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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland)
    Descriptive info: .. HOME.. MEMBERS.. NEWS.. MARKET RESEARCH.. EVENTS.. ADVERTISERS.. TRAINING.. ENVIRONMENT.. CONTACT US.. Home.. About Magazines Ireland.. What is a Magazine?.. Vacancies.. Irish Magazine Awards 2011.. Grace Aungier.. Chief Executive,.. 25 Denzille Lane.. Dublin 2.. 353 1 667 55 79.. grace@magazinesireland.. ie.. Magazines Ireland.. Magazines Ireland is the organisation of publishers of consumer, consumer specialist, business and professional magazines in Ireland (north and south).. The aim of Magazines Ireland is to promote and protect the interests of magazine publishers in general - and in particular those in membership of the association.. Web Design Combined Media.. |.. Sitemap.. Contact Us..

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    Descriptive info: List of Members.. Associate Members.. Executive Committee.. Executive Committee Meetings.. Join Magazines Ireland.. Circulation Code.. Magazine Listing.. Press Cards.. Brand Identifier.. Enterprise Ireland.. Members Only.. Accountancy Ireland.. All About Publishing Ltd.. Ashville Media Group.. Automotive Publications Ltd.. Bayview Publishing Ltd.. bmf Business Services.. Buckley Publications.. Business Plus.. Danstone Limited.. Dyflin Publications Ltd.. Enterprise Ireland.. ESCRS.. GTI Ireland.. Harmonia.. Hotpress.. Image Publications.. Irish Country Magazine.. Irish Food Publishers.. Law Society of Ireland.. Mediateam.. MOHH Publishing.. Mount Media Ltd.. Nova Publishing.. RSVP.. RTE Guide.. Self Build Ireland Ltd.. Tara Publishing Company.. Temple Media Limited.. Think Media.. VIP Magazine Group.. WMB.. Zahra Publishing..

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    Descriptive info: News.. PPA UK Newsletter.. European Magazine News from EMMA.. The Irish Market.. Marketing Campaign.. Deloitte State of the Media Survey.. Tesco Extends its Range of Irish Magazines.. Annual Report of The Press Council of Ireland and the Office of the Press Ombudsman 2011.. Marketing.. ie article Photocall on Publishing 360 Digital Forum.. New UK media survey.. New Edition of FIPP World Magazine Trends launched.. ABC - Newsletter February 2012.. The Future of Publishing.. Women Mean Business The Book.. Stellar wins at Magazine Awards.. Norah Casey's Harmonia wins at Magazine Awards.. Richard Hannaford 1962-2011.. Social Media Seminar: succeeding in the new media landscape.. Image Publications win Aer Lingus Cara Magazine contract.. Magazine World Update: Register now for free webinar on cross-border magazine publishing.. Press Release: 12th May 2011: VAT rates on magazines reduced to 9%.. Magazine World Update: Webcasting and magazine licensing next subjects for free FIPP webinars.. New Eason Brand and Marketing Campaign.. Irish Times Delivery Service, Brian Whelan, March 2011.. ABC - United under one brand.. Magazine World News - March 2011.. How 2.. 0 Market Your Business Online Conference March 29th.. Budget highlights 2011.. Office of the Press Ombudsman Press Council of Ireland Newsletter.. IMAGE magazine is first to launch ipad app in ireland.. ABC - June Newsletter.. Daithi O Ceallaigh appointed as Press Council Chairman.. DAA Signs Agreement with Eason To Operate Former Hughes Hughes Outlets.. ABC announces new governance structure replacing the ABC Council with an ABC Board.. Press Council Chairman welcomes new Defamation Act.. Magazines Awards - Irish Examiner December 5th 2009.. Publish and be damned - Sunday Business Post - 20 September 2009.. Irish press industry agrees historic new environmental, management standards.. Irish Fulfilment Subscription Services Limited Presentation.. Magazines Ireland is the new name for the association of Irish magazine publishers.. Defamation Bill.. A Helping Hand? - Checkout - June 2009.. Irish Market Ready for a shake-up - Irish Printer - June 2009.. Design Competition - Magazine Ireland.. European Press Freedom Charter to be ratified by journalists on Monday, 25 May 2009 in Hamburg.. Presentation by Shanahan Direct Marketing to PPAI 12 May 2009.. PPAI gets legal at employment law evening.. New PPAI chairman is ready to deal with periodical issues.. Empowering citizens: the magazine media.. Why the Google settlement matters to you.. 18 June 2012.. http://www.. youtube.. com/watch?v=Gpm4L8l572s.. 14 June 2012.. Magazines Ireland and Tesco have come together to increase the range of Irish magazines available in Tesco stores nationwide from 18 June 2012.. Tesco Ireland CEO, Tony Keohane said we commissioned Lucid Direct to revamp our magazine newsstand category to increase the number and range of Irish magazines available to customers.. This latest investment in Tesco stores once again highlights our commitment to Ireland.. The new range will improve customers shopping experience and offer a better choice of magazines reflecting our customers needs.. Duan Stokes, Chairman Magazines Ireland said we are delighted to work with Tesco to increase the range of Irish magazines.. Irish readers are hugely loyal to Irish magazines which are much more relevant to them than imported titles.. Irish magazine publishing is a vibrant industry despite intense competition on the newsstand from imported titles.. Most Irish-produced magazines are market leaders in their categories and outsell their UK and US counterparts.. In a market flooded with imported titles, Irish magazines, whether they are home interest, gardening, music, food, lifestyle, TV listings, fashion, beauty or business titles, are much more relevant to Irish readers and reflect the unique culture of Irish society.. This month alone sees the launch of two new titles Emerald Crosswords from Zahra Publishing and Opportunities Abroad from Harmonia.. Magazine publishing is an important source of revenue to the Irish exchequer.. Irish magazine publishers contribute 250- 300 million to the Irish economy annually; 75- 100 million of which is paid in taxes.. There are over 1,250 people directly employed in the magazine industry with a further 4,500 jobs, such as freelance journalists, photographers and models, reliant on the sector.. Irish magazines available on the Tesco newsstand include RTE Guide; Woman s Way; TV Now; Hot Press; VIP; Irish Tatler; RSVP; Image; U; Stellar; KISS; Easy Food; House Home; The Irish Garden; Prudence; Irish Country Magazine; Easy Health Living; Easy Parenting; Image Interiors; Irish Kitchens; Confetti; Business Plus; Maternity Infant; Eolas; Irish Bathrooms; Food Wine; House; WMB; SelfBuild Extend Renovate and Construct Ireland.. 