Porteo Marketing has devised and independently produced some memorable creative works.
In the 1980s we contributed a column in the Irish Tatler magazine over four years: ‘Paulyn’s Law’ – shining a light on the contribution of women in society and advocating changes at a time when equality for women ‘was thin on the ground’.
In 1986, we independently produced and directed an eight-part feature series for Channel Four Television, in the U.K. "GENERATIONS" in which eight prominent Irish women, of the time, reflected on the influences, derived from previous generations, that played a part in shaping their lives and destinies . We released "GENERATIONS" on our new You Tube Channel - Porteo Media - to make it available to a wide diaspora - Friday 29th October 2021.
In 2005, we devised and presented a series for RTE Radio One, "Case Stated: Cases that Changed People's Lives," featuring some defining court cases that changed things for the better for all of us.
We released this legal documentary as a Podcast Series - Tuesday 6th July 2021.
Mon 6th July 2020, Porteo Marketing presented this little book - as an introduction to the law - inspired by young people with relentless curiosity asking: ‘What does the law do?', ‘Why do we need law?’. Some of the conversations and discussions that ensued became: 'What Does Law Mean, Mumu?' A Book about the Law for Young People.
Priced at €10, "What Does Law Mean, Mumu?" is available through Gazelle Book Services, and from Amazon as a paperback, a kindle, and an audiobook on Audible. The Book is available from the Legal & General Bookshop at the Four Courts - legalbooks.ie
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We published a 14 part Podcast Series to accompany the 14 Chapters in the Book – offering ‘food for thought’ arising from some topics in the Book Chapters and also released the Legal Documentary as a Podcast
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