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September’s Media Movements

30.09.19

September saw a number of changes across Irish media with the announcement of the launch of a new online publication as well as high profile movements within the industry. Below you can find a sample of some of the Irish media movements that have taken place throughout the month: The Currency has launched its online […]

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August’s media movements

30.08.19

August saw a number of changes across Irish media with the announcement of the closure of three regional newspapers as well as high profile movements within the industry.  Below you can find a sample of some of the Irish media movements that have taken place over the month: The Clare People has printed its last […]

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July’s media movements

31.07.19

July was a busy month in the world of Irish media with a number of high profile changes across radio, television and print journalism.  Below you can find a sample of some of the Irish media movements that have taken place over the month: Richard Oakley appointed Editor of the Sunday Business Post Richie will […]

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June’s Media Movements

28.06.19

June was a busy month in the world of Irish media with a number of high profile changes across radio, television and print journalism. Here at MediaHQ, we try to make it easier for you to stay on top of the ever changing world of media as our dedicated research team update our newsfeed multiple times a day. […]

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May’s Media Movements

31.05.19

May was a busy month in the world of Irish media with a number of high-profile changes across radio, television and print journalism. Here at MediaHQ, we’ve taken the grunt work out of keeping your media lists updated as our dedicated research team update our media newsfeed multiple times a day. Below you can find […]

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The lasting power of print media

21.05.19

On Sunday, March 25, 2018, Facebook ran a full page printed ad in a number of newspapers, including The Observer and the Sunday Times. The ad was an apology letter for the Cambridge Analytica scandal that saw the data of 87 million Facebook users breached. With the company’s stock plummeting, and high-profile individuals telling users […]

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Media

3 reasons why local newspapers are so important

13.05.19

In the digital age, there is a lot of talk about the decline of print media, on both a local and national level. However, local newspapers play a crucial role in people’s lives, providing them with a reliable source of information concerning the immediate world around them. In honour of local newspapers, we at MediaHQ […]

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April’s Media Movements

30.04.19

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’ve taken 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 […]

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PR

5 steps to solving a PR crisis

25.04.19

In the 20th century, there was a 24-hour news cycle. If a PR crisis emerged, you had hours to develop an effective press release and a strategy to cope with media backlash. In the 21st century, there is a nanosecond news cycle. All the luxuries of distance between the time of your crisis and the […]

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