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Media

# media - Friday 18 April, 2014

Waiting game at the Anglo trial: ‘You never can guess when a jury will make up their mind’

The spotlight over the past seven days was on the seven women and five men who were to decide whether to convict three of Ireland’s former bankers on charges relating to illegal loans.

# media - Wednesday 16 April, 2014

From Business ETC Irish Examiner group is cutting more than 50 jobs Job Losses

Irish Examiner group is cutting more than 50 jobs

Landmark Media Investments informed staff of the news at the newspaper’s Cork office today.

# media - Sunday 13 April, 2014

From The Score He’s right, Joe: It’s the Sporting Tweets of the Week Twittersphere

He’s right, Joe: It’s the Sporting Tweets of the Week

From tactics to tuxes and even a suit of armour, Twitter didn’t disappoint us this week.

# media - Friday 11 April, 2014

Those with ‘deep pockets’ control the media – Clare Daly

Mick Wallace added: “People are afraid of the money and power of Denis O’Brien, he’s worth billions … His influence to shape the news is too great.”

# media - Tuesday 8 April, 2014

Poll: Will you be watching the President’s UK State visit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you be watching the President’s UK State visit?

It’s day one of Michael D Higgins’ visit and we want to know if you’ll be following it.

# media - Monday 7 April, 2014

Column: If you take photos of people without their knowledge, you’re being a creep

We need to start taking privacy in public places seriously, starting by not sharing images made without the subject’s consent – after all, next time, it could be you, writes Fergal Crehan.

# media - Sunday 6 April, 2014

From Business ETC Damien Kiberd: Be honest, GAA, the Sky deal IS about cash… Opinion

Damien Kiberd: Be honest, GAA, the Sky deal IS about cash…

…but this might not be a Bad Thing.

# media - Monday 31 March, 2014

Nuts magazine set to close down

Nuts accounted for more than 50 per cent of all men’s magazines sold in the UK at one stage.

‘There is a huge unrest in this country’: Duncan Stewart not ruling out election bid

The TV personality and environmentalist was coy when asked by TheJournal.ie if he would be running in the 23 May elections at a political workshop in Dublin yesterday.

# media - Thursday 27 March, 2014

Canaries Crash: Is it a boat? Is it a plane?

Media reports said a plane had gone into the sea. However, it was a boat.

# media - Wednesday 26 March, 2014

RTÉ bosses say that fighting Pantigate action would have been ‘foolhardy’

RTÉ’s top brass faced the Oireachtas Communications Committee today with defamation laws on the agenda.

# media - Monday 24 March, 2014

Taoiseach: Enough banks and bailouts, we need more good news on the radio

Enda Kenny also called for more coverage of European affairs.

# media - Wednesday 19 March, 2014

From Business ETC Play Skyrim? The developer is hiring 250 customer support jobs in Galway Zenimax Media

Play Skyrim? The developer is hiring 250 customer support jobs in Galway

They’re looking for 70 French speakers, 30 German speakers as well as 150 English speakers.

# media - Friday 14 March, 2014

From The Score Today FM’s Nathan Murphy joins Off The Ball team Otb

Today FM’s Nathan Murphy joins Off The Ball team

Murphy leaves Today FM to join the award-winning Newstalk programme.

# media - Wednesday 5 March, 2014

‘Anti-Pantigate’ bill tabled in the Dáil to stop “the litigious and thin-skinned”

Stephen Donnelly says that he feels broadcasters are already being more cautious as a result of the controversy.

# media - Monday 24 February, 2014

From The Score Here’s how the English media reacted to Ireland’s defeat in Twickenham Reaction

Here’s how the English media reacted to Ireland’s defeat in Twickenham

‘England are building a team capable of becoming No. 1 in the world,’ says Sir Clive Woodward.

# media - Friday 21 February, 2014

Almost every newspaper in Ireland lost readers in the second half of 2013

Most Irish papers have lost readers, but more are reading news.

# media - Wednesday 19 February, 2014

From Business ETC American Apparel marketing guru coming to Dublin Shoptalk

American Apparel marketing guru coming to Dublin

Ryan Holiday came to prominence as a prankster “media manipulator” and now leads inventive campaigns for the US clothing brand (and yes, sickeningly, he’s only 26).

# media - Friday 14 February, 2014

Piers Morgan was questioned in connection with phone hacking

Morgan met detectives by appointment and was not arrested in connection to hacking while he was editor of the Daily Mirror.

# media - Monday 10 February, 2014

Australian surfer caught with marijuana in Bali released after 9 years in prison

Schapelle Corby has always insisted the 4.1 kg of marijuana found in her body board bag was planted there.

