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.

Dublin Theatre Festival stages recovery

Dublin Theatre Festival stages recovery

Artistic director Willie White is seeking a major sponsor as ticket sales head in the right direction

Tandem HR raises €2m from host of investors

Tandem HR raises €2m from host of investors

Tandem HR Solutions has raised €2 million in seed funding from investors led by Frontline Ventu...

Kavaleer can do

Kavaleer can do

Animation studio signs 90-territory deal with Nick Jr

Nova: New radio licences would grow listenership

Nova: New radio licences would grow listenership

Introducing new specialist licences would grow radio listenership in Ireland, according to resear...

Parenting mag publisher dips a finger in cyber pie

Parenting mag publisher dips a finger in cyber pie

In response to a changing media landscape, Zahra Publishing is merging with an online parenting community

The importance of quality journalism cannot be underestimated

The importance of quality journalism cannot be underestimated

What business model should be adopted to protect the future of quality journalism?

Sligo proves perfect match for stags and hens

Sligo proves perfect match for stags and hens

The party booking portal created by brothers Fergal and Kevin Quinn for brides and grooms-to-be generates up to €60,000 for Sligo town on a quiet weekend

I can’t have any regrets, but you always wonder: ‘Did I stretch myself enough?’

I can’t have any regrets, but you always wonder: ‘Did I stretch myself enough?’

At 69, Pat Kenny is in no mood to hang up his microphone – even if he feels that secure, lengthy contracts tend to make people lazy

Lorraine Murphy's remarkable success

Lorraine Murphy's remarkable success

Having grown her marketing business in Australia, Murphy is now targeting Ireland

Media Matters Podcast: Digital media, ad revenue and women in journalism

Media Matters Podcast: Digital media, ad revenue and women in journalism

Colette Sexton is joined by Susan Daly, editor of TheJournal.ie

Homeless crisis: 400 per cent increase in kids helped by charity

Homeless crisis: 400 per cent increase in kids helped by charity

18 babies born to homeless mothers accessing Depaul’s services last year

TV3 steps up for autumn

TV3 steps up for autumn

TV3’s new season launch gave many a sense of déjà vu, but its programme director has vowed that this autumn will be a game-changer, writes Colette Sexton

Eir swallows up Meteor and 700k of its customers

Eir swallows up Meteor and 700k of its customers

All shooting stars burn out, and Meteor is no exception. The mobile brand, which was set up in 19...

Lovin Media aims to take local content global

Lovin Media aims to take local content global

The popular ‘inside track’ information service is set to snowball into 100 sites worldwide by 2024

'Ben & Jerry's sweet mission leaves me cold'

'Ben & Jerry's sweet mission leaves me cold'

Ice cream maker using new flavour for refugees appeal