Justice Media Awards honour outstanding Irish legal journalism
The Law Society in Dublin hosted their Justice Media Awards this afternoon, honouring journalists in newspapers, radio, TV, and more, for their contributions to crime and law reporting in the past year.
The Sockies or Irish Social Media Awards were held in the RDS in Dublin last night. These awards give credit and notice to Irish companies who have made an impact on social media over 2015. More than 400 companies and organisations entered the awards this year with 650 attending at the RDS.
Brand watch: Four great homegrown Irish companies who are doing it for themselves! Nima Brushes: Great quality make-up brushes at an affordable price point can be difficult to find at the best of times. Enter Irish start up company, Nima brushes. Niamh Martin, the founder and creative director of Nima has extensive experience in the
One of this week’s featured journalists is Kathryn Hayes. Kathryn is a Limerick-based freelance journalist. She is a contributor to national print and online media outlets, such as The Irish Times and RTE’s online news service. Since 2013 she has been a lecturer in the University of Limerick, lecturing and tutoring students in the BA
Marty Morrissey will co-present the show with RTÉ presenter and JOE.ie editor, Paddy McKenna. The show will discuss the latest GAA championship action. RTÉ’s Brenda Donohue will attend the championship games each weekend, talking to fans and soaking up the atmosphere from the matches.