Interviews on The Persuaders Radio Show
27th May 2016
In this podcast by The Persuaders there are interviews conducted at the AAI Advertisers’ Toolkit Seminar about “How traditional media is embracing new technologies for advertising and marketing”.
Copy Clear 2015 Annual Report Published
17th May 2016
Click below to view the full report
New private Q&A Forum on Return on Investment for AAI Members launched
25th April 2016
“Ask the ROI Expert” is an interactive Q&A forum in the Members Centre section. Members have a facility to pose questions to a Panel of Experts with a focus on Return in Investment.
07th April 2016
Joint National Listenership to Radio (JNLR) contract
From January 2017 - Expressions of Interest sought - NOW CLOSED
AAI President’s Address
16th March 2016
At our AGM on 10th March 2016 our President, Suzanne Weldon, made the following address
The Public Health (Alcohol) Bill published on 9 Dec 2015
11th December 2015
AAI Response follows...
Report from World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) on Media Outlook for 2016
17th November 2015
Each year WFA compiles a report looking at the forecasted levels of media inflation/deflation for over 40 markets, and across 7 media.
Former AAI CEO among first group to be Master in Ethics (Corporate Responsibility) in Ireland
16th November 2015
Ed McDonald, past Chief Executive of the AAI, has just been awarded the degree of Master of Arts in Ethics (Corporate Responsibility) at Dublin City University (DCU) following an intensive 2-year study programme. The programme was a new one and was co-promoted by DCU, Mater Dei Institute and the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland.
Posterscope consolidates its position in Ireland with the acquisition of PML Group
13th November 2015
Posterscope announces today that it has acquired PML Group (“PML”) the leading OOH specialist in Ireland. Following completion of the deal, PML will be part of the Posterscope worldwide network.
UTV is selling its entire TV operation to ITV for £100 million
19th October 2015
UTV MEDIA IS selling its entire television operation to ITV in a deal worth £100 million (€136 million), but will keep control of its UK and Ireland radio stations
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