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Rose of Tralee, RTE, Social Media August 23, 2016

Social Media – why we love to hate the Rose of Tralee

For some people, seeing Daithí O’Sé on stage in the dome is what summer is all about. For others, it means actively avoiding the TV for a few nights.  But, whether you love or hate the Rose of Tralee, you have to admit it takes Social Media by storm in Ireland and here’s why.  It

Irish Journalists, Media Changes, Media on the Move August 23, 2016

Media on the move – The latest changes

No matter how busy the media industry is, change is a constant. We take a look at the movers and shakers from the past few days.  Kevin Kilbane  Irish footballing legend Kevin Kilbane has joined Newstalk’s sports show Off The Ball.  Kevin has lots of media experience, having covered soccer with both TV3 and the BBC.

Communications, Creativity August 22, 2016

How to be creative? Step outside of the office

Regardless of the industry you work in, creativity and productivity are needed to be successful. However, sometimes it can be hard to find creativity in the workplace. This is why creative workspaces are very popular, as they help to get the juices flowing. Creative offices are set up to serve your creative needs as opposed to

Media, RTE, Televison August 22, 2016

7 things you are sure to hear on the Rose of Tralee tonight

You know August is coming to an end when all eyes are on Daithi in the Dome, and while none of the MediaHQ staff are contestants (yet!) we wanted to get in on the fun. Here are seven phrases you are sure to hear tonight in Tralee: How’s Mom? (It’s a Kerry thing) or How’s

Featured Journalist, Freelance Journalism, Irish Journalists August 19, 2016

Featured Journalist – Ewan MacKenna

This week MediaHQ‘s featured journalist is the one and only Ewan MacKenna.  Ewan is an in demand freelance sports writer for The Times, The Sunday Business Post, The Independent, The Examiner, The New York Times, ESPN, Bleacher Report and Blizzard.  Ewan originally started out as a political aide in 2002, working for for Labour TD for South Kildare,

Press Release, Stories, Storytelling August 19, 2016

Most viewed story of the week

Happy Friday! We are back again with our most viewed story of the week.  The title of this week’s most viewed story was “Largest ever Cannonball event for Ireland”. This story contained the details of the Cannonball event, which were announced at a VIP party in Zozimus, Dublin.   Now in its eight year, the Supercar spectacle

Olympics, PR, PR Tips August 18, 2016

5 PR Lessons from Team Ireland at the Olympics

Silence doesn’t fill a vacuum: The IABA’s response to the Michael O’Reilly doping Before the games even got going, Irish boxer Michael O’Reilly was suspended from the Olympics for failing a drug test. The story broke, embarrassingly, during the tournament draw. Irish coaches scurried away from the glare of the media not knowing what to

Media, Media Future, Social Media August 18, 2016

3 Ways News Organisations are Becoming More Dynamic

We all know that newspapers and media organisations are having to be more versatile. With print sales falling and falling, they have to go where the traffic is and share stories online.  Organisations share their stories on their websites and share their articles on Social Media, particularly Facebook and Twitter. But this is not enough.

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