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Media, Media Relations, Sport August 11, 2017

Memorable media moments from the English Premier League

Finally, the long wait is over. The Premier League returns tonight as Arsenal go head-to-head with Leicester. A new season means another year of controversy and entertainment, and what more could we want? To mark its return, we decided to take a look at some of the most memorable media moments from seasons past. LOVE

Interview, Media, Media Relations February 8, 2017

How not to regret your next media interview

“I shouldn’t have said that. I should not have said that.” – Hagrid, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.  Remember, a good media interview can make or break you. A bad one, or even saying something you haven’t thought about, can come back to bite you. The best way to dodge an oops moment is

Communications, Media Relations, Media Tips December 22, 2016

On the 11th day of Christmas – How to become a media expert

How to become a media expert   It’s the penultimate day of our 12 days of Christmas content, meaning we’re so close to Christmas day!  To celebrate, we’re providing you with crucial information on how to position yourself as a reliable commentator and become an expert source to the media. Many professionals shy away from

Communications, Media Relations, Media Tips October 20, 2016

Media training with Cam Newton

The NFL’s reigning MVP is quite a character, and that’s putting it extremely lightly. Cam Newton is a man who loves doing what he does.  Throwing touchdowns, performing heroic acrobatics, visiting sick children and just being Cam comes with a lot of media attention. So we decided to take a look at what we can learn

Business, Irish Journalists, Irish Radio October 19, 2016

Media under the microscope – Business shows

There are many excellent business shows on Irish radio, with emphasis on both local and national business.  We take a closer look at some of the nations most listened to business shows.  Down to Business  Newstalk’s Down to Business is one of the countries most listened to business shows. It is hosted by Bobby Kerr, the

Education, Experts, Media September 29, 2016

Why media training is a must for academics

Many academics do not have any media training, and maybe do not realise how beneficial it can be for them and their work. The reason it can be so beneficial is simple. It’s because most academics will usually have a very important message to get across to inform and educate their audience. The better they can

Interview, Magazine, Media Relations September 13, 2016

5 Minutes with Magpie – Ireland’s latest magazine for women

Last week was abuzz with the the launch of Magpie – Ireland’s latest magazine for women. We got our hands on a copy as soon as we could and we must say we were impressed. To find out more about the new addition we got chatting to Deirdre Fitzpatrick, co-founder and creative director, about the inspiration for Magpie, their

Ireland, Journalism, Media Changes September 12, 2016

Media on the move – Monday’s media changes

What would a Monday be without a ‘media on the move’  blog post and there has been plenty of moving and shaking in the media over the past few days. So grab yourself a coffee and get familiar with all the latest media changes: Laura Roddy has been added as a journalist with The Irish Farmers’

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