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Broadcasting, Changes, Content September 10, 2015

Irish Times new ‘Women’s Podcast’ to launch

The Irish Times have announced the arrival of a new podcast presented by journalist Kathy Sheridan. ‘The Women’s podcast’, which is due to officially launch next Monday, will focus on a multitude of interesting topics that pertain to the show’s listener’s lives. Though the programme will examine and discuss subjects through a decidedly female lens,

Content, Digital News, Events September 10, 2015

Trending on Twitter: #LetsgoOrange

Tonight several designated buildings and homes all across the country will be lit up in orange to show solidarity with those suffering from a mental illness. The event, organized by Cycle Against Suicide, takes place within the broader context of World Suicide Prevention Day and seeks to ‘break the cycle’ by raising awareness. Buildings like NUI

Awards, Communications, Content September 8, 2015

Media Flash has made the shortlist! Public voting now open

Here at Media HQ towers, we’re pretty excited about being nominated and shortlisted for the 2015 Blog Awards. Some kind soul has put us forward under the company category of ‘Best Marketing and Communication’ blog and we couldn’t be more chuffed. Having made it through to the shortlist, the competition now gets opened up to

Changes, Content, Digital News September 7, 2015

Team behind the show: The Times (Irish Edition)

Since the initial furore over the announcement of Ireland’s first seven-day digital newspaper died down, the question on everyone’s mind was, when was it going to launch and who were the team ready to launch it? The first question has already been answered here, so now let’s look at the people behind the print, responsible for making

Digital News, Irish Journalists, Irish Times September 7, 2015

Irish edition of The Times boasts video highlights

The long-awaited and hotly disputed Irish edition of The Times has finally made it’s way to our computer screens, launching today, Monday the 7th of September. The online Irish edition of The Times of London has most recently made the headlines in relation to the court case upheld by The Irish Times newspaper who attempted to prevent the use of the

Awards, Broadcasting, Digital News September 4, 2015

Shortlist for the PPI Radio Awards has been announced

Today is another big day for radio stations, presenters and broadcasters all over the country as the shortlist for the PPI Radio Awards 2015 has been announced today. The awards include a wide variety of categories (including sub-categories in each). The following are the overarching categories to be shortlisted: Music Programming Awards, News & Sports

Broadcasting, Changes, Content September 2, 2015

TV3’s new season of hard-hitting documentaries

After the whirlwind of excitement that was today’s TV3 Autumn 2015 schedule launch, Media HQ decided to sit down and take a closer look at the harder-hitting side of the TV documentaries due to air this season. From a one-hour special about the cold-blooded murder of Irish nursing student Karen Buckley, to a four-part series

Broadcasting, Changes, Content September 2, 2015

TV3 Autumn schedule launch: What we learned

TV3 kicked off their Autumn television schedule today with a bang. The Autumn launch for 2015/2016 was held at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin where TV3’s Colette Fitzpatrick kicked off proceedings by introducing TV3’s CEO, David McRedmond who gave an introductory address. McRedmond outlined how TV3 is still “popular and profitable” despite speculation to the contrary. In his

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