08 June 2012.. Click here to download article.. (PDF 1.. 1MB).. ie article Photocall on Publishing 360 Digital Forum.. 29 May 2012.. (PDF 78k).. Click here to download Photocall.. (PDF 1MB).. 26 April 2012.. Click here to download.. 6MB).. New Edition of FIPP World Magazine Trends launched.. 22 March 2012.. If you need to know everything there is to know about the global magazine media market, then you ll need to know that the new edition of */FIPP World Magazine Trends 2011/12/* is now available!.. Published by FIPP, the worldwide magazine media association, the 17th edition of /*Trends*/ is the annual monitor of the magazine media, country-by-country, region-by-region and globally.. */Trends/* provides reports on 53 countries.. It outlines the consumer and B2B magazine media markets in each country including:.. * /ZenithOptimedia/ share of adspend and ad expenditure forecasts.. * /PricewaterhouseCoopers/ global and regional B2B and consumer.. circulation revenues.. * Number of titles, publishers total copies sold or distributed.. * Revenue sources, sales distribution breakdown.. * Top publishing companies.. * App trends from /iMonitor/.. * Internet mobile penetration.. * Plus ereader and magazine website listings.. * and much, much more.. *NOW ALSO IN EXCEL EDITION*.. For the first time, */Trends/* is now also available in Excel data format at 390 ( 299 for FIPP members).. The digital edition (powered by Nxtbook) costs 299 ( 225 for FIPP members).. Print-on-demand copies are also available at 334 ( 260 for FIPP members), plus post and packaging.. *ORDER NOW.. *.. Click here.. to order your copy.. For further information please contact me at.. helen@fipp.. com.. ABC -.. Newsletter February 2012.. 6 February 2012.. Click here to view.. 12 December 2011.. Click here to watch video.. This video was prepared by the UK branch of Dorling Kindersley Books and produced by Khaki Films (http://www.. thekhakigroup.. com/).. Originally meant solely for a DK sales conference, the video was such a hit internally that it is now being shared externally.. We hope you enjoy it (and make sure you watch it up to at least the halfway point, there's a surprise!).. 9 December 2011.. This is not a business book but it is, in part, a primer in entrepreneurship with women in mind.. fluent and engaging.. Eoin McVey, Irish Times.. Women Mean Business One Woman's Journey Into Entrepreneurship tells the story of WMB s Founder, Rosemary Delaney and her journey into the business world.. In 2006 Rosemary launched her own multimedia business WMB Publishing; it includes the flagship title WMB The Irish Magazine for businesswomen and the business website womenmeanbusiness.. The book is about the lessons she learned, as a female entrepreneur, in a challenging economic climate.. This is a warts and all account of following your dream and the continuous search for a more balanced and fulfilled life.. Women Mean Business is an inspiring read for all those passionate women who dare to believe that they can make a difference in the world around them.. Available for 14.. 99 in all good bookstores nationwide, through Amazon and through the publishers Orpen Press:.. www.. orpenpress.. 7 December 2011.. Download Evening Herald PDF.. Download Sunday Independent PDF.. 2 December 2011.. - The Sunday Business Post.. Click here for full story.. 12 October 2011.. Richard Wade Buchanan Hannaford, 12th October 2011, passed away peacefully in the company of his beloved wife Norah Casey in the early hours of this morning.. He leaves behind one son, Dara, aged 12.. The well-known writer and broadcaster was Editorial Director of Harmonia, which he ran with wife and Publisher Norah Casey.. He was also Deputy Chairman of Magazines Ireland and sat on the board of the Health Information and Equality Authority (HIQUA).. Richard Hannaford worked for the BBC for 17 years, as a news correspondent and in later years as the BBC s Health Correspondent before relocating to Ireland in 2002.. There he produced and presented a number of programme series for RTÉ, including the landmark series, The Truth about the Health Service a ten part examination of the Irish health service.. He has won many awards for his work both in the UK and in Ireland, including the Irish Health Writers Guild Broadcaster of the Year (2003) and the UK s National Health Correspondent of the Year (2001).. During his tenure as Editorial Director of Harmonia, he was instrumental in the growth of the business and was the driving force behind the contract publishing division.. Among his many achievements were the launch of Irish Tatler Men's Magazine and the acquisition and rebranding of Ireland of the Welcomes.. He had worked as a consultant and advisor to a number of international and governmental organisations, including the NHS in the UK, The Kings Fund for Health, the EU s External Advisory Committee and the World Health Organisation.. Born: 17th May 1962.. Marital Status: Married to Norah Casey with one son, Dara aged 12.. 16 September 2011.. Click here to download details.. 