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# Digital Media

This year
BuzzFeed to close news division and cut 15% of all staff
The company was known for its lists and topical quizzes before launching its Pulitzer Prize-winning news division
All time
Dr Mary Aiken: As Ireland is a hub for tech companies, we should be leading the way on online safety
Ireland is falling way behind our neighbours in the UK when it comes to child internet safety
Digital can deliver vital votes - but how do politicians earn the 'like' love?
Nothing can beat the knock on the door – sure – but this will be the year to pay attention to the ones who don’t answer.
This 31-year-old Irishman ditched the '9 to 5' to travel the world and is making millions on the way
“The only time you set your alarm is for a flight, no boss, no schedule just the open road.”
What is the future of Irish journalism?
While it’s premature to write the obituary for print media just yet, the Irish digital landscape is large and has room to grow.
Independent News and Media wants to be an 'agile media organisation'
But the company’s print business is dragging it down.
Do you watch sport online? This could be good news for you then
Netflix haven’t ruled out streaming live sport in the future.
Does the media spin the big stories because of 'who pays the piper'?
We asked the host of RTÉ’s new programme, The Media Show.
Opinion: I’m 15 years old and I've set up my own company – here's why
We can’t continue to just lament the shortage of highly skilled IT graduates; we need to re-think the way digital skills are taught in the classroom.
Good news: Over 330 new jobs announced across Ireland
The jobs are across a range of sectors including software development, online security, internet and digital media.
Boston bombing most closely followed news story since Wall Street collapse
Study of American media finds it fifth in the top stories for public since 9/11.
Up to 40 jobs created as US digital media company announces HQ in Dublin
US digital media and domain services company, Demand Media, is to open an office in Dublin, creating between 20-40 jobs in the process.
WE'RE HIRING! Attention, pop culture fans
Are you passionate about pop culture and excited by the world of social media? We want to hear from you…
Merging of Digital Hub into Dublin City Council "short-sighted"
Greens voice concern as innovation development agency is moved under DCC care instead of the proposed merger with Enterprise Ireland/IDA.
Organise your own social media event
Mashable’s third annual Social Media Day takes place on 30 June – get involved by organising or attending a Social Media Day Meetup in your area.
Online advertising up one-fifth in 2011 - study
IAB Ireland and PwC study says an estimated €132 million was spent on online advertising last year.
WE'RE HIRING: Attention, news journalists
Are you a journalist? Interested in online media? Passionate about current affairs? We want to hear from you…
National Library gets visitor boost from its online activity
The Library has revolutionised its presence on digital media – and has a newfound popularity to prove it.
Irish company buys shares in social media site for "geeks"
Shout For It – a network site for tech heads – gets boost from Walsh Doherty Capital.
Marketers make use of social media - but they also fear it
Survey of Irish marketers shows they are moving budgets towards online marketing tools.
Digital burnout: Is multi-tasking bringing you down?
Emails, texts,Twitter, Facebook: the usual distractions that stand between us and holy grail of productivity. But there is a way to avoid procrastination.