Press Release Magazines Ireland underlines the need for an alignment of digital and print VAT rates, following Council Ecofin Meeting 19 June 2017 Magazines Ireland and the European Magazine Media Association regret the outcome of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (Ecofin) meeting on 16 June, which ended without political agreement on the adoption of […]
Press Release April 26, 2017. Readly accelerates its international growth Readly, the digital magazine newsstand, has just launched in Ireland. 18 titles from 6 Irish publishers have been added to Readly’s inventory of magazine brands as it promotes its all-you-can-read service to Irish consumers at a price of 9.99 Euros per month – the monthly […]
Press Release 26 April 2017 MAGFEST Ireland 2017 The world of Irish magazine media came together to explore, advance, and celebrate all things magazine at MAGFEST Ireland in the Mansion House in Dublin on Wednesday 26 April 2017. The prestigious panel of speakers included Dr Jane Suiter, FuJo, Dublin City University (DCU) who spoke […]
MAGFEST Ireland is a unique magazine event, with magazine publishers and enthusiasts coming from all over Ireland to be inspired by first-class speakers, meet others in the industry and hear about the latest developments in the magazine world. MAGFEST Ireland will help you think differently about your magazines and your business. So here are nine […]
The ABC Ireland figures were released today 16 February 2017. The figures cover the period to 31 December 2016 and are based on circulation for the magazine in print and, where available, also incorporate circulation data for digital editions. Commenting on the report Grace Aungier, CEO, Magazines Ireland said, “Today’s ABC report serves as a reminder of […]
Magazines Ireland Press Release 13 February 2017 Members of the European Parliament will be voting over the next few months on a proposal of huge significance to publishers that will impact on the future of professional journalism and an independent media. As part of the controversial EU copyright reform, the European Commission has proposed a […]
The winners of the Irish Magazine Awards 2016 were announced last evening (Thursday 1 December) at a black tie ceremony at Dublin City Hall. The event is the most important celebration of the world-class talent in Ireland’s professional publishing community. The Awards recognise and reward genuine excellence amongst the editors, designers, publishing teams and brands that […]
Magazines Ireland is delighted to announce that the Irish Magazine Awards 2016 will take place on Thursday 1 December 2016 at the spectacular Dublin City Hall, Dame Street, Dublin 2. Now in its 16th glorious year, this event is the most important celebration of the world-class talent in Irish magazine media. The black tie ceremony and gala dinner will be attended […]
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN….. For all those of you who have been asking, the waiting is now over. We are delighted to announce that The Irish Magazine Awards are now officially open for entry! Covering everything from editorial and design to digital innovation and custom publishing, there are a total of 16 categories […]
Press Release Seán Donlon is the new Chair of the Press Council of Ireland. Following a public competition, the Press Council of Ireland announced today that Seán Donlon is to take up office as the new Chair of the Press Council on 1 September 2016. The outgoing Chair, Daithi O Ceallaigh, having served two full […]
Press Release 18 August 2016 ABC Figures Underline the Unique Power of Magazine Brands The ABC Ireland figures were released today 18 August 2016. The figures cover the period to 30 June 2016 and are based on circulation for the magazine in print and where available, also incorporate circulation data for digital editions to provide […]
Magazines Ireland has launched three new services for its members including a service to assist members in dealing with human resources issues; a bespoke media policy from insurance provider Willis Towers Watson and an internship programme for US students studying a range of media courses. Some of these services are available on a free gratis basis […]
The ultimate magazine subscription – Readly is the new way of reading magazines on tablets and smart phones and offers digital readers immediate access to unlimited magazines, allowing them an easy and simple way to read what they want, when they want for one low monthly cost. Readly – the Netflix for magazines, costs €9.99 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Google has rewritten the rules not just for the advertising business, but also the entire publishing industry. To survive online, today’s journalists need at least a working knowledge of SEO, while their co-workers in magazine sales departments grapple with the competition from AdSense. How can publishers work with Google to optimise their online business activity? Anthony Nakache, Director of Online Partnerships, […]
Press Release ABC Ireland Report 18 February 2016 ABC Figures Underline the Unique Power of Magazine Brands The ABC Ireland figures were released today 18 February 2016. The figures cover the period to 31 December 2015 and are based on circulation for the magazine in print and, where available, also incorporate circulation data for digital […]
Magazines Ireland, the association representing Irish magazines has welcomed the changes to the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) Code of Standards for Advertising and Marketing in Ireland. The main sections amended includes new rules for the advertising of e-cigarettes, food advertising, alcoholic promotions and the use of children in adverts. E-cigarettes must be advertised […]
Magazines Ireland, the association of Irish magazine publishers, has asked the Minister for Finance Mr Michael Noonan to reduce the VAT rate on magazines to 0% in Budget 2016 which will be announced in October. “Whilst recognising that the recession has impacted on virtually all elements of the economy the magazine sector has suffered disproportionately […]
Press Release 30 June 2015 Magazines Ireland has welcomed the recent announcement by the Press Council that its Code of Practice has been amended to encourage sensitive reporting of suicide. The Press Council code states: “In the reporting of suicide, excessive detail of the means of suicide should be avoided.” The new requirement was drafted […]
Magazines Ireland has welcomed the recent announcement by Nielsen that Ireland’s consumer confidence score stands at an index of 92 in quarter one 2015, up two points on the previous quarter and ten points on the same period last year. “This is good news for the Irish economy and also good news for the Irish […]
Members of the Magazines Ireland Editors’ Forum gathered at RTE’s Satellite Room for a lunch and learn event on a beautifully sunny day
Magazines Ireland continued its successful campaign, ‘The Power of Magazine Brands’ with a morning presentation at the AAI Toolkit Seminar.
Magazines Ireland launched a major new initiative in Dublin yesterday Wednesday 4 March 2015 – the Magazines Ireland Editors’ Forum & Press Cards.
Magazines Ireland is delighted to announce that it is launching a major new initiative the Magazines Ireland Editors’ Forum.
The ABC Ireland figures were released today covering the period to 31 December 2014 and are based on circulation for the magazine in print.
Magazines Ireland was delighted to see the latest CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT from Nielsen showing that Ireland’s consumer confidence increased in Q4 2014.
Irish Magazines helping to Keep Ireland Clean The Department of the Environment has launched a major advertising campaign to appear in magazines and newspapers over the coming months. The campaign was launched by Minister Phil Hogan on Wednesday 18 July 2012 at the Custom House. The anti-litter campaign entitled Keep Ireland Clean will appear in […]
Ireland’s newsprint recycling rate climbs to 89% Survey confirms Ireland enjoys one of highest newspaper/magazine recycling rates Irish newsprint recycling increases from 28% to current level of 89% in just 10 years Recycling success due to “positive action by industry and public” says Green Press Partnership Ireland now enjoys one of the highest levels of […]