Welcome to Post House Communications, however you got here. It’s a brand new company, fresh in every way, yet built of course on years of industry experience.

Your intuition – or natural good luck perhaps – has brought you to the right place if you’re looking for a writer, a documentarian, a broadcaster…or even an editor.

All of these skills are available under the same roof, here at the Post House. Take a look around the Media Suite and Journal Room and see for yourself; and while doing so, drop into the Radio Booth for a listen.

If there’s something we can do for you, jump onto the Contact page, and start tapping. If you prefer, you can always take the Pony Express. We’re not fussy how we hear from you.

David Young started it. But who’s he?

Well, he’s been writing and broadcasting in the Irish media since 2003. But finally the itch had to be scratched – to pull everything together and create a specialist communications company. So, hey presto.

Getting here though has been one of those curious journeys; you know, the ones that involve paths without signposts. By accident you could say, David stepped into a radio studio, not in Ireland but China.

As part of his job as the Director of Studies of an English language school, he was looking for ways to reach people and stumbled on a city station. They agreed to let him in…and the rest just fell into place.

On return home, and with his newfound media curiosity, he pushed a door in Radio Kerry, and it opened too. Within a week he was anchoring his very own programme – the Young Fella (I know, I know) – and gaining recognition.

Less than half a year later, he was headhunted by UTV for their Cork station, 103FM, and so began a 5-year tenure as its morning talk show host. Along the way, David was nominated at the 2007 National Radio Awards, for current affairs broadcasting.

These days, he contributes to RTÉ Radio One, on any number of subjects, while also successfully producing radio documentary work. And the Post House provides consultancy to companies as to how best to navigate their ships through media waters.

Sorry, nearly forgot to mention – he’s been getting published and commissioned by print editors ever since stepping off that plane from Shanghai.

The adventure continues.