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Irish Journalists, Journalism, Media April 5, 2018

Why journalists in Ireland should be on MediaHQ

If you’re a journalist working in Ireland, here’s why we think you would benefit from being listed on MediaHQ. Firstly, how does MediaHQ work? The company started out as a media directory book but moved to an online system in 2009. MediaHQ is now a combination of a cloud-based media contacts directory and a system for sending

5 minutes with the media, Irish Journalists, Newstalk February 21, 2018

5 Minutes with the Media – Eoin Sheahan, Off The Ball

Every week we sit down with a member of the media to discuss their roles and explore the workings of the industry. (We also ask them for any pitching tips for all your PR Professionals). This week, it’s Newstalk’s (and Kerry’s) Eoin Sheahan.   1. What is your current role in the media and what does

Broadcasting, Irish Journalists, Journalism January 30, 2018

Get to know the 3News Ireland team

With over 8,000 journalists in the MediaHQ database, it can be difficult to keep track of everyone working in the Irish media industry. We’ve decided to make getting to know the people you’re pitching to a little easier by introducing you to the teams behind your favourite news shows. This time we’re giving you the

5 minutes with the media, Irish Journalists, Radio January 10, 2018

5 minutes with the Media – Elaine O’Sullivan, AA Roadwatch

Each week we sit down with a member of the media to discuss their career journey, the pros and cons, and the challenges in the world of journalism. This week’s guest is Elaine O’Sullivan, the Deputy Editor of AA Roadwatch. You can hear her broadcasting the latest traffic news on RTÉ Radio 1 and Lyric FM.

5 minutes with the media, Content, Digital News December 13, 2017

5 Minutes with the Media – Sally Gorman, Irish Examiner

Every week we chat with a member of the media landscape to get an insight into what’s it’s like to work in the Irish industry. We also get the best tips and tricks for those thinking of pursuing a media career.  This week we chat to Sally Gorman, Digital Journalist at the Irish Examiner and

Irish Journalists December 7, 2017

5 political correspondents to follow for Brexit

As we have seen over the past week Brexit negotiations have been dominating our news cycle. As the 14th December draws closer and Britain not set to leave the EU until 29 March 2019 Brexit will continue to be the focus of news reports and twitter discussions for weeks and years to come. With so

Christmas, Irish Journalists, Media December 5, 2017

Top 3 foodie journalists to follow this Christmas season

Christmas season is firmly upon us and a lot of us will already be planning what food we will be indulging in over the holidays. For some inspiration, we usually look towards food journalists. We count on them to give us the low down on the best dining destinations and even the best foodie inspired

Featured Journalist, Irish Independent, Irish Journalists November 27, 2017

Top 3 Irish travel journalists to follow

Whether you’re planning a staycation in Dingle or an exotic trip to Antigua, we’ve put together a list of our top 3 Irish travel journalists we think you should follow. 1. Pól Ó Conghaile Pól’s name is synonymous with high-quality Irish travel journalism. He’s spent over 20 years travelling the world so he’s built up his reputation

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