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.

INM still in the black, but a Pittfall may lie ahead

INM still in the black, but a Pittfall may lie ahead

INM’s surge in profits was overshadowed by the incredible news that its chief executive, Robert Pitt, had turned whistleblower

Local radio ad agency IRS Plus cuts losses to €10k

Local radio ad agency IRS Plus cuts losses to €10k

The company specialises in targeting grassroots audiences through local radio

Irish TV set for relaunch

Irish TV set for relaunch

The acquisition of Irish TV by The Color Company has been cleared by the CCPC

Concerns over Kantar Media plan to take over Newsaccess

Concerns over Kantar Media plan to take over Newsaccess

Two companies are the main providers of media monitoring services to the public relations industry in Ireland

Dee Forbes’s Montrose Mission

Dee Forbes’s Montrose Mission

Can RTÉ’s new director general Dee Forbes pull off a comprehensive restructuring, land sell-off and redundancy strategy?

Newstalk scores big as Eir signs Off The Ball sponsorship deal

Newstalk scores big as Eir signs Off The Ball sponsorship deal

Off The Ball is one of Ireland’s most popular sports programmes with 48,000 listeners each weekday

Being a great place to work is not based on a table tennis table. It’s about trust

Being a great place to work is not based on a table tennis table. It’s about trust

As Tom O’Connor prepares to take over the running of Version One, his predecessor Justin Keatinge is certain that the software firm is in good hands

RTÉ may tender for licence fee contract

RTÉ may tender for licence fee contract

Tender is expected to come up later this year

A €320 licence fee is not the answer to RTÉ's problems

A €320 licence fee is not the answer to RTÉ's problems

Current cost saving measures at Montrose are merely short-term, writes Colette Sexton

Claims bill at BoI Life was €105m in 2016

Claims bill at BoI Life was €105m in 2016

Figure included life cover payments of €67 million - down from €71 million in 2015

O’Sullivan’s SOSV boosts start-up spend to €100m

O’Sullivan’s SOSV boosts start-up spend to €100m

'Ireland is certainly punching above its weight'

LogoGrab signs deals with eBay and Nestlé

LogoGrab signs deals with eBay and Nestlé

Brand detection technology allows customers to gain insights about where brands appear

New challenges for slimmed-down INM

New challenges for slimmed-down INM

2016 was a rough year for Independent News & Media. Ahead of Tuesday’s preliminary results, we examine the challenges facing INM

Global Greening gets publicity to dye for

Global Greening gets publicity to dye for

With more than 40 countries celebrating St Patrick’s Day by joining in Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, chief executive Niall Gibbons explains how the initiative has exceeded all expectations

Online lottery Lottoland hopes to hit the jackpot with €1m marketing campaign

Online lottery Lottoland hopes to hit the jackpot with €1m marketing campaign

Stunt saw comedian Oliver Callan impersonate US president Donald Trump and “mistakenly” arrive at Dáil for shamrock presentation