James Mahon

Irish TV news reporter, blogger and journalist based between U.S, Ireland and England

Irish broadcast journalist James Mahon has mainly worked in radio, television and online journalism since 2006 and is the founder of indie rock label Coal Records Ltd.

James has presented on television and radio in Ireland, Sheffield, New York and L.A. and has a passion for giving a voice to people whom society often forgets.

He is currently a TV news reporter with a CBS affiliate in Chattanooga, Tenn.

From The West of Scotland To Warner Bros. For Damian Mullen

Damian Mullen is part of a new wave of Scottish writers emerging during this era of Scottish independence struggles and questions of national identity. The 25-year-old Glaswegian writer and producer is a life-long fan of Scottish theatre and comedy and it was his simple short scripts that won him a scholarship with Warner Bros just 12 months ago.
15/09/2016 14:01 BST

Irish Broadcaster Alan Murphy Pens Juicy Celeb Filled Book

One man who has lived, seen and experienced it all, is Irish entertainment journalist Alan Murphy. The 34 year old will now spill the beans this weekend in a new book containing his top celeb interviews. The west of Ireland native has sat down with everyone from Charlize Theron and Enrique Iglesias to Louis Walsh and Janice Dickinson.
08/09/2016 11:28 BST

Scottish Football's Semi-Pro Struggles, Dumbarton Prove Doubters Wrong

Dumbarton know they will not attract big name players, they understand they cannot compete against their namesake, The Championship in England who despite being the second tier of English football is amongst the 5 richest leagues in the world. Yet tonight is about Dumbarton "The Sons of the Rock"...
15/04/2016 11:29 BST

Biker Mice TV Show to Become Mobile Game for UK Fans

It has been more than 25 years since Channel 4 first aired a little known American kids TV show called Biker Mice From Mars. The series was a huge hit stateside and had reasonable ratings and favorable opinions amongst British children. In 2006 ITV brought it back for one more run to remind us all of the bravery of animated mice on bikes protecting their home planet.
25/09/2015 11:23 BST

A Glimpse Inside an Adult World

When it came to light last month that members of the British parliament had accessed porn sites over a quarter of million times in a year it brought the world of adult entertainment back into mainstream British media. Meanwhile across the pond in the US porn stars were testing positive for HIV.
15/10/2013 12:08 BST

A Beatles Inspired American Pop Culture Journalist, Charles J Moss

Charles J Moss is a journalist by night and a communications and media relations professional for a health care company by day. It was as a child that the music of the Beatles and 80's and 90's TV shows captivated him to the point of becoming a pop-culture journalist.
07/08/2013 14:14 BST

A Caribbean Dolphin Paradise With Regular Scottish Visitors

In Key West Florida one does not expect to be greeted with the question of are you Scottish? Ironically the touristic Caribbean island has had numerous visitors from the UK and Ireland in recent years. Local radio station Island 107.1 FM says they regularly receive request from Oban in the Scottish highlands.
27/06/2013 10:45 BST

Hollie McNish, A British Poet of the 21st Century

When we think of poetry we think of old men from hundreds of years ago miserable and confused. What we do not think of is Eminem, Obama, The Streets, Hollie McNish is breaking boundaries and showing that poetry has a place and a role in the 21st century and she is using social media to bring it to the world.
13/06/2013 12:00 BST

The Demise of British Journalism?

British journalists and media in the UK has some of the most talented, producers, presenters and reporters to have ever graced our columns and channels but there are no excuses for Saville and Murdoch.
05/11/2012 16:42 GMT

Swedish House Plan for You

The Mafia are leaving the music scene as one of the most successful trance groups in history, cementing their status with a song that screams of anthemic melodies and is echoing across clubs and radio playlists from Stockholm to Sydney and Brussels to Beijing.
31/10/2012 14:42 GMT