RTÉ Mojocon swaps Dublin for Galway City
RTÉ Mojocon swaps Dublin for Galway City
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RTÉ Mojocon swaps Dublin for Galway City

After two years in Dublin, RTÉ Mojocon is heading to Galway city, this year taking place from Thursday 4th – Saturday 6th May.

The international conference on mobile journalism, mobile content creation, mobile photography and new technology will be taking up residence in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway.

And following feedback from previous delegates, RTÉ Mojocon has added an extra day, to create a three-day conference with plenary sessions from successful professionals, workshops with industry experts, a mojo exhibition and all the popular fringe events, including photo-walks, exhibitions and pub crawls.

Among this year’s features is a specially chartered Dublin-Galway #Mojotrain complete with 12 mojo trainers for RTÉ Mojocon attendees. The mojo trainers (4 per carriage) will be delivering mojo photography and video tips throughout the journey.

Glen Mulcahy, RTÉ’s Head of Innovation and founder and organiser of RTÉ Mojocon said: “In a short time, RTÉ Mojocon has established itself as a major technology conference on the international events calendar and the fact that we have added an extra day in response to delegate demand demonstrates how popular the conference has become.

“Not only do we have broad appeal by attracting top industry storytellers and hosting engaging and informative workshops, but we really look after our delegates. This creates a supportive environment that allows us to learn from each other and I’m sure that the intimate surroundings and unique charm of Galway will help make this year’s conference another great success.”

RTÉ MojoCon is run on a not-for-profit basis and is designed to be self-funding from ticket sales and sponsorship. Full conference details, including speakers and tickets are available at http://mojocon.rte.ie.

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