13 July 2011.. IMAGE Publications, Publishing Company of the Year 2010*, has won the contract to publish Aer Lingus in-flight magazine Cara.. With 10.. 4 million passengers travelling with Aer Lingus in 2009, Cara is Ireland s best-read magazine and the contract attracted a number of pitches.. Image Publications secured the deal with their vision for a re-energised magazine that would not only prove a more compelling read for Aer Lingus passengers, but would also enhance the Aer Lingus brand.. Edited by IMAGE Magazine s former Travel Features Editor Frances Power, Cara will include a mix of travel, arts, design, fashion, sport and business that aims to speak to every Aer Lingus passenger and create a feel-good factor about both Aer Lingus and Ireland.. We are looking forward to a great working relationship between our two companies and are delighted to welcome the team on board, said Aer Lingus Director of Communications Declan Kearney.. MD and co-owner of Image Publications Richard Power is also delighted with the win, saying, It represents a testament to the hard work, drive and creativity of the Image Publications team.. We are very excited about producing a magazine for Aer Lingus that is editorially-rich, beautifully-produced and a great first point of contact for travellers from home and abroad.. The title is the latest addition to the publishing house s ever-expanding portfolio of iconic titles, including IMAGE and Image Interiors and Living, along with various contract titles for premium clients like Brown Thomas, Arnotts, L Oréal and Goffs.. The first issue of Cara produced by Image Publications will be in in-flight pockets on August 1 this year.. 18 May 2011.. Click here to view newsletter.. Press Release: VAT rates on magazines reduced to 9%.. 12 May 2011.. Magazines Ireland, the association of Irish magazine publishers, welcomes the announcement made by the Minister of Finance in the Jobs Initiative 2011, reducing the VAT rates on magazines to 9%.. Duan Stokes, Chairman of Magazines Ireland said, we welcome the changes to the VAT rate on Irish magazines in the forthcoming Finance Bill.. Irish magazine publishers have been under severe pressure due to both the reshaping of the media landscape and the on-going difficult economic conditions.. Whilst this is a move in the right direction, Magazines Ireland will continue to campaign for a zero VAT rate on Irish titles which would bring Ireland into line with the rate in the UK and several other EU nations.. The 9% rate is still significantly higher than many other EU countries.. Irish magazine publishers contribute over 400 million to the Irish economy annually; 100 million of which is paid in taxes.. There are over 2,000 people directly employed in the magazine industry with a further 9,000 jobs, such as freelance journalists, photographers and models, reliant on the sector.. Irish magazines are hugely important from a cultural and social point of view.. In a media market flooded with imported content, Irish magazines not only reflect the unique culture of Irish society but they also have provided the training ground for young writers such as Colm Toibin, Maeve Binchy, Joseph O Connor - all of whom started their careers in magazines.. Ireland needs to maintain the indigenous character of Irish magazines and other media outlets, and their role within our overall societal and cultural identity.. Magazines Ireland member companies should be encouraged by government policy to nurture and develop their businesses in a favourable trading environment.. For further information on Magazines Ireland please contact Grace Aungier 01 667 55 79.. 4 May 2011.. Get Into the launch campaign from Monday April 11th.. This Monday sees the launch of our new Brand Campaign, Whatever You re Into, Get Into Eason.. This exciting new departure for us comes after a period of customer research and new creative thinking.. For the first time we have a Brand position that celebrates the diverse interests of our customers and clearly communicates that Eason has something for everyone.. To highlight this important change of gear around the communication about our brand we are delighted to announce a host of high profile launch activity and ask everyone to get involved in raising awareness.. Click here to download Word Doc.. Irish Times Delivery Service, Brian Whelan, March 2011.. Click here to download PowerPoint Presentation.. Exciting times ahead in the world of ABC.. This month we launch our new identity and this newsletter explains the reasons behind the change and what to expect from us in the coming months and beyond.. We are delighted to announce that today ABC and ABCe have united under one brand, putting digital and innovation at the heart of our organisation.. This follows 12 months of developments that have seen us align ourselves to the changing shape of the industry.. Read full story.. Magazine world News - March 2011.. to view in browser.. 0 Market Your Business Online is a conference (March 29th) aimed at owners and executives of small businesses who struggle the most with online marketing.. In a conference calendar already awash with web summits and digital media events, How 2.. 