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Communications, Content, Creativity June 24, 2019

3 columnists blazing the trail for future journalists

Ireland has always been a hub of creativity.  Some of the world’s greatest writers flourish on our little island, and many are yet to come.  In Ireland alone, there are over 5,000 journalists working professionally. The journalism industry is fast paced and ever changing, and has been subjected to many challenges throughout the last number of years.

Events, Irish Independent, Irish Journalists May 24, 2019

Top 3 journalists who covered the repeal campaign

It’s hard to believe it’s been a full year since one of the most controversial referendums in Irish history that split the country into two deeply separate sides of the argument. Repealing the 8th amendment was a huge turning point in our society which many journalists had the opportunity and privilege to cover. Below are

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.

Irish Journalists, Opinion March 7, 2019

World Book Day in Ireland: 4 of Ireland’s top literary journalists

World Book Day is a charitable endeavour that aims to encourage a love for books and reading among children. Founded 23 years ago, World Book Day has since gone from strength to strength. Its premise is very straightforward, to provide a free book to as many children as possible. In Ireland and the UK, World

Communications, Creativity, How To Content February 15, 2019

Have you hit a writing block with your press release? Here’s how to overcome it

We’ve all hit that seemingly insurmountable brick wall we call writer’s block. It is inevitable, it happens every writer and is something we must learn to transcend. That is why our team here at MediaHQ have come up with some suggestions to help you block out the block. There are many reasons that can lead

Communications, Content, MediaHQ.com January 30, 2019

PR lessons we learned from watching that Fyre Festival documentary

Since Netflix released their Fyre Festival documentary a few weeks ago, the team here haven’t stopped talking about ‘the party that never happened’. In case you’ve missed out on the hype, the documentary follows the story of high-profile tour promoter Billy McFarland and rapper Ja Rule as they attempted to throw an all exclusive, celeb-studded festival

Communications, Creativity, Media October 9, 2018

PR and emotional branding: A Love Story

What brands automatically make you feel good? Whether you associate it with a happy memory, a person or just a really good product, we all have our favourite brands that we have emotional attachments to. Think of the warmth of a golden retriever curled up by a fireplace, or the fun in throwing a ball

Communications, Opinion, Politics September 9, 2016

4 reasons why John Halligan’s ‘boy who cried wolf routine’ is a poor way to communicate

This week saw Independent Alliance Minister John Halligan threaten, for what seems like the umpteenth time, to pull out of Government. The reason, this time, was his rejection of an independent report on cardiac services in Waterford Regional Hospital. Here are the four reasons I think Minister Halligan’s ‘boy who cried wolf routine’ is a

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