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Video: Irish Times’ Hugh Linehan on Disrupting Video (from OMiGSummit)

There’s no doubt about the importance of video in the new world of online media, but the precise nature of how it’s going to turn out is still unclear, says Irish Times‘ Digital Development Editor Hugh Linehan. He spoke to Technology.ie at the OMiG Digital Summit in Galway last week. It’s no help looking to other industries for clues, explains […]

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Loyaltybuild Ripples Spread

Details continue to emerge surrounding the security breach involving customer’s financial data at LoyaltyBuild.  The ESB has confirmed that 6,700 of its customers have had non-financial data compromised in the attack. According to The Irish Times: Loyaltybuild said the further data breaches, yet to be publicised, had only come to light late yesterday evening and […]

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Newspaper Licensing Ireland “Clarify” Position

Simon McGarr has been writing extensively over the last couple of weeks about Newspaper Licensing Ireland and the Irish tradition media’s views on copyright. The story has gained a lot of traction and has garnered considerable coverage in the international press, both traditional and digital. Earlier today he posted an update which highlights NLI’s “clarification”. […]

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IRMA Taking Irish ISPs To Court Again

IRMA is taking several of the larger Irish ISPs to court – again. This time round they’re having a go at UPC, Three, Imagine, Vodafone and Digiweb, according to a report in the Irish Times. Yet again the legal battle centres around file-sharing and The Pirate Bay in particular. UPC has consistently refused to block […]

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Irish Times New TV Ad

The Irish Times has launched a new advertising campaign entitled The Story of Why. You can read more about the background to the campaign on their site. Here’s the extended version of their TV ad, which runs to 2 minutes. It’s not clear how long the actual TV version is, though obviously it’s not that […]

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