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.

Telegael quick on draw to bag production of animated series

Telegael quick on draw to bag production of animated series

Galway-based firm set to co-produce Australian children's series

Free cars for Leinster Rugby squad from Windsor Motors

Free cars for Leinster Rugby squad from Windsor Motors

Players and coaching staff able to choose own cars via sponsorship deal

Tourism Ireland aims to put boots on the ground in China and India

Tourism Ireland aims to put boots on the ground in China and India

More active than ever on digital media, Tourism Ireland is seeking more funding in the next budget

Anchor’s away, so what now?

Anchor’s away, so what now?

2FM’s listenership is rising. But with Ryan Tubridy about to leave, it has no big-name anchor. So what does its future hold?

GAA’s online streaming follows emigrants abroad

GAA’s online streaming follows emigrants abroad

Irish clubs on the rise abroad are a ready audience for the association – and a revenue stream

Newstalk aims to poach RTE’s weekend listeners

Newstalk aims to poach RTE’s weekend listeners

The station aims to win greater audience share with a new Sunday show while also increasing its female presence

Ray D’Arcy TV show seeks €450,000 sponsorship

Ray D’Arcy TV show seeks €450,000 sponsorship

RTE is seeking €450,000 for the title sponsorship of the new Ray D’Arcy TV show, which will ...

Graduate jobs site set for €1m funds boost

Graduate jobs site set for €1m funds boost

Shake.io founder likens platform to online dating

Minimum wage: what the employers think

Minimum wage: what the employers think

THE SMALL BUSINESS OWNER: Sarah Nic Lochlainn

Facebook is still the top social media dog

Facebook is still the top social media dog

Facebook has crossed over into the mainstream and could be included in the more traditional methods of advertising

How Heineken looked east for Longitude

How Heineken looked east for Longitude

Heineken Ireland brought its biggest ever immersive festival experience to Ireland last week, wit...

Core Media adapts to changing market

Core Media adapts to changing market

The country's biggest media buying agency has a 24 per cent market share and now has ten companies under its umbrella.

O’Sullivan renews contract at Irish Times

O’Sullivan renews contract at Irish Times

The Irish Times has renewed the contract of its editor, Kevin O’Sullivan. O’Sullivan signed a...

Sodexo set to snap up Irish care firms

Sodexo set to snap up Irish care firms

Global services company Sodexo is buying Irish-owned companies Elder Home Care Limited and Home C...

Eircode to spend €350k on advertising campaign

Eircode to spend €350k on advertising campaign

Eircode, Ireland’s new postcode system, is investing €350,000 in its initial advertising camp...