Gareth Hickey

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Noa, an app that narrates written journalism from news publishers, has allied with edtech company Go1.

Noa, the Irish media group that curates playlists of audio versions of news articles, has secured a €200,000 investment from global edtech platform Go(...)

Two-thirds of Noa’s audience is in the 18-40 year old demographic, with 85 per cent based outside of Ireland

Irish media start-up Noa, which narrates written journalism in audio form, has seen a surge in subscribers since it began covering the coronavirus out(...)

Audio journalism takes flight: Noa chief executive Gareth Hickey

Irish media start-up Noa, which narrates written journalism in audio form, has agreed a new partnership with Dublin Airport that will see users of the(...)

The Four Courts. The Law Society Gazette  “is widely read by practising solicitors and sits on every fee-earner’s desk”, says Noa chief executive Gareth Hickey.  Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Irish media start-up Noa, which narrates written journalism in audio form, has added the Law Society Gazette to its client list. Noa said it planned (...)

Noa employs 12 full-time staff and expects this will reach 15 in the near future, while it also has a team of seven narrators spread across the US, the UK and Ireland.

Irish media start-up Noa, which narrates written journalism in audio form, has added the New York Times and the Economist to its client list. The Dub(...)