June’s Media Movements

28.06.19

June was a busy month in the world of Irish media with a number of high profile changes across radio, television and print journalism. Here at MediaHQ, we try to make it easier for you to stay on top of the ever changing world of media as our dedicated research team update our newsfeed multiple times a day. […]

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June’s most read blog posts

27.06.19

Here at MediaHQ, we’re always keeping track of what our readers are most interested in. Check out our top five most read blog posts from the month of June.

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Top 5 Fashion and Beauty Journalists

26.06.19

For the shear love of all things hair, style and wisdom, June 26th is National Beautician’s Day.  It’s a day to show your appreciation to the people who make you look beautiful. A beautician can include not only your hairstylist, but your manicurist, masseuse, facialist, fashion stylist or any other person who makes you look and […]

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3 columnists blazing the trail for future journalists

24.06.19

Ireland has always been a hub of creativity.  Some of the world’s greatest writers flourish on our little island, and many are yet to come.  In Ireland alone, there are over 5,000 journalists working professionally. The journalism industry is fast paced and ever changing, and has been subjected to many challenges throughout the last number of years. […]

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Case Study: Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association

21.06.19

Here at MediaHQ, we see hundreds of press releases being sent from our system on a weekly basis. PR agencies, government organisations, charities and in-house PR teams from some of the biggest organisations in Ireland use our system to get their message to the media and make the news. Each year, the month of June […]

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Top 3 journalists covering the refugee crisis

20.06.19

Today marks World Refugee Day, and to commemorate this, we have devised a list of our top three journalists who have actively covered the crisis. Each one offers a comprehensive insight into ongoing events and the lives of Asylum seekers and those who are living in direct provision in Ireland.

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Journalism and the writing of James Joyce

17.06.19

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 […]

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How HBO’s Chernobyl shows how to thread together an effective story

13.06.19

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 […]

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Top 5 environmental journalists

05.06.19

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 […]

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