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Feature, Irish Journalists, Media April 29, 2016

5 on Friday: Features journalists to connect with

Bank holiday weekends were made for perusing the papers.

Communications, DCU, Irish Times April 29, 2016

Noel Curran’s best and worst days as Director General of RTE

For our latest episode of Mediaflash we attended Noel Curran’s final talk as Director General of RTE at the Future of Journalism in Dublin City University. We recorded clips from his talk that we later discussed in studio with two of Ireland’s most important media commentators Laura Slattery of The Irish Times and Colette Sexton

Beat 102 103, Irish Radio, JNLR April 28, 2016

JNLR regional focus: 3 stations that came out on top

The regional stations were the real winners of yesterday’s JNLR survey results.  It seems that listenership figures are up almost across the board in regional stations.  From Clare to Kildare, CEOs and presenters were shouting their results from the roof tops. Here’s 3 that did particularly well: Beat 102-103 The JNLR survey results were exceptionally

Broadcasting, Business, Irish Radio April 28, 2016

JNLR – 3 great business shows

With the JNLR figures finally out, it’s been all business over here at Today we’re looking at the business shows which air weekly on our favorite stations.  Here’s 3 great ones: RTE Radio 1 – The Business The Business airs every Saturday between the hours of 10 and 11am. It’s presented by journalist and

Experts, Media Tips, Training April 28, 2016

How to become an expert in the media

Here’s how to position yourself as a reliable commentator and become an expert source to the media.

Bespoke, Communications, Companies April 28, 2016

5 communications tips for better workplace relations

For the past two months Luas strikes have been dotting our calendars, and whatever your opinion on the employees and Transdev, strikes are a burden on everyone. In any organisation, strikes are clearly something you want to avoid. They result in untrusting customers, no matter how loyal, unhappy clients and generally bad press. Here are

2fm, Ireland, Irish April 27, 2016

JNLR – What you need to know

To keep on top of the media in Ireland, you need to know what’s popular and what’s a flop. The JNLR figures are great insight into the minds and ears of Irish audiences. We have sifted through the latest figures and the top shows. Here’s what you need to know. 1.Listenership Nationwide The good news

Informing, Media, PR April 27, 2016

How to create a great hook for your story

The hook is one of the most important aspects of any story or press release. Without a great hook, permission is absent and your target audience have no reason to read your content. By taking the time to craft an attention grabbing hook, you’ll improve the quality of your story and grab your readers ‘hook’,

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