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Communications, Content, Creativity February 13, 2019

3 charities with in-house PR teams we’re loving

With Valentine’s fast approaching, we want to share the love. There are thousands of charities across the nation, all doing incredible work to better the lives of others in their own individual way. Due to the nature of our software, the team here at MediaHQ are lucky enough to witness the brilliant charities in action

Communications, Content, Media February 8, 2019

Where are they now: Team behind the Late Late Show, 1999

Leafing through the MediaHQ archives can teach you a lot about the history of Ireland’s media landscape. In 2006, MediaHQ founder Jack Murray purchased the Irish Media Contacts Directory from RTÉ’s Mike Burns, eventually bringing it online and building a media contacts database. Copies of the directory dating back to 1991 can be found tucked

Communications, Content, Creativity February 6, 2019

Top 5 journalists to follow for the latest Brexit updates

Brexit has dominated the news headlines for the last two years and as the March 29 deadline looms, uncertainties surrounding the deal and outcomes only intensify. It’s been a long process with many twists and turns and there’s still not a whole lot of clarity about what’s going to happen once the withdrawal from the EU

Communications, Content, Media February 6, 2019

5 UK and Ireland PR events and conferences you don’t want to miss

Whether you want to stay on top of emerging trends, network with others in the industry or even eye up the competition, attending PR conferences is a great way to develop a solid network of peers in your industry as well as get advice from those in the industry. We have pulled together five great

Communications, Content, Journalism February 4, 2019

5 phrases to ditch from your PR writing in 2019

Creating press releases, creating proposals and writing strategies are all part and parcel of a PR Pro’s job. However, even with killer headlines and a great story hook–your story is automatically weakened if your press release is littered with meaningless and overused words and phrases. We’ve mentioned it in previous posts but the worlds of

Communications, Content, Media February 4, 2019

Top Ten UK Newspaper Publications

As people throughout the UK continue to find alternative sources to consume news, newspaper circulation has fallen across the board. Of the ten most popular newspapers in the country, the Sunday Mirror is the worst hit with a circulation drop of 14%. However, it is not all doom and gloom for print media and the

Communications, Content, Humour February 1, 2019

5 ways to increase the news value of a PR pitch

Think about the last news programme you watched or heard. Was there a common theme across the stories? Were they all bad news, or was there a mixture of good and bad? Journalists look for stories that attract a significant audience or readership. By developing a set of news values, they can determine what’s going

Communications, Content, Creativity January 31, 2019

January’s Media Movements

The media industry never stands still, and with people moving jobs, retiring, and leaving the industry on a daily basis it can be difficult to keep up. We take the grunt work out of keeping your media lists updated as our dedicated research team update our media newsfeed multiple times a day. Here we provide just a

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