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Are you worried about fake news? Have your say on the future of media in Ireland

The Future of Media Commission invites you to share your views on this important topic.

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DOES WHAT YOU read, see and hear in the media reflect your experience of the world? Do you agree with how the media is regulated? Is independent journalism important to you? 

Ireland’s public service broadcasters, commercial broadcasters, online platforms and print platforms are important for our democracy and society. They inform public debate through independent journalism. They reflect and promote the lives, language, art, sport, music, culture, traditions and identities of Irish people at home and around the world.

The Future of Media Commission is an independent body that was set up by the Government of Ireland in September 2020 to examine the future of the media in this country, and to make recommendations that will set down strong foundations for the coming years.

As part of this process, you are invited to share your views on what you think the future of the media should look like. The Commission wants to hear your thoughts on public service media in Ireland, wherever you are based in the world.

There are four different ways to have your say:

  • 1. Email your submission to info@futureofmediacommission.ie
  • 2. Post your submission to Future of Media Commission, Birmingham Tower West, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2, D02R866
  • 3. Upload your submission here
  • 4. Input via the online form here

Please note that there is an 8,000 word limit for submissions. Closing date for submissions is Friday 8 January, 2021. Find more information about the Future of Media Commission and learn about the Public Consultation process at futureofmediacommission.ie.

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