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Media, Media Future, Media Relations November 8, 2017

How the Media Use Social Media

All forms of media now have the potential to be instant. Be it Netflix’s latest original series or a breaking news story from the other side of the world. It’s safe to say we’re now living in an age where information can travel around the globe at lightning speed with no time or geographical barriers.

Communications, Ireland, Media Future September 21, 2016

MediaHQ – Revolutionising media intelligence for almost 10 years

Like many of the great saas companies, MediaHQ gives people the gift of time. Marketing and PR professionals spend an enormous amount of their productive time on grunt work, such as; researching media changes, updating media contacts, creating lists, ensuring their information is correct. This time could be spent on creative work, finding stories and

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.

Blogs, Brand Storytelling, Facebook July 22, 2016

Then & Now – The world of PR

Change is inevitable, change is constant. The world of Public Relations is no exception to this rule.  Here is a look at some of the ways in which the world of PR has changed over the years.  Blogging  Companies no longer have to solely depend on reporters to get their story out, they can publish themselves

Appointments, Blogs, Broadcasting October 19, 2015

Newly appointed head of RTÉ.ie to commence role next month

RTE has appointed Neil Leyden as head of The national broadcaster held a public competition looking for the new product owner of the website. Neil Leyden, who previously worked as a senior product manager for INM, will be expected to lead the “strategic roadmap and oversee the performance of Ireland’s number one media website.”

Blogs, Business, careers September 24, 2015

How Ian Kehoe saved the SBP’s sinking ship

Irish journalist Ian Kehoe took up the mantle of Sunday Business Post editor in October 2014 in the midst of an era of examinership, crippling debt and uncertainty. Over the course of five years the paper’s circulation figures had plummeted from a robust 57,783 copies per week to a paltry 32,498 meaning revenue was nearly halved.

Blogs, Broadcasting, Content September 22, 2015

MVP to host popular Banter podcast talk

Banter is an event dedicated to telling stories, recording public interviews, conversations and discussions. In their own words: “We tell stories about this, that and the other”. Banter, which originated in Dublin’s recently departed Twisted Pepper venue, has dealt with some pretty big names in the media world, including Sunday Business Post editor Ian Kehoe,

Blogs, Brandwatch, Business August 27, 2015

What’s it like being a CEO at 25? Meet founder Ali Ryan

Media HQ sat down with founder/CEO/editor Alexandra Ryan to talk about the brand she’s single handedly created, along with her ambition and entrepreneurial spirit. If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to be a CEO in your 20’s then keep on reading! So I was hoping you could tell me how you got started

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