0 is unique as it aims to equip people with know-how - including how to set-up Facebook pages, make a decision on Twitter, get the most from existing websites and hopefully spend very little doing it.. Click here for full details.. Budget Highlights 2011.. Click here to download.. (PDF 328k).. Office of the Press Ombudsman Press Council of Ireland Newsletter.. Click here to download Newsletter.. (PDF 272k).. Always ahead of the fashion pack, IMAGE Magazine leads the way once again with the release of its iPhone and iPad application, which went live over the weekend of November 5, 2010.. IMAGE is the first glossy Irish women s magazine to make the leap into virtual publishing.. Created by PH Media for IMAGE Publications, the IMAGE Magazine app is a page-by-page representation of each month s printed issue; full of the latest ideas and informed opinion on fashion, beauty, people, entertainment and all areas of smart, contemporary Irish living.. The beautifully crafted pages of IMAGE have transferred perfectly from printed page to iPad and iPhone application, says IMAGE Managing Director Richard Power, who pioneered this progressive move for the company.. Not only is the information stunningly displayed and clear to see, but it s easy to navigate.. At all times, the contents page is accessible, to assist the reader in finding specific features, while click through options reveal hidden video clips and related web links.. Luxurious fashion shoots, revealing interviews, trend reports, restaurant, travel and food features, beauty and the popular Miranda s Diary social photography is all available at a price of just 2.. 99 per issue.. IMAGE Magazine s heritage spans 35 years, through which it s  ...   at staffing levels across the board, said McGaley.. There were a number of redundancies and cutbacks.. It s the most unpalatable part of this business but, unfortunately, it is necessary in the current climate.. Image magazine s Richard Power said: I ve been asked can I guarantee that there won t be any redundancies at Image in the next six months.. I can t - everyone has had cutbacks.. Staffing is one of our most expensive outlays, and we continue to look at staff numbers.. We re not replacing staff that leave.. I think people have to upskill themselves and be able to work on both online and print production.. Harmonia decided late last year to move away from the raft of contract publications that it produces, to concentrate on its own titles.. It s very difficult to raise advertising spend for those magazines in a recession, said Casey.. We had to cut staff numbers at the beginning of the year after downsizing our contract publishing sector.. There s no point having a suite of titles in the market right now.. Casey said Harmonia s Food Wine magazine now had sales of almost 9,000 copies every month.. Ireland of the Welcomes, its subscription based US publication, is also bucking the industry trend, with a circulation of almost 84,000.. An Australian version of the magazine will be launched in January.. All three publishing companies have invested in an online presence, and Richard Power believes that the internet is only a threat if magazines don t develop their own websites.. Harmonia launched iVenus.. com in 2000 and revamped it earlier this year.. Online is not the easiest place to create wealth, said Casey.. iVenus has a thriving life of its own, but people still prefer to read a glossy magazine.. Glossies have longevity - people don t tend to keep supplement magazines, but they do hold onto glossy publications.. Look at all the homes, salons and doctors surgeries that keep back issues.. In that respect, an ad is not for a day, it s for a month, and often more.. 18 September 2009.. Ireland's publishers, wholesalers and retailers have joined forces for the first time ever to agree a new set of environmental standards as well as a new code of practice designed to introduce greater efficiency and cooperation within the Irish press industry.. Click here to download press release.. (Word Doc 380k).. John Scanlon - IFSS - 15 September 2009.. Click here to download presentation.. (PPT 32k).. The new name reinforces the unique position Irish magazines play in the cultural, social and economic life in Ireland.. , explains John Mullins, Chairman of the organisation.. Pictured L-R; Michael Fitzpatrick, Harmonia; Adrian Gallagher, Business and Finance; Grace Aungier, Magazines Ireland;Philip McGaley, Dyflin Publications;Margaret Donnelly, IFP Media; Frank Quinn, Mediateam; John Mullins, Zahra Publishing; Denise McQuaid,Ashville Media Group; Richard Power, Image Publications; Lucy Campbell, RTE Publishing; Duan Stokes, Hot Press.. Other members of the executive committee not pictured are Michael Diviney,ICAI; John Whelan,Danstone; Rosemary Delaney, WMB and Elaine Divilly, Golden Egg Productions.. Magazines Ireland represents 43 Irish publishers who together produce over 200 magazines, both consumer and business to business titles.. Magazines Ireland has an important role to play to ensure this sector is allowed to develop and expand to its full potential in the coming years.. , says Mullins.. Irish magazines compete with UK titles for space on the newsstands.. Yet despite this major competition, Irish titles continue to perform well and outsell all others in each category within which they compete.. Irish readers prefer Irish magazines because the content is more relevant, the products and services featured are available in this market and the prices quoted are in the local currency.. We have to build on this and make sure the market conditions, from production and distribution through to retailing and legislation, facilitate the huge potential we know to exist in the magazines sector.. Designers in member magazine companies took part in a competition to design the new corporate logo which was won by Tony Temple from Zahra Publishing.. A full list of members and their titles, including contact details and rate card information is available on the web site.. Defamation Bill - President signs two bills into law.. Thursday, 23 July 2009 10:10.. President McAleese has signed the Defamation Bill and Criminal Justice (Amendment) Bill into law.. She met the Council of State yesterday, who advised her on the legislation's constitutionality and had been considering whether to refer the bills to the Supreme Court.. The bills were recently passed by the Dáil and Seanad.. Click here to download PDF.. (272k).. Irish Market Ready for a shake-up - Irish Printer - June 2009.. (212k).. Design Competition - Magazines Ireland.. Magazines Ireland is the new name for the PPAI.. We have two fantastic weekend breaks in Ireland to give away to the designers of the new Magazines Ireland logo and branding.. All designers in member companies are invited to submit designs for:.. a) a new corporate logo for Magazines Ireland to be used on all communications material from the company.. b) a branding identifier which will clearly identify and market Magazines Ireland members' titles to the consumer as being Irish.. This will be used on the covers of members' magazines and would be something along the lines of We're Irish ; Irish First etc.. Submissions must be received by close of business on Friday 12 June 2009.. The submissions will be judged by the executive committee of Magazines Ireland chaired by John Mullins, Chairman, Magazines Ireland.. A prize of a weekend break in Ireland will be awarded to the winner of each design.. You have two chances to win so get designing!.. We look forward to receiving your entries.. Entries please to:.. Grace Aungier.. Chief Executive.. Magazines Ireland.. 25 Denzille Lane, Dublin 2.. 01 667 55 79 / 086 088 0845.. magazinesireland.. 1.. Freedom of the press is essential to a democratic society.. All governments should uphold, protect and respect the diversity of the press and its political, social and cultural missions.. 2.. Censorship must be absolutely outlawed.. There must be a guarantee that independent journalism in all media is free of persecution, repression and of political or regulatory interference by government.. Press and online media should not be subject to state licensing.. 3.. The right of journalists and media to gather and disseminate information and opinions must not be threatened, restricted or be made subject to punishment.. 4.. The protection of journalistic sources shall be strictly upheld.. Surveillance, interception or physical searches of newsrooms, private rooms or journalists commmunications with the aim of identifying sources of information or infringing on editorial confidentiality are unacceptable.. 5.. All states must ensure that the media enjoy the full protection of the law and the authorities while carrying out their role.. This applies in particular to defending journalists and their employees from physical attack.. Violations of these rights and any threats to violate these rights must be carefully investigated and punished by the judiciary.. 6.. The economic livelihood of the media must not be endangered by the state or by state-controlled institutions.. The threat of economic sanctions is also unacceptable.. 7.. State or state-controlled institutions shall not hinder the freedom of access of the media and journalists to information.. They are obliged to support them in their mandate to provide information.. 8.. Media and journalists have a right to unimpeded access to all news and information sources, including those from abroad.. For their reporting, foreign journalists must be provided with visas, accreditation and other required documents without delay.. 9.. The public of any State shall be granted free access to all national and foreign media and sources of information.. 10.. The State shall not restrict entry into the profession of journalism.. (281k).. The Periodical Publishers' Association of Ireland.. (.. PPAI).. , in association.. Peninsula Business Services.. , held a seminar on Monday 11th May in PPAI Offices focusing on Employment Legislation and Health Safety in the workplace, specifically aimed at owners and Managers.. The informative discussion outlined the latest developments in employment legislation and allowed attendees the opportunity to evaluate their own HR practices.. Just some of the topics covered were: discrimination, migrant workers, redundancy, absence management, grievance disciplinary procedures, minimum notice, unfair dismissal, contracts, leave, NERA and working time regulation.. In our current climate businesses are struggling as a result of legal burdens.. With many companies facing redundancies, proper practice must be adhered to or even the most financially-robust business may face hefty awards or fines.. said Grace Aungier, Chief Executive, Periodical Publishers Association of Ireland.. Peninsula Business Services offers employers 24-hour access to experts on employment and human resources legislation and provides interpretations of the law and advice on human resource management as well as representation and indemnification against employment awards.. Everyone who attended had the opportunity to renew their current Employment Law and Health and Safety Practices.. For further information please contact.. :.. Grace Aungier @ PPAI.. T: 01 667 55 79.. E: grace@magazinesireland.. Olwen Smith @ Peninsula Business Services Ireland.. T: 01 850 60 55.. E:.. olwen.. smith@peninsula-ie.. Sam Ryall @ Peninsula Business Services Ireland.. T: 087 122 5303.. sam.. ryall@peninsula-ie.. Click here to download PDF.. Irish magazines advertising revenue at a huge 215 million.. New figures for advertising spend in Irish magazines show magazines received a huge.. 215 million in advertising revenue putting it in third place, behind only national press and television, and ahead of regional press, outdoor, radio, cinema and the internet.. The Periodical Publishers' Association of Ireland (PPAI) has expressed its satisfaction with the results of this up-to-date survey conducted on advertising revenue in magazines, carried out by Breakdown of Advertising Share and Expenditure (BASE) at the Institute of Advertising Practitioners in Ireland (IAPI).. The.. Magazine Advertising Revenue Survey.. is the fourth comprehensive survey conducted on advertising in magazines in Ireland, and it provides an in-depth analysis of advertising revenue and volume.. This groundbreaking piece of research covers 317 Irish-published magazines.. This new research correctly values the magazine share of the Irish advertising market for 2008.. The relative values show that the advertising spend in Irish magazines accounts for 11% of the total value of Irish advertising, and this compares favourably with international values at similar levels.. Medium.. millions.. %.. National Press.. 