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Awards, Branding, Communications February 27, 2019

Team behind the title: Silicon Republic

Since being founded in 2001, Silicon Republic has become Ireland’s leading news source for Science & Technology. Having won multiple awards, they are now one of Europe’s leading online publications for science, technology, engineering and maths as well as start-up news, information and resources for all people passionate about STEM. The company’s success lies behind its

Broadcasting, Communications, Content February 20, 2019

PR Pro Perspectives – Aoife O’Driscoll, Powerscourt Estate

PR Pro Perspectives is an ongoing interview series where we talk to the many talented Public Relations Professionals working across the Irish landscape. In our latest instalment, we speak to Aoife O’Driscoll, Head of Marketing and Communications at Powerscourt Estate, Co.Wicklow. What is your current job role and what does it involve?  I am the

Communications, Journalism, Media February 12, 2019

What can you do while saving time with MediaHQ?

At MediaHQ, our main goal is to help you make the news. In order to do this, we want to take the grunt work out of media relations. Our aim is to make the process of pitching your stories to a targeted audience as easy as possible. By tracking the latest media moves, updating our

Communications, Journalism, Media February 6, 2019

Donald Tusk’s sound byte mistake—when the tail wags the dog

By now you will have heard European Council President Donald Tusk sharing his thoughts on Brexiteers. In a press briefing after meeting Ireland’s Taoiseach Leo Varadkar he uttered these very striking words: “I’ve been wondering what that special place in hell looks like, for those who promoted Brexit, without even a sketch of a plan

Communications, Content, Creativity February 6, 2019

Top 5 journalists to follow for the latest Brexit updates

Brexit has dominated the news headlines for the last two years and as the March 29 deadline looms, uncertainties surrounding the deal and outcomes only intensify. It’s been a long process with many twists and turns and there’s still not a whole lot of clarity about what’s going to happen once the withdrawal from the EU

Communications, Content, Journalism February 4, 2019

5 phrases to ditch from your PR writing in 2019

Creating press releases, creating proposals and writing strategies are all part and parcel of a PR Pro’s job. However, even with killer headlines and a great story hook–your story is automatically weakened if your press release is littered with meaningless and overused words and phrases. We’ve mentioned it in previous posts but the worlds of

Communications, Content, Journalism January 18, 2019

Expand your PR vocab on World Thesaurus Day

Today is World Thesaurus Day, so to celebrate we want you to swap some of your tired, stale language for some fresher words. Thesaurus day acknowledges the book and its creator–Peter Mark Roget. Roget published the first thesaurus in 1852. His obsession with list-making was a coping mechanism that helped him deal with depression. Whether

Communications, Content, Irish Journalists January 15, 2019

Top ten Irish newspaper publications

Despite circulation being down across the board for Irish newspapers, the medium remains a vital news source for many people across the country. Thousands of broadsheets, magazines, and tabloids are read daily and print media has remained an integral part of how Irish people consume the news. To help you navigate the most popular newspapers,

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