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Broadcasting, Creativity, entertainment June 13, 2019

How HBO’s Chernobyl shows how to thread together an effective story

In honour of Barthelemy Thimonnier’s invention, National Sewing Machine Day is now observed on 13 June. This day represents more than just the sewing machine. It encapsulates something much larger, that when fragmented items are threaded together, they create something more than just the sum of their parts. Nowhere is this more evident than when

Film, MediaHQ.com, Opinion May 2, 2019

Top PR films you should watch

“You don’t know what it’s like to be me out here for you … Help me, help you” Tom Cruise, playing the rogue sports agent Jerry Maguire, begs of his only client, Cuba Gooding Jr, in the changing room of a gym. This is one of the most famous agent-client relationship scenes of all time.

Film, Irish Journalists, Who to watch February 21, 2019

3 Irish film critics to watch this Oscar’s season

Following the announcement of The Oscars nominations a few weeks ago, the media world has been a buzz with speculative articles predicting this year’s winners. The 2019 Academy Awards are set to be particularly exciting for an Irish audience, with Irish produced film The Favourite nominated for a slew of awards. Along with our share

Film, Media, MediaHQ February 20, 2018

Top 5 film journalists to follow

The Audi Dublin International Film Festival starts tomorrow and runs until March 4th. The festival showcases the best talent in the film industry from both here in Ireland, as well as from abroad. On this topic, we want to take a closer look at Irish journalists doing great things for our film industry.   #1

Film, Journalism February 17, 2016

Spotlight Team – Where are they now?

Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight is arguably the best journalism film since All The President’s Men. An inspiring and moving biopic, it depicts The Boston Globe’s Spotlight investigative team during their 2001-2002 investigation into child sex abuse in the Boston area by a number of Roman Catholic priests.

Film, Irish Journalists, Journalism January 11, 2016

Key staff appointments within the Irish Times

The Irish Times has shaken things up in 2016 with two new appointments over the past few days.   

Changes, Content, Creativity October 19, 2015

Media HQ’s top three social media stories of the week

#1 Monstrous fun this Hallowe’en at dlr Lexlcon The dlr Lexlcon Library will be offering a range of activities for kids in the run up to Hallowe’en. They will be hosted a variety of ghoulish art and freaky crafts on Friday 23rd October with the free ‘Make and Boo’ workshop.

entertainment, Film, TV September 8, 2015

What we learned from #mediacon2015

The Mansion House in Dublin was host to an International TV and Tech event today called MediaCon 2015. The main focus at todays event was “the future of Irish television,” according to Stephen McCormack, Co-founder of MediaCon. Original founder of the event, Lesley O’Connor, is already well known for being the former executive producer of

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