Mediahq.com has just released the fifth episode of it’s ‘Mediaflash’ podcast series. In this show Alison O’ Connor looks at the art of features journalism. We visit the Newstalk studios to talk to reporter Henry McKean about the secret to successfully pitching a feature story.
Our featured journalist this week is Úna-Minh Kavanagh, freelance journalist and blogger. Úna-Minh grew up in Tralee Co. Kerry before moving to Dublin to study Irish and Journalism in Dublin City University. While in college she was both deputy editor and editor for the Irish section of DCU’s newspaper ‘The College View’, as well as presenting
Mediahq.com Podcast Episode 4 – Ireland’s online sports media
Mediahq.com has just released the fourth episode of its ‘Mediaflash’ podcast series. The topic of this show is Ireland’s online sports media. This week, MediaHQ’s James Phelan takes a look into the explosion of online sports media and asks why has it been so successful.
Mediahq.com has just released the third episode of our ‘Mediaflash’ podcast series. The topic of this show is the future of the Irish print industry and what’s ahead for newspapers in Ireland. Alison O’Connor talks to our panel of experts about the topic, as well as having interviews with Patrick O’Donoghue of Gleneagle Hotel Group
It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again. Valentine’s Day is upon us and couples everywhere are gearing up in anticipation of the day of love. Valentine’s is all about treating the ones you love, spoiling them with gifts, taking them out to dinner, treating them to a night away, or just chilling
Today FM announces Anton Savage as Ray D’Arcy’s replacement
Today FM announced late last night that Anton Savage will be replacing Ray D’Arcy on the midday slot from 9:00 – 12:00. Ray D’Arcy announced that he was moving to RTE in early December. He will replace Derek Mooney on 2nd February.
Mediahq.com today has released its second episode in our podcast series ‘Mediaflash’. The topic of this episode is the Irish food media. We talk to Helen McDaid of Fáilte Ireland, and we’ll be joined on the show by managing editor of The Sunday Business Post, Gillian Nelis, and Adrian Cummins, chief executive of the Restaurants