin has an internship programme for US students in degree courses and has linked with Magazines Ireland as a provider. The students are following degree courses in Journalism and Media; Public Relations; Digital Marketing; Social Media; Business and Photography. The internships are four to eight months duration and are free to the […]

  • 25 Apr 2016

    Publishing 360 – Speakers & Topics 2016

    Anthony Nakache: Google – Friend or Foe?; Trish Halpin: Editing magazine brands for a multimedia world; JP Donnelly: It’s time to teach the world to sing again; Philip Thomas: Creativity Matters; Barry McIlheney: State of the Nation – Publishing Futures; Dave Harland: Get into the Scene with a Magazine

  • 13 Apr 2016

    JP Donnelly to speak at Publishing 360

      It’s time to teach the world to sing again  JP Donnelly to speak at Publishing 360  Magazines Ireland is delighted to announce JP Donnelly, CEO, Ogilvy & Mather, Y&R, WPP as a key note speaker for its annual conference Publishing 360 – the future for magazines.  JP says It’s time to teach the world to sing again – why advertising is still the […]

  • 11 Apr 2016

    VAT: Commission announces proposal on reduced rates for e-publications

    With a couple of weeks of delay, the European Commission released its Communication on an action plan on VAT entitled “Towards a single EU VAT area – Time to decide”. The text announces several initiatives to modernise VAT rules, including notably urgent measures to tackle VAT fraud and a modernised rates policy. On this point, the Commission suggests […]

  • 11 Apr 2016

    Innovation in Magazine Media 2016/17

    Get the full Report here  

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Trade association of Magazine Publishers of Ireland

What is Magazines Ireland? The objective of Magazines Ireland is to promote and protect the interests of magazine publishers and in particular its members. Who does Magazines Ireland represent? Magazines Ireland represents 35 Irish publishers who together produce over 175 magazines, both consumer and business to business titles. Magazines Ireland has created a strong, united voice for magazines here in Ireland and internationally. This united voice of Irish publishers has helped our members to grow their magazines and businesses through Magazines Ireland initiatives, by providing a forum for publishers to discuss their industry and to help it grow.

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