806.. 41.. TV.. 363.. 19.. Magazines.. 215.. 11.. Outdoor.. 197.. Regional Press.. 171.. Radio.. 148.. Internet.. 20.. Cinema.. The results of this year's survey is yet another endorsement of the effectiveness and efficiency of the Irish magazine industry to reach core target audiences.. The industry publishes over 300 titles covering the full range of demographics and interest groups in Irish society , said Richard Power, Chairman, PPA Ireland.. For further information please contact Grace Aungier 01 667 55 79.. New PPAI chairman is ready to deal with periodical issues.. Sunday Businss Post:.. Sunday, April 19, 2009.. John Mullins has been elected to the position of Chairman, PPA Ireland.. John has been a member of the PPAI Executive Committee for a number of years and is the Co-founder of Zahra Publishing, publishers of Easy Food, Easy Health and a number of business-to-business titles.. Before returning to Ireland to set up his company, John worked for a number of publishers in London and Sydney including Time Warner, Gruner and Jahr, FPC magazines and Monet Blue.. Irish magazines are determined to sort out their distribution issues and to emerge from the recession with an increased share of the market, according to John Mullins, the new chairman of the Periodical Publishers Association of Ireland (PPAI).. The early months of this year brought a headache for the already under-pressure Irish magazine sector in the shape of a row between retailers and Newspread, the main distributor of papers and magazines.. In order to promote the magazine publishing industry in a proactive way, FAEP intends to launch this year a lobbying campaign entitled:.. As discussed in the last Publishing and Advertising Committee meeting, the aim is to raise politicians' awareness of the importance of magazines for a free and democratic society, as they help citizens to be informed and armed to cope with the many challenges faced in our modern world.. This communication campaign takes place in the frame of the arrival of new MEPs (elections in June) and new members of the Commission (change of Commissioners and their cabinets at the end of 2009).. Several formats will serve this purpose during the campaign.. - Meeting of journalists/editors in chief with the Commission.. - Exhibition at FAEP s Annual Gala Event.. - FAEP s Annual Magazine.. - Film.. - Additional meetings with new MEPs and new members of the Commission.. The campaign is also designed to provide FAEP with data and evidence that magazines are a part of the solution to public concerns (alcohol abuse, obesity, climate change etc.. ) and that regulation (especially of advertising) will only reduce magazines' ability to invest in the creation of trusted content for all EU citizens.. In order to have the most powerful impact possible, we would like you to provide us with some material for this campaign.. In this view we would like you to answer to a questionnaire composed of 2 key questions:.. Could you please provide us with some editorial examples (printed or online articles / cover page) of how magazines contribute to educate citizens on the following topics:.. consumer rights // health // alcohol // obesity // climate change // sustainable lifestyles // children education/parenting.. The articles/cover pages should ideally be sent in pdf format and should include information on the demographic of the readership and the readership figures.. Some examples of the kind of articles/publications we are looking far are below:.. Categories of Magazines.. Type of articles.. - General Interest Women's Weeklies and Monthlies.. - General Interest Men's Weeklies and Monthlies.. - General Interest health-related magazines for women and men.. - Niche health/sport magazines (jogging, surfing, snowboarding etc.. ).. - Parenting magazines.. - Retired people/Elderly magazines.. - General Interest Young People/Teenage Magazines.. - Niche Youth Magazines (Gaming, Music etc.. - Harmful effects of alcohol abuse (in a woman's weekly, for example, talking about young people's alcohol consumption).. - Harmful effects of other substance abuse.. - Sexual health.. - Bad diet, good diet, need to exercise.. - Managing finances, knowing about consumer rights.. - Knowing about energy consumption and individuals/households' environmental footprints.. - Illness awareness etc.. Could you please give us concrete examples of initiatives - direct or indirect - your (member) organization(s) aiming to initiate citizens actions and interaction with society (especially social and environmental activities)?.. Direct examples can be:.. Indirect examples:.. - Online platforms.. - Conferences.. - Award for some readers projects.. - Actions in schools to teach how to use magazines, to make children discover interesting magazines for school.. - CSR activities (for instance Motorpresse, a German publisher editing among other titles car and motorcycle magazines, runned a car safety training for its readers) environment friendly initiatives.. - A weekly woman's magazine about celebrities, soap operas etc.. sold at the checkouts of British supermarkets published an article about domestic violence.. It generated a huge reader response, prompting the publisher to create a blog around this subject so that the readers could interact together, sharing their experiences.. The blog increased awareness of this issue, the community online developed real community, with the members meeting in the real life, to share common experiences and to identify solutions.. Can you please provide us with this material (preferably by mail to.. lucile.. barjot@faep.. org.. ) before the 10 April 2009.. Please do not hesitate to contact Lucile Barjot (.. / +32 2 536 06 08) for any questions you might have.. Thank you very much for your help!.. Best regards,.. Max.. Max von Abendroth.. Director of Communications and Sustainability.. _________________.. European Federation of Magazine Publishers.. Nearly every book published before January 5, 2009 is covered by the Google settlement agreement.. As a copyright owner, you should understand how the Google Book Settlement may affect you.. (68k)..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland) - Market Research
