Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton joined the Sunday Business Post in 2014. As well as being news correspondent, Sexton covers the media and marketing beat for the Sunday Business Post. A native of Co Clare, she holds a first class honours BA in History, Politics, Sociology and Social Studies from University of Limerick and a first class honours MA in Journalism from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Irish software firm maps London’s green spaces

Irish software firm maps London’s green spaces

An Irish software company is barking up the right tree after securing a deal with the Greater Lon...

Eddie Rocket’s founder develops taste for European expansion

Eddie Rocket’s founder develops taste for European expansion

The company behind burger brand Eddie Rocket’s is beefing up its operations with plans to open ...

Wellness firm Fitvision moves into Britain with Primark deal

Wellness firm Fitvision moves into Britain with Primark deal

Dublin corporate wellness company Fitvision is branching into Britain after finalising a deal wit...

Cambus to triple workforce in next five years

Cambus to triple workforce in next five years

The Galway-based medical devices company Cambus Medical will increase its workforce from 134 to 4...

RTÉ takes steps to preserve brand safety for advertisers

RTÉ takes steps to preserve brand safety for advertisers

Brand safety has become the latest hot topic in advertising. The internet has offered thousands o...

Media Matters Podcast: CEO of Screen Producers Ireland Elaine Geraghty

Media Matters Podcast: CEO of Screen Producers Ireland Elaine Geraghty

In this month’s Media Matters podcast, Colette Sexton talks to Elaine Geraghty, chief executive of Screen Producers Ireland

Mya Go shows the way to go for children's TV

Mya Go shows the way to go for children's TV

Mya Go is one of the few shows that has broken through and speaks to Irish children in the same accents that their parents use. However, this should be happening more often

Pensions on table as film producers meet Siptu

Pensions on table as film producers meet Siptu

Industry lobby boss brands headline-grabbing wildcat strikes ‘illegal’ and ‘unsavoury’

Virgin chief defends unpaid internships at TV3

Virgin chief defends unpaid internships at TV3

Virgin Media Ireland chief executive Tony Hanway has defended TV3’s practice of hiring unpaid i...

Wexford skincare brand Holos signs Hong Kong deal with Dermatcare

Wexford skincare brand Holos signs Hong Kong deal with Dermatcare

The Wexford-based company Holos Skincare is launching into Hong Kong. The skincare company, which...

GAA moves for rule change as Miller match gets green light

GAA moves for rule change as Miller match gets green light

A motion is expected to be brought before GAA Congress to prevent future controversy around the u...

Battle for radio stations’ second place heats up

Battle for radio stations’ second place heats up

The latest listenership figures show that RTÉ’s flagship station dominates overall, but the race between Today FM, Newstalk and 2FM is as fierce as ever

Governments must step up after latest Facebook scandal

Governments must step up after latest Facebook scandal

The findings of a Channel 4 documentary were so extreme that Ireland’s biggest marketing communications group Core stopped advertising on Facebook last Wednesday for more than 24 hours to talk to clients and consult the platform

Deadpan signs on for international film

Deadpan signs on for international film

Netflix deal for Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope

Newswhip signs key deal with Snapchat owner

Newswhip signs key deal with Snapchat owner

Dublin-based news analytics company Newswhip has signed a major partnership deal with $20-billion...