Ireland Media Movements May 2020

29.05.20

Sean O’Rourke has left RTÉ Radio One.   Sean O’Rourke retired from his position at RTÉ Radio One at the beginning of May.   https://twitter.com/rtenews/status/1258715962183946244   Sarah McInerney has been promoted at RTÉ Radio One.   Sarah McInerney has started a new show on RTÉ Radio One. Sarah now presents Today with Sarah McInerney, weekdays […]

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Must Know Journalist: Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff

27.05.20

What’s her beat? Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff is Head of Editorial at Gal-dem.com and writes freelance for the Guardian. She is the former weekend editor and writer at Dazed. Charlie has written for a multitude of publications, including The Observer, the iPaper, Metro and the Financial Times. Charlie is also an experienced panellist and speaker on radio […]

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The Big PR Question: How do you generate new ideas when you work remotely?

26.05.20

Having access to trusted sources and media contacts during this time of uncertainty is essential to end the chain of misinformation. Access a media contacts database of 60,000 journalists and 11,000 organisations at MediaHQ. New ideas are the lifeblood of organisations. An idea is the start point of everything. But how do you spark creativity […]

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PR Tactic: How to provide great images for a TV Story

26.05.20

Having access to trusted sources and media contacts during this time of uncertainty is essential to end the chain of misinformation. Access a media contacts database of 60,000 journalists and 11,000 organisations at MediaHQ. What is it? You are working on a story idea that has garnered a lot of media interest – including television […]

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Quotes of the Week May 27th

26.05.20

“This is the first large-scale study to find statistically robust evidence that treatment with chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine does not benefit patients with Covid19 […] Instead, our findings suggest it may be associated with an increased risk of serious heart problems and increased risk of death. Randomised clinical trials are essential to confirm any harms or […]

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Must Listen Podcast: PR Talk: Sheila Hamilton – Mental Health Advocate

25.05.20

What is the podcast? PR Talk is a podcast run by Veracity, which is a PR firm in Portland Oregon. Veracity began their PR Talk podcast in December 2016 with their first episode titled ‘Elements of a Good Blog Post’. From there they have covered many areas of PR and marketing and have introduced guests […]

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Media in Focus: Vogue Business

22.05.20

Having access to trusted sources and media contacts during this time of uncertainty is essential to end the chain of misinformation. Access a media contacts database of 60,000 journalists and 11,000 organisations at MediaHQ.   What is it in a sentence? The analytical side of the fashion business.   How will this benefit me as […]

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Must Know Journalist: Kashmira Gander, Health Correspondent For Newsweek

20.05.20

What’s her beat? Kashmira Gander is a Health Correspondent for Newsweek. Prior to this, Gander was a features writer and a senior reporter for the title. Gander began her venture into journalism in 2013, starting as an intern for The Independent and covering topics varying from health and family to news and culture. Describe her […]

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5 perspectives on Covid19 every PR person should consider

19.05.20

I know that times like these tend to spark off all sorts of thoughts, analysis and opinions.  MediaHQ kindly invited me to weigh in with some of my own, so here goes:   Everyone’s a junkie now   A media junkie that is. Since we’ve been placed under lockdown we’re consuming unprecedented levels of media. […]

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