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5 minutes with the media, entertainment, Irish Journalists April 10, 2017

5 minutes with the media – Alison Ring

Media HQ are running a series of short interviews with some of the country’s many talented journalists. In this series you can see why they do what they do, what they love, what they hate and who they look up to. In this post we speak to Alison Ring.  What is your current role in

Actor, entertainment, RTE September 19, 2016

Praise for RTÉ2 as it invests in female-driven drama

Yesterday the press and lucky invitees had the opportunity to attend the screening of Can’t Cope Wont Cope – RTÉ2’s newest drama-comedy. Attendees got the chance to view the first two episodes and sit in on a Q&A with the Sunday Times’ Eithne Shorthall and those involved in the show. The coming-of-age comedy is about female

Awesome, entertainment, Ireland July 18, 2016

Media Moves – Refreshing new additions for Summer

Oh Summer, school’s out, 99s galore, and the country seems to be on a go-slow. Not the media though, it’s a time for re-invention, experimentation and new additions. Over the past few days we have seen a number of new appointments and exciting new media opportunities. It was recently announced that Elaine Prendeville will be

Broadcasting, entertainment, Radio June 9, 2016

Team Behind the Show: Dermot and Dave

We turn the spotlight this week towards the team behind the Dermot & Dave Show over on Today FM. The team will be kept busy for the coming weeks with the two lads hitting the European Championships trail and heading over the France to support the boys in green. They even have their own Euros song,

Blogs, Broadcasting, careers March 10, 2016

The team behind The Last Word

This week Media HQ are shining a spotlight on one of Ireland’s most popular current affairs and news radio programmes.

Blogs, entertainment, Grammar Happy February 29, 2016

Grammar Happy-The Oxford Comma

Grammar Nazis are quite frankly the scourge of many an online comment section, diverting attention away from (hopefully) thoughtful, intelligent discourse. They do this by less than subversive means and needle and poke until a moderator intervenes. So what is a grammar Nazi you may ask (in case you’ve been living under a rock)? Well

Awesome, Blogs, Companies February 25, 2016

Brands that capitalised on #GE16 fever

After what could be described as a fairly uneventful election drive, silence has finally befallen the 2016 General Election campaign trail.

2fm, Anniversary, Arts February 24, 2016

Irish radio brings you key 1916 coverage this Easter

This year’s 1916 commemorations will enjoy prominence on national Irish radio. RTE have unveiled a content and events programme which promises extensive digital content for greater accessibility. There will also be a greater focus on Irish language and young people’s programming.

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