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Irish Blogs, Journalism, MediaHQ.com June 17, 2019

Journalism and the writing of James Joyce

Yesterday was Bloomsday, the annual celebration that commemorates the life and work of James Joyce. It takes place on June 16 each year, the day his novel Ulysses takes place in 1904, it also marks the anniversary of Joyce’s first date with Nora Barnacle. In celebration of Bloomsday, we’ve taken a look at James Joyce’s relationship

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

Featured Journalist, Irish Journalists, Irish Times June 5, 2019

Top 5 environmental journalists

There is no doubt our environment is at a pivotal point in recent history. It is important to keep up to date with the ever-changing nature of the situation and know not only whereabouts you can find reliable sources but which trusty journalists to whom you can dedicate your time. That is why we have

Journalism, MediaHQ.com, Newspapers May 31, 2019

Pitching tips: How to pitch a feature story

Here at MediaHQ, we want you to make the news. When it comes to crafting a pitch for your feature story, we understand it can be difficult to get the attention of a busy journalist. We’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks for you to pitch a feature story with ease. Keep your pitch

Broadcasting, Irish Journalists, Journalism May 31, 2019

Famous Media Siblings

You often hear of the “six degrees of separation” theory, that any person on the planet can be connected to any other person through a chain of acquaintances that has no more than five intermediaries. However, in the media world, these links can often be much shorter, with many prominent figures even being as closely

Content, Irish Journalists, Journalism May 27, 2019

Famous authors who were also journalists

Sunday is World Dracula Day which commemorates the publication of Bram Stoker’s Dracula on May 26, 1897. This year marks the horror novel’s 120th anniversary. While best known for introducing the world to Count Dracula, Stoker was not just a fiction writer but also a keen journalist. To celebrate the anniversary of Stoker’s Dracula, we’ve

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

Journalism, MediaHQ.com, PR Tips May 16, 2019

Is it okay to follow up with a journalist?

For many PR and Communications professionals sending out a press release is instinctively followed by a call or email to the journalists. That follow up call is generally to ensure the release has been received, check if any further information is required and ultimately to find out if the story will be covered. While these

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