We are a media consultancy company, bringing unrivalled practical knowledge of media, in print and broadcast. We bring that knowledge to our work with clients on media strategies, planning and content.
We provide practical media training for broadcast media interviews, for individuals, and small groups, sharing our extensive knowledge and understanding of news generation, how journalists work, for live, pre-recorded and crisis situations.
Our clients include representative organisations, media spokespersons for campaigns, PR companies, training managers, and SMEs. We work with designated spokespersons, with non-journalists and with individuals who want to practice their media interview skills with a professional journalist before they go “live”.
Need to learn the skills of making quality video on your smartphone? Join professional TV producer Aileen O”Meara on this popular one-day workshop, with just 6 places in total. Ideal for PR professionals, journalists, digital marketing professionals and small businesses.
VENUE: The Old Station House, 15a Main Street, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
TIME: 9.30am – 4.30pm
No parking, public transport DART and buses nearby.
Need to make a video presentation? Are you doing regular live Hangouts on video? Do you need to know how to present to a camera? How do you use an autocue?
We are experienced TV journalists and presenters, bringing wide practical experience and insights to teach the skill of talking to a camera in a natural but effective way.
We run bespoke training workshops on request.
In a half-day workshop, we help you set up and manage your own YouTube channel for your business. You go away with a fully set up channel, including logos, and content, and more:
As professional radio producers and podcasters (see our “Voices of the Rising” series for The National Library of Ireland and our own “Clarence Street Stories” on this website), we can see the power of podcasting to tell stories.
In this half-day workshop, we teach you how to make your own podcast -whether you record on a laptop, a phone or a digital recorder.