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  • 01 Sep 2017

    ABC Rule Changes August 2017

      Reporting Standards: Consumer Magazines (ROI), Business Magazines (ROI)   The following changes have been agreed to the ABC Reporting Standards for ROI Consumer Magazines and ROI Business Magazines as circulated and agreed by Magazines Ireland members on August 4, 2017.   Consumer Magazines   Digital Editions: All You Can Read Sales A new category […]

  • 22 Aug 2017

    Which Brexit After the UK Elections?

          On 14 September 2017 the DCU Brexit Research & Policy Institute will host its inaugural event on “Which Brexit After the UK Elections?”. The workshop will examine the implications of the recent UK parliamentary elections on Brexit’s prospects and assess the advancement of the negotiations between the EU and the UK during […]

  • 22 Aug 2017

    Irish Magazine Awards – NOW OPEN FOR ENTRY

    NOW OPEN FOR ENTRY The Irish Magazine Awards 2017 celebrate the dynamic contribution and entrepreneurial spirit of Ireland’s publishing community – and they are now officially open for entry. We want to reward your achievements over the past 12 months, and there is a total of 19 categories to enter for publications, websites, brands and individuals […]

  • 21 Aug 2017


                  SAVE THE DATE The Irish Magazine Awards 2017 (IMA) will take place on Thursday 30 November at our fantastic new venue Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin’s Temple Bar. Take a look at it here Here’s a throwback to last year’s event IMA 2016 YouTube Video The Pix […]

  • 17 Aug 2017

    ABC Ireland Report to end June 2017

    Press Release                               ABC Ireland Report to end June 2017 The ABC Ireland figures were released today 17 August 2017. The figures cover the period to 30 June 2017 and are based on circulation for the magazine in print and, where […]

  • 04 Aug 2017

    Insight of the Week: Finding the Fashion Followers

                            With New York and London seeing their respective Fashion Weeks next month and fashion representing a fast changing and high-spend sector, it is timely to examine those consumers for whom fashion is a big part of their lives. Latest data from Kantar Media’s […]

About Magazines Ireland

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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