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5 minutes with the media, TV January 3, 2018

5 Minutes with the Media – Niall Farrell, Freelance TV Researcher

Ever wondered what it’s like to work in the media landscape, both home and abroad? Every week we chat with a member of the media to get more of an insight into the industry.   This week we chat with Niall Farrell, a freelance TV researcher who moved to London in early 2017.  What is your current

RTÉ, TV December 1, 2017

Meet The Team Behind The Late Late Toy Show!

It’s officially December which can mean a few things to us Irish folk. Christmas is fast approaching, the turkey still needs to be bought and you’re still trying to work how much is appropriate to spend on that aunt who you only see once a year. However, a lot of Irish people herald the coming

Journalism, News, Televison December 6, 2016

TV3 launches new three channel line-up

TV3 announced today that it would have a new three channel line up in the new year.  Current channels TV3 and 3e will receive new brand identities, while a third channel, ‘be3’, will launch on January 9th. This channel will replace UTV Ireland. TV3’s parent company, Virgin Media, completed the acquisition of UTV Ireland last week.

entertainment, RTÉ, TV September 19, 2016

Praise for RTÉ2 as it invests in female-driven drama

Yesterday the press and lucky invitees had the opportunity to attend the screening of Can’t Cope Wont Cope – RTÉ2’s newest drama-comedy. Attendees got the chance to view the first two episodes and sit in on a Q&A with the Sunday Times’ Eithne Shorthall and those involved in the show. The coming-of-age comedy is about female

Media, RTÉ, TV May 4, 2016

Ireland’s top media experts on gender inequality, diversity and the future of TV

Two of Ireland’s leading media commentators, Laura Slattery of The Irish Times and Colette Sexton of The Sunday Business Post, join MediaHQ founder Jack Murray for the latest episode of Mediaflash. Together, they dissect segments from Noel Curran’s final public speech as director general of RTÉ at the Future of Journalism event in Dublin City

Communications, Course/Training, Events February 23, 2016

5 reasons why you need to get media training

Media training is the gift that keeps on giving. If you can learn how to work the camera, then you have an invaluable skill. Here’s 5 reasons why you need to get media training:   1. Learn how to speak in a way that will attract attention Media training not only teaches you how to

Irish Journalists, Journalism, MediaHQ.com January 6, 2016

#NollaigNamBan: 3 young female journalists to look out for

Happy #NollaigNamBan or ‘Women’s Christmas’ to any international readers. For the day that’s in it, we wanted to look at three young female journalists to look out for in 2016. There’s currently a very high calibre of journalists working in the Irish media. These three journalists are making strides across radio, print and online media. 

RTÉ, Televison, TV November 27, 2015

Team Behind The Show: Late Late Toy Show

Christmas is coming and the geese are well and truly getting plump. But it’s not all about the dinner. Here in Ireland we love the preparations. In terms of preparations there’s nothing that sums up Christmas in Ireland more than The Late Late Toy Show.

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