Title: Affiliation: IAPI.
Tel: 087 411 2596
Title: Learning Waves Skillnet is the leading provider of training for the Independent Commercial Radio Sector in Ireland, providing training that is tailored to meet the needs of the sector, training that is of high quality and affordable to all its members.
Tel: 042 935 1797
Title: Representing 46 local weekly paid for newspapers of record in the Republic of Ireland.
Tel: 01 677 9116
Fax: 01 677 9144
Title: The National League of the Blind of Ireland was founded in 1898 and operated until recently as a trade union for blind and visually-Impaired workers in the workshops for the blind which are now defunct. In 2008 it was granted charity status and provides services to nearly 150 members.
Tel: 01 874 2792/5827
Fax: 01 878 7139
Title: NewsBrands Ireland (formerly National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI)) is the representative body for all national newspapers, print and online.
Tel: 01 668 9099
Fax: 01 668 9872
Title: NLI is a rights management organisation that facilitates the commercial use (copying) of newspaper and magazine content. We deliver simple, low-cost solutions that permit companies to access, copy and share press content while ensuring that the rights of the copyright holders – the publishers – are respected.
Tel: 01 668 9099
Title: The only not-for-profit trade association exclusively dedicated to serving the interests of all those involved in retail marketing.
Tel: 087 6188757
Title: The Press Council of Ireland and the Office of the Press Ombudsman have been set up to safeguard and promote professional and ethical standards in Irish newspapers and magazines. The Press Council is the new independent regulatory body, and appoints the Press Ombudsman.
Tel: 01 648 9130
Fax: 01 674 0046
Title: The Public Relations Institute of Ireland (PRII) is dedicated to promoting the professional practice of public relations in Ireland, and to serving the best interests of people working in the profession.
Tel: 01 661 8004
Fax: 01 676 4562
Title: Publishing Ireland was founded as CLÉ – Irish Book Publishers' Association in 1970 as a response to the need felt by publishers to share expertise and resources in order to benefit from opportunities and solve problems which were of common concern to all.
Tel: 01 639 4868