Archive for the ‘Research & Trends’ Category

Adult Pornography no longer no.1 concern of Irish Parents regarding children’s use of the Internet

June 25, 2014

A recent Nationwide Survey commissioned by Hotline.ie has found that Irish parents ranked “exposure to dangerous people” as their number one concern regarding children’s use of the Internet.

Similar research conducted 13 years ago, in 2001, for the Government’s Internet Advisory Board, showed access to adult pornography as the top concern. Not only has adult pornography dropped to 2nd place but (more…)

Oisin Byrne – Children’s use of the Internet in Ireland

May 30, 2014

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iReach Insights is full Market Research Agency supporting all research methodologies. According to Oisin Byrne – Managing Director –  iReach is the only Research Agency in Ireland that owns  Research Panels, one for Business Decisions and one for Consumer Decisions and does not share this panel with any 3rd Parties or other Agencies. iReach has built a Nationally Representative Consumer Panel with 30,000 opt-ins mirroring CSO demographics and 8,500 Business Decision Makers.

Oisin Byrne revealed the results of iReach Nationwide Public Survey concerning Parental Attitudes to (more…)

ISPAI Welcomes Google’s New Play Music Store to the Irish Online Marketplace

April 11, 2013

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On foot of the announcement of their arrival yesterday, the ISPAI are delighted to welcome Google’s new Play Music Store to the Irish market. Coming in the wake of advice by the European Commission regarding multi-territory licensing: consumer choice is now greater than ever in the legal music download and streaming space and we’re glad that Ireland has joined the ranks of the 18 countries worldwide, where Google Play Music Store is on offer. (more…)

Spotify Arrives in Ireland

November 16, 2012

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ISPAI Welcomes Launch of Independent Online Music Store “Spotify” in the Irish market

ISPAI warmly welcomes the official arrival of independent online music stores in Ireland with the launch this week of the Irish service of “Spotify”. The Association has long called for such a move, stating that the provision of innovative online music distribution services is the way of the future. (more…)