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.

Kavaleer’s Pablo gets €4m funding for second series

Kavaleer’s Pablo gets €4m funding for second series

Networks back show starring children with autism

New radio stations are on the way amid ad revenue concerns

New radio stations are on the way amid ad revenue concerns

Time for a whole new Ball game

Time for a whole new Ball game

Off The Ball was once a simple three-hour sports radio show on Newstalk. Now, as its managing director Ger Gilroy explains, it’s so much more

Virgin Media set to expand mobile service with business offering

Virgin Media set to expand mobile service with business offering

Virgin Media will target four types of businesses with its new service

Ulster Bank launches €1.5m ad campaign to target first-time buyers

Ulster Bank launches €1.5m ad campaign to target first-time buyers

First Five will feature five benefits offered by the bank to meet the practical needs of first-time buyers

As somebody once said, climate change is not a matter of faith, it’s a matter of physics

As somebody once said, climate change is not a matter of faith, it’s a matter of physics

Former RTÉ weatherman Gerald Fleming – once known for his trademark wink at the end of the forecast –has been busy since he retired as head of forecasting at Met Éireann and he may be back on our TV screens in the future

Supermac’s to invest €22m for 200 jobs at new plazas

Supermac’s to invest €22m for 200 jobs at new plazas

Pat McDonagh has lodged planning applications for plazas in Longford and Portlaoise

Exempt small firms from media merger law

Exempt small firms from media merger law

Independent News & Media's attempt to acquire Celtic Media was abandoned last June

Influencing the influencers on best practice

Influencing the influencers on best practice

In recent months in Ireland, a backlash has emerged against influencers who are not being fully upfront with their followers

Gifts Direct goes back to the phones with €100k investment

Gifts Direct goes back to the phones with €100k investment

Irish e-commerce website Gifts Direct will invest €100,000 in developing its mobile offering fo...

Empowering campaigners with a social media toolkit

Empowering campaigners with a social media toolkit

Although much of the discourse around social media recently has been negative, Craig Dwyer believ...

Cardboard Gangsters’ success fuels new film scheme

Cardboard Gangsters’ success fuels new film scheme

Two firms aim for €5 million fund to finance movies

Dublin data entry firm raises €3 million for global expansion

Dublin data entry firm raises €3 million for global expansion

Software company Autoentry has raised €3 million in a fresh funding round and has opened office...

Audit software firm raises €700,000 for expansion

Audit software firm raises €700,000 for expansion

Circit, the fintech company that aims to speed up financial audits by up to 80 per cent, has rais...

BAI talks to British broadcasters who may base EU services here

BAI talks to British broadcasters who may base EU services here

The Irish system is similar to that of Ofcom in Britain, and operates under comparable codes and rules