# media - Friday 7 February, 2014

From Business ETC Eircom has more mobile customers than landline, but they still don’t bring in as much cash Switchover

Eircom has more mobile customers than landline, but they still don’t bring in as much cash

Meteor and eMobile earned revenue of €180 million in the six months to the end of December compared to €499 million for fixed line services.

# media - Thursday 6 February, 2014

Column: Social media and the Streisand Effect – who dictates popular discourse today?

Guess what? Traditional media no longer gets to dictate we can (or should) care about – as Panti Bliss, Pussy Riot and a host of other activists and individuals have proved, writes Lisa McInerney.

# media - Sunday 2 February, 2014

Damien Kiberd: Are whistleblowers saints? The ethics can be complicated.

As Ireland has discovered following the row over the cancellation of penalty points for motoring offences, the ethics of whistleblowing can be most complicated, writes Damien Kiberd.

# media - Thursday 30 January, 2014

Column: Panti Bliss controversy raises major questions about RTE’s role in public discourse

Some privately-owned news media can be described as having a particular editorial slant – but the state broadcaster has a duty to be balanced and challenge opinions that promote inequality, writes Catherine Murphy TD.

# media - Tuesday 28 January, 2014

Munster Express was handed two-month JobBridge ban after complaint from intern

Journalism graduate Martin Malone said that he was given no mentoring and claimed the newspaper were using the scheme for free labour.

# media - Monday 27 January, 2014

Journalists from rival Syrian sides come close to blows in Geneva

UN security guards have had to step in on occasion as reporters fling slurs and abuse across press room.

# media - Friday 24 January, 2014

Column: Ignorance, avoidance, distortion – media coverage of the Corrib gas project has failed

The Irish media has failed to properly report on the local community’s resistance to Shell in Mayo. The reason? Journalism has fewer and fewer resources to filter the truth from the propaganda, Harry Browne writes.

# media - Thursday 23 January, 2014

From Business ETC Up to 50 journalists to lose jobs as Dublin office faces closure Newspapers

Up to 50 journalists to lose jobs as Dublin office faces closure

Real-time Editing & Design is set to close after Independent Newspapers informed them they would not be renewing their contract.

# media - Wednesday 15 January, 2014

French media criticised for ‘undeniable deference’ to Francois Hollande over affair claims

Britain’s rowdy media was gleefully awaiting an inquisition over his reported affair with actress Julie Gayet as he arrived to deliver a press conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris.

Column: Behind the veil – a new era has begun for family courts

The easing of the in camera rule in Irish family courts will see many social issues come to light – many of which may have been hidden behind from the public for generations, writes Katherine Irwin.

# media - Wednesday 8 January, 2014

From Business ETC Why the world’s saying ‘Ireland is back’ Back In Business

Why the world’s saying ‘Ireland is back’

Following yesterday’s successful debt sale the world’s media is clamouring to say why we’re back in business.

# media - Monday 6 January, 2014

From The Score George Hook plans end to TV career in 2015, radio in 2016 Exit Strategy

George Hook plans end to TV career in 2015, radio in 2016

The Newstalk presenter announced his plans via Twitter this afternoon.

# media - Sunday 29 December, 2013

From The Daily Edge 16 reasons everyone was mad for 1990s girl magazines Poster Pullout

16 reasons everyone was mad for 1990s girl magazines

Because they were amazing, obviously. From Mizz right up to More.

# media - Tuesday 3 December, 2013

Guardian editor defends publication of NSA leaks in the face of tough questioning

Alan Rusbridger said he was “surprised” when committee chairman Keith Vaz asked him: “Do you love this country?”

# media - Tuesday 26 November, 2013

Column: Where are the female voices on the airwaves?

Irish Radio is not reflecting the needs of 51 per cent of Irish society and therefore is failing society as a whole. We cannot simply wait in hope that the culture might change, writes Lucy Keaveney.

# media - Friday 22 November, 2013

Interview: Pat Falvey on The Summit – It’s a story about eleven dreamers that died that day

In 2008, tragedy struck on K2 when 11 people died and the catastrophe set in motion an international media storm, with countless different stories emerging. The new movie and book, The Summit, attempts to set to the record straight, says Pat Falvey.

Student falsely accused of taxi fare dodge granted stay on court costs awarded against him

Eoin McKeogh lost a case against six newspapers over their reporting of his legal dispute with Google and Facebook.

South African media warned not to publish pics of president’s house – but do it anyway

The South African president’s home has been revamped using taxpayers money – and the government says it’s a security breach to publish any photographs of it.

# media - Wednesday 20 November, 2013

Airbrushing and body image problems to be addressed by experts & politicians

One MEP is proposing that all publications featuring airbrushed images should also carry mandatory labelling.

# media - Tuesday 19 November, 2013

Beautiful Payday as Bono set for multi-million dollar windfall from magazine sale

The rock star’s Elevation Partners is the preferred shareholder in the magazine.

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