    Descriptive info: Advertising.. Retailing.. Overview.. FIPP World Magazine Trends 2011.. The effects of the recession are still being deeply felt in Ireland.. Although exports have been buoyant, consumer spending remains weak and seems likely to remain in that state for at least the next two years.. Increased general taxes and more in- creases in interest rates will further dampen spending.. As a result, the advertising spend in the magazine market continues to decline sharply.. It declined 35% over the past three years, with sharp restrictions on spending by advertising continuing this year.. Little upswing is forecast for 2012.. With little or no improvement in the economy, including any reduction in the unemployment rate of close to 15%, this year is very challenging for the magazine industry and looks like it will stay that way in 2012.. The recession hit Irish consumers earlier and harder than their counterparts in the UK, so the magazine sector as a whole has seen a decline of close to 20% in 2011.. Click here to download Report.. (PDF 492k).. 10 Things to Love about Magazines.. Video promotion produced by PPA UK entitled 10 Things to Love about Magazines is available by.. clicking here.. Research on Advertising in Magazines.. Alcohol Marketing, Communications Sponsorship Codes of Practice.. (PDF 364k).. The Case for Magazine Adverising.. (PPT 1.. 4 MB).. The Case for Magazine Advertising - full 64 page report.. (PDF 476 kB).. Advertising in a Recession.. 4 MB).. The Research Evidence- Ireland International.. (PPT 4.. 2 MB).. Advertising Revenue Survey 2009.. (Word Doc 80k).. Decision-Makers' Attitudes to Business to Business Magazines.. The objective of the research was to determine the perceptions and attitudes of key decision makers in the business community towards different media.. The findings are most  ...   terms of their usefulness to business decision-makers.. This research shows B2B magazines to be an essential medium which readers use to keep themselves up to date with what's going on in their industry.. It arms our members with an even stronger case to make to advertisers on the power of B2B magazines as a medium.. Click here to download presentation.. 5 MB).. PPA Ireland.. An Analysis of the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Advertising on the island of Ireland.. The findings are most encouraging for magazine publishers and validate research which is already available in the UK and in America which verifies that magazine advertising works.. The research was commissioned by the magazine publishers' group The Periodical Publishers' Association of Ireland (PPAI) and was conducted by the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business at UCD.. It covers both consumer and B2B magazines on the island of Ireland.. The main findings conclude that:.. Compared to other media, magazines have a closer, more personal, more individual relationship with their readers.. It is the medium that respondents felt best reflected their personal beliefs and attitudes.. Advertising in magazines is shown to be more credible and relevant.. Magazines can have a strong influence on the purchase decision.. Compared to other media, magazines contain little or no advertising waste.. In relation to newspapers, magazines:.. are significantly read more from cover to cover.. are referred back to more often and therefore the advertising works harder.. Grace Aungier, Chief Executive, PPA Ireland said This research now arms our members with an even stronger case to make to advertisers on the power of magazines as a medium.. It gives advertising agencies concrete proof of the benefits of magazines as a major advertising medium within the Irish market..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland) - Events
    Descriptive info: Irish Magazines Awards.. Publising 360.. Professional Discussion Groups.. Training.. Magazines Ireland Digital Forum 2012.. Chartered Accountants House,.. 47-49 Pearse Street,.. Our inaugural conference Publishing 360 was a great success and we had a huge turnout to hear our speakers Colin Crawford, digital media expert and former publisher of MacWorld US; the publisher of WIRED, Rupert Turnbull and  ...   Platforms at Dennis Publishing which included nearly three years as Editor in Chief of iGIZMO.. If you would like a copy of the presentations please contact Grace Aungier.. Blog by Michael Byrne ConceptWorX Limited.. The pictures of the event are available at the links below.. Gallery of the Event.. Click here for more information of the event..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland) - Advertisers Top Line Data
