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“CONGRESS TALKS” a new podcast

We’re delighted to tell you that we’ve got the go-ahead to produce a regular podcast with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. I made a pilot for them a few weeks back, and we’re now going to produce one about … Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions about our Smartphone Video Workshops

SOME OF OUR MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. Be sure to email us at [email protected] or phone 01 5175311 if you have any other questions.

  1. Who are the workshops for? Primarily people in small businesses who want to make their own
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Top Two pieces of equipment for good smartphone video

When I run smartphone video training workshops, I bring along my own recommended equipment. Since beginning this training over three years ago, I’ve gone down the “tried and tested” route, and while the gear may not be the same … Read More

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My recommended gadgets for good smartphone videos

I’ve just completed my latest Smartphone Video Workshop, where I showed my small group how to make great videos using tried and tested gadgets. My practical workshops are “hands-on’; I don’t believe you can really learn until you do something … Read More

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Talking to the media: do’s & don’t’s.

I gave a presentation this morning (July 2nd) to the Eolas Communications conference in Dublin city centre. Great gathering of communications professionals and a lively variety of speakers from the big corporates to the niche professionals (that’s me!).  I spoke … Read More

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10 YouTube tips for YouTube’s 10th.

So YouTube is 10 years old. Wow, is it only 10 years?  The video channel that has changed the lives of so many of us, from the hugely successful vloggers like the Spanish superstar Luzu (thanks to Grainne Byrne of … Read More

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Poor PR from the word “go”.

Most people in this country would like to see our abuse of alcohol really tackled, especially amongst our more vulnerable groups and especially amongst teenagers.

So when Fergus Finlay, a man respected for his terrific work as CEO of Barnardo’s … Read More

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