What I Do

About Me

Rebecca Lee is a Freelance Journalist and accomplished Broadcaster of over 21 years. Based in Ireland, Rebecca writes 4/5 pieces per month, mostly in travel and technology for National and European publications. Please note this page contains just a small selection of Rebecca's work.

Rebecca writes tech, business, features and travel for many leading Irish and UK newspapers. 

Her work has appeared and continues to be published in The Irish Times, The Irish Independent, The Sunday World, The Mail on Sunday, The Irish Daily Mail, The Business Post, The Irish Daily Star, Journal.ie, Woman's Way and 4i Magazine. She also works in communications on the tech side with ClearStory International. Email rebeccaleebroadcaster@gmail.com

Rebecca has experience in all areas of media from print to broadcast and online. Rebecca also hosted numerous radio shows for 12 years at Dublin's Q102 and continues to contribute to many television and radio shows on TV3 and RTE.

Business articles

PMD’s global expansion to create 20 jobs - The Business Post

PMD Solutions, the Cork company behind the RespiraSense breathing monitor, will create 20 jobs by the year’s end, as it expands further into Britain, Nordic and Australian territories. RespiraSense alerts hospital staff to early signs of respiratory distress. According to PMD, between two to four per cent of the population have a sleeping disorder, which can can lead to heart failure, depression, diabetes and sometimes death, if left untreated. The company estimates that the state...

Technology articles

3 Savvy Tech Step Apps To Help You Walk The Talk - 4i Magazine

Step apps: Step counters have progressed rapidly over the years and are almost, if not in line with uber advanced smartwatch standards. Thanks to rapid developments in technology and low-power movement sensors included in most modern phones, there’s simply no need to spend a fortune if you wish to count your steps anymore. First emerging as a method of measuring distance in the mid 1900’s and swiftly transitioning into the use of physical pedometers with ‘those’ clunky digital displays back in

SmartWatch: Three waistline friendly watches everyone needs to invest in - 4i Magazine

SmartWatch: With summer fast approaching, it’s time to get working on our waistlines. Through rapidly advancing technology in health and wellbeing, it’s safe to say the days of using the scales and manually counting calories are long gone. The pandemic has resulted in swifter technological adoption due to so many of us having to exercise from home. YouTube, Facebook, Instagram live and fitness classes on TV have boomed in popularity over the past two years and are now considered the norm. Now t

Food waste and the charity-friendly tech helping to give a solution - 4i Magazine

It’s estimated that food waste accounts for between about 8% to 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Such figures indicate that it’s not just packaging that poses an issue, rather the disposing of consumables which are crippling our climate. With numerous apps looking to solve the increasing issue of unused foods, we took a closer look at one that fits into the tech for good category. FoodCloud is one of many platforms looking to solve the issue of food waste for the greater good. A food dis

Tech apps: Safe and savvy that could save your life - 4i Magazine

Tech apps: With the world reopening post-pandemic, many of us are wasting no time in getting out and about. Technology has evolved rapidly over the years with clever developments in safety tech taking smartphone users to new heights. Following a spate of assaults across Europe, we take a look at three personal safety tech apps (no wearables required) that could help you, should you find yourself in a spot of danger. From GPS, to livestreaming to alerts and simply shaking your phone to alert 99

Excited for Fashion Week? Then you will love the Metawalk

Digital fashion is just one of many tech innovations to emerge over the course of the pandemic. Although unlikely to replace physical clothing, digitizing the world’s top designers so that anyone, anywhere can experiment with their avatar’s virtual wardrobe through the metaverse has generated serious ‘techcitement’ across the globe. Kitting a graphic version of yourself out in the latest must-have items looks set to stay as the metaverse gradually becomes a prominent part of our future. In case