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Content, Journalism, MediaHQ November 8, 2018

How to make the news: Ancestry Case Study

Do you know an Ethel or a Norman? We’re guessing not. On Monday 15 October, our sister company All Good Tales worked with Ancestry.ie on their latest piece of research on once popular first names that are now becoming extinct. Here at MediaHQ, we see 100’s of press releases sent through our software each day.  These come from

5 minutes with the media, Communications, Journalism October 24, 2018

5 Minutes with the Media – Rory Cashin

Here at MediaHQ, we run a series of short interviews with some of the country’s many talented journalists. In this series, you can see why they do what they do, what they love, what they hate and their advice for pitching a story. Today’s talented guest on our latest 5 Minutes with the Media series

How To Content, Journalism, Media Relations October 22, 2018

How to turn your story idea into a PR news hook

When you have a great story to share, condensing it down into a PR news hook can be a challenge. Here at MediaHQ, we have seen almost 200,000 press releases pass through our system and we know what a good hook looks like. The aim with a news hook is to get the person reading

Branding, Communications, GDPR October 19, 2018

Planning your 2019 PR Budget – here’s 3 trends to consider

At MediaHQ – we work with In-House PR teams in some of Ireland’s busiest Press Offices – organisations like the House of the Oireachtas, Paddy Power, Dublin Airport, and the Cancer Society to name just a few. So what do you need to put in your 2019 budget? Here are three ideas: Story transformation Story transformation

Communications, Content, Creativity October 3, 2018

Protected: How do you make the news? Revenue Case Study

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Communications, GDPR, Journalism September 14, 2018

3 unexpected consequences of GDPR

With the General Data Protection Regulation firmly in place, the onslaught of consent emails has finally calmed down. While the regulation is great for individuals to take back control of their personal data, there have been some, eh annoyances, since the GDPR kicked in. Here are three unexpected consequences that came after the deadline: Accept

Irish Journalists, Journalism, Media September 10, 2018

MediaHQ Essentials: Creating your perfect press release for the Ploughing Championships

Welcome to this week’s MediaHQ Essentials. This week with the advent of the Ploughing Championships almost upon us we’ll be looking at how to create and send the perfect National Ploughing Championships press release. The National Ploughing Championships will soon be in full swing and dominating the media of the moment in Ireland. This week in our

Communications, Content, Grammar Happy August 28, 2018

Want to become a better PR writer? Say goodbye to these fillers

Trying to grab your audience’s attention? Want to get your message across?  Want your audience to take action? Answered yes to any or all of the above? Sometimes it may seem like an impossible task, particularly when writing within the parameters of a press release. You also have to include quotes and flesh out a

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