Hai Media Group’s Lisa Devaney is now writing for citizen journalist website DigitalJournal.com, contributing news reports from London, UK.
Within a short time of writing for the outlet, she won attention from the editors, receiving acclaim and a Top Find Award for her coverage of the G20 protests in London, 1 April 2009. The editor’s who reviewed her work said:
“For instance, check out Lisa Devaney‘s stunning article on the G20 protests in London. She was able to write intimately on the anger flaring between demonstrators and police, nicely complementing her article with illustrative photos. She interviewed various activists and protesters who had some passionate statements to say about the political meeting. We commend Lisa for her in-person interviews and passion for being on the ground at one of the most important events of 2009.”
Read more of her articles here:
Author Zoe Margolis Replies to Amazon’s alleged censorship
New Tamil Protests Hit London, Questions Remain About G20 Death
Bloggers Make History At G20 Summit
All Night Camp Out Planned In Streets of London for G20 Protests
Banks Are Financial Casinos, Leading UK Economist Says
Day 1 of London G20 Protests More Gandhi Than Rambo
London Braces for G20 Protests Next Week
London Treated to Future of Sound, Future of Light Event
Hai Media Group’s Lisa Devaney is a contributing guest blogger to the trade magazine Brand Republic, for the advertising, marketing, media and public relations industries.
Her blog Quick Peeks offers insight to happenings in business, new technology, arts and entertainment. Quick Peeks was started in June 2008, at the invitation of the publication’s editor, and joins a collection of communications industry bloggers who are contributing to Brand Republic.
View our launch press release here:
Hai Media Group Opens for Business
On Wednesday, 30th January 2008, the Hai Media Group officially opened for business. The agency represents new branding for consultantcy work its founder and director Lisa Devaney has been providing since 2002.
Why hai? Hai means yes in Japanese, and is a positive affirmational statement that we apply to working with all of our clients and business associates.
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