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Irish Journalists August 18, 2014

Tributes paid to Irish Times journalist

It has been announced that Irish Times Joint Picture Editor David Sleator has died suddenly. David Sleator was in his mid-fifties and had worked in the paper since 1998 but had worked as a freelance journalist for three years prior to this. He was an award winning photographer and before his work in the Irish Times

MediaHQ, Social Media, Video August 18, 2014

Cooling off in aid of Motor Neurone

The newest craze sweeping the world known as the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’, is raising much needed funds for Motor Neurone. A whole host of celebrities have joined in on the campaign which involves dumping a bucket of ice cold water over the person’s head. The shivering victim must then nominate someone of his choice to

Irish Journalists, RTE August 14, 2014

The ones to watch: RTÉ One launch new schedule

Following the launch of RTÉ One’s new Autumn schedule we here at decided to take a look at some of the best shows the channel has to offer this year. With 35 new shows as well as 24 returning shows we were spoiled for choice, but we have managed to pick the 3 programmes

Irish Journalists, Journalism August 8, 2014

The Limerick Leader celebrates 125 years

Tomorrow, August 9th 2014, the Limerick Leader will be celebrating its 125th anniversary. The first edition of the paper was printed on Friday, August 9th 1889. The paper experienced many challenges in its early years but has managed to soldier on to become Limerick’s biggest and most popular paper. President Michael D. Higgins congratulated the

Broadcasting, Irish Journalists, MediaHQ July 30, 2014

The late Colm Murray – A year on but never forgotten

Conor Tivnan @conortivnan   A year ago today, the legendary RTÉ sports broadcaster, Colm Murray died after a brave three year fight with Motor Neuron disease. The 61-year old was fondly remembered for his sports coverage and especially his first love of horse racing. Colm will forever and undoubtedly be affiliated with horse racing, where

Broadcasting, Humour, Irish Journalists July 9, 2014

“We’ll leave it there so”- Bill to bid us farewell

Conor Tivnan @conortivnan Sunday July 13th is a key date in the world footballing calendar, with the curtains coming down on the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Meanwhile, all the way across the Atlantic, the curtains will also come down on another iconic figure of the game. The final will mark the end of Bill

Broadcasting, Journalism, Magazine May 28, 2014

3 young journalists to keep an eye on

Here at we always feel it’s important to recognise and encourage Ireland’s up and coming young journalists. We picked 3 young journalists that we feel are going from strength to strength within the industry, and are really showcasing their talents in their individual areas. 1. Roe McDermott- @roemcdermott Roe holds a Masters degree in

Course/Training, MediaHQ May 15, 2014

Brand storytelling- a reflection

So yesterday marked’s first ever Brand storytelling course. Over the last 5 years has helped people to share almost 65,000 stories. Everyday we help some of Ireland’s best known brands and organisations share stories about new projects, jobs, good news, events and upcoming challenges. It’s been an experience, an experience we wanted to

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