    Descriptive info: Top Line Data.. Circulation.. Rates.. Readership.. Magazine Listing.. Full details.. agendaNi magazine.. Architecture Ireland incorporating Irish Architect.. Ashford and Dromoland Castle Guest Relations Book.. Association of Consulting Engineers.. ASTIR.. Auto Ireland.. AUTO TRADE Journal.. Bodyshop Journal.. Build Your Own House and Home.. Business Eye.. Business Ireland.. ComputerScope.. Confetti.. Confetti 25 Real Weddings.. Construct Ireland - for a sustainable future.. Construction.. Construction Annual.. Dublin Port Yearbook.. Dundrum.. EasyFood.. Easyhealth.. Eat Out.. Euro Times.. FAI guide to the League of Ireland.. Food & Wine Magazine.. Food Ireland Yearbook & Directory.. Forage & Nutrition Guide.. Franchise & Business Options.. Health Manager.. Hot Press.. House and Home.. HOUSE|architecture|design|garden|advice.. ICOS Directory.. Image.. Image  ...   Directory.. Irish PharmaChem Yearbook & Directory.. Irish Tatler Magazine.. Irish Veterinary Journal.. ITIA YEARBOOK & DIARY.. Journal of the Irish Dental Association.. K Magazine.. KISS Magazine.. Law Society Gazette.. LVA Directory & Diary.. Maternity & Infant.. MOTORSHOW - Annual Car Buyers' Guide.. NI Homes & Lifestyle.. PC Live!.. PetCare.. Prudence.. Renovate.. Retail News.. Retail News Directory.. RIAI Yearbook & Diary.. SCS Review.. SelfBuild & Improve Your Home.. ShelfLife.. Spokeout.. Stellar Magazine.. Technology Ireland.. The DOGS Directory.. The Engineers Journal.. The Guide to the Championship.. The Irish Garden.. The Irish Motorsport Annual.. The Market.. The Media Directory.. TResearch.. TV Now Magazine.. TYRE TRADE Journal.. U Magazine.. VIP Magazine.. Woman's Way..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland) - Training Courses
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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland) - Market Research
    Descriptive info: Magazine Recycling Ads.. to download half page horizontal.. (740k PDF).. to download half page vertical.. (600k PDF).. to download full page.. (1.. 5MB PDF).. Magazines Ireland recycle logo.. Code of Practice for The Press Industry.. to download pdf version (788k).. ESPI: Environment Standards for the Press Industry.. to download pdf version (2.. 8MB).. to download press release (Word Doc 380k)..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland) - Contact
    Descriptive info: Grace Aungier,.. Magazines Ireland,.. 25 Denzille Lane, Dublin 2.. Phone: 353 1 667 55 79.. email:.. Name:.. Job Title:.. Company:.. Phone:.. Email:.. Address:.. Query:..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland)
    Descriptive info: MAGAZINES IRELAND.. What is Magazines Ireland?.. Magazines Ireland is the trade association of magazine publishers.. Its objective 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.. What is the value of the Irish magazine market?.. How many people are employed in the magazine industry?.. How many magazines are bought in Ireland? Every year, 50 million magazines are bought in Ireland, 10 million of which are Irish.. What are some of the issues that Magazines Ireland is involved in?.. On the distribution side, Magazines Ireland has worked with newsstand distributors, retailers and Magazines Ireland members in changing the way the newsstand distribution chain works in order to make it more efficient; environmentally sound; to increase sales efficiency and ultimately to make it easier for its members to ensure that our magazines get into the hands of our readers.. Magazines Ireland has a seat on the.. Press Council of Ireland.. to represent magazines and has maintained the interests of magazine publishers, both members  ...   and retailers conduct their business in a more efficient and environmental friendly manner which is based on self-regulation.. As well as providing training courses and seminars for members Magazines Ireland has also established a number of.. Professional Discussion Groups.. for Publishers; Editors; Designers; Advertising Managers and Credit Managers.. Magazines Ireland has brought forward a number of initiatives to the ABC and continues to have a strong voice on the.. ABC Irish Council.. Magazines Ireland is a member of the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI); the European Federation of Magazine Publishers (FAEP); the International Federation of Periodical Publishers (FIPP) and is affiliated to PPA UK.. Magazines Ireland commissions regular.. research.. behalf of its members - an annual advertising revenue survey as well as readership research.. Another important event is the annual.. Irish Magazine Awards.. The awards are an important step in showcasing the best Irish talent in magazine publishing and in raising the profile of this key sector in Ireland.. The Irish Magazine Awards take place in December at The Four Seasons Hotel.. Who are the people behind Magazines Ireland.. Grace Aungier Chief Executive.. Duan Stokes Hot Press Chairman.. John Mullins Zahra Publishing - Deputy Chairman.. Philip McGaley Dyflin Publications Honorary Treasurer.. Richard Power Image.. Rosemary Delaney WMB.. Diarmaid Lennon Ashville Media.. Philippa Gee RTE Publishing.. Frank Quinn Mediateam.. John Whelan Danstone.. Rebecca Markey IFP Media.. Michael Diviney Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.. Colin Kerr EuroTimes Victoria Bradshaw - Harmonia..

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  • Title: Magazines Ireland (formerly PPA Ireland)
    Descriptive info: Irish Magazine Awards 2010.. What is a Magazine?.. Magazine.. (noun).. The word 'magazine' describes branded, edited content often supported by advertising or sponsorship and delivered in print or other forms.. Traditionally, magazines have been printed periodicals which are most commonly published weekly, monthly or quarterly.. These may  ...   magazines exist online where content is available through websites or in digital editions, or delivered by email as an electronic newsletter.. Many magazine brands also deliver tailored information services to their audiences.. Magazine brands also engage with their audiences face-to-face by organising exhibitions, conferences and other events..

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