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#Journalism

# journalism - Sunday 24 January, 2016

It's now more difficult for Irish journalists to hold those in powerful positions to account

Ireland’s small community of hard-pressed crime journalists are up in arms, writes Tom Clonan.

# journalism - Thursday 14 January, 2016

Gsoc access to journalists' phone records 'really worrying'

The NUJ is seeking to meet the watchdog over its accessing of private data.

# journalism - Tuesday 29 December, 2015

69 journalists were killed in the line of duty this year RIP

69 journalists were killed in the line of duty this year

Almost half died at the hands of Islamic militant groups.

# journalism - Monday 26 October, 2015

We asked Marty Whelan to explain this photo

What in the world is going on here?

# journalism - Thursday 25 June, 2015

What is the future of Irish journalism?

While it’s premature to write the obituary for print media just yet, the Irish digital landscape is large and has room to grow.

# journalism - Friday 29 May, 2015

Garda in Roma children case released without charge

The NUJ said there were “many unusual aspects’” to the arrest.

# journalism - Saturday 23 May, 2015

Journalists warned that reporting suicide details can lead to 'copycat' deaths

The Press Council of Ireland announce new code of practice relating to “excessive detail of the means of suicide”.

# journalism - Tuesday 5 May, 2015

Sunday Independent columnist leaves paper to work for Renua

John Drennan will be the new party’s director of communications and political strategy.

# journalism - Thursday 30 April, 2015

LISTEN: BBC presenter 'made a mistake' by revealing he's an atheist on air

One caller was none too pleased.

# journalism - Monday 6 April, 2015

Rolling Stone has been forced into a massive back-down over this frathouse rape story

The magazine has issued an apology after the article was widely discredited.

# journalism - Wednesday 1 April, 2015

Ex-policeman who leaked Milly Dowler information to The Sun has been jailed

Simon Quinn, 43, will serve 18 months in prison.

# journalism - Saturday 21 March, 2015

A conversation with Robert Fisk

The world-renowned war correspondent was in Ireland this week. He spoke to TheJournal.ie about matters Irish and international, and why Vladimir Putin is his dream interviewee.

# journalism - Wednesday 25 February, 2015

From The Daily Edge The New York Times made a woman's dream of being an 'anonymous source' come true Anonymous

The New York Times made a woman's dream of being an 'anonymous source' come true

As Gabrielle once sang, “Dreams can come true”.

# journalism - Saturday 21 February, 2015

The Telegraph is getting a LOT of flack over this front page

A journalist at the newspaper retired over the HSBC scandal last week.

# journalism - Wednesday 18 February, 2015

Telegraph writer resigns, claiming advertisers were influencing stories

Peter Oborne said the paper was too close to HSBC.

# journalism - Saturday 14 February, 2015

Opinion: What do traditional newspapers have to do to survive?

Dumbing down their content, pursuing ‘edgy’ stories over quality journalism, are not wise decisions, writes Paul Allen.

# journalism - Friday 13 February, 2015

David Carr gave this incredible advice to an Irish journalism student

Timely tweet attracted attention of high-profile New York Times journalist – and he gave her some good career advice. (She has since come and worked for us!)

From The Daily Edge Who was David Carr and why should you remember him? RIP

Who was David Carr and why should you remember him?

The journalist died last night aged 58.

# journalism - Sunday 1 February, 2015

Australian journalist Peter Greste released from Cairo prison

Jailed Al-Jazeera journalist has been deported from Egypt following a presidential decision and is en route to Australia

# journalism - Sunday 11 January, 2015

From The42 Sports Film Of The Week: Let Them Wear Towels Reel Stories This post contains videos

Sports Film Of The Week: Let Them Wear Towels

The story of female American sportswriters and their battle for access.

# journalism - Saturday 10 January, 2015

Opinion: Islam must be treated like Christianity in Europe – accepted, revered and lambasted

It is up to moderate people to have an open debate about religion and society. Otherwise, extremists will have it for us.

# journalism - Saturday 3 January, 2015

Mrs Brown, tourists, and the Luas: The week in numbers

Plus: What was the lowest temperature in Ireland this week?

# journalism - Wednesday 31 December, 2014

Targeted killings of journalists on the rise as beheadings signify 'new bloody chapter'

The IFJ says a total of 135 journalists have died in 2014.

# journalism - Friday 5 December, 2014

From The Daily Edge Journalism has officially reached its peak with this headline Journalism

Journalism has officially reached its peak with this headline

Spoiler: it involves Usher and an iPhone.

# journalism - Tuesday 25 November, 2014

Final issue of Connacht Sentinel put to bed after 89 years of news

The Connacht Tribune Group describe it as the “end of an era”.

# journalism - Tuesday 11 November, 2014

BBC won't unmask The Sun's 'Fake Sheikh' just yet, but they promise they will

Controversial journalist Mazher Mahmood uses a sheikh costume to lure celebrities.

# journalism - Saturday 25 October, 2014

From The42 Jonathan Wilson on journalism and Championship Manager's impact on football analysis Interview

Jonathan Wilson on journalism and Championship Manager's impact on football analysis

We chatted with the Football Weekly favourite.

# journalism - Sunday 19 October, 2014

Extract: The role of the media in the Irish economic crisis

Some commentators have noted that Irish news organisations failed to give proper warnings of the impending crash. But why?

# journalism - Wednesday 15 October, 2014

Mary Raftery's articles are set to be re-published online

The journalist’s documentaries ‘States of Fear’ and ‘Cardinal Sins’ highlighted child abuse in schools and the Catholic Church.

# journalism - Wednesday 8 October, 2014

HSE puts pressure on newspaper to reveal its source on hospital waiting lists

However the Sunday Business Post is not budging.

# journalism - Sunday 14 September, 2014

From The42 Cruyff on football's lost values and Roger Goodell's parental paradox; it's the week's best sportswriting Essential Reading

Cruyff on football's lost values and Roger Goodell's parental paradox; it's the week's best sportswriting

Also, the divisive Joey Barton talks Immanuel Kant while a NBA curiosity is remembered.

# journalism - Thursday 11 September, 2014

Yoink! UTV Ireland have poached editor of RTÉ's Six One

Marcus Lehnen will join the new station as head of news.

# journalism - Sunday 7 September, 2014

From The42 The GAA's role in the NFL's future and the craziest stunt in wresting; it's the week's best sportswriting Well Read

The GAA's role in the NFL's future and the craziest stunt in wresting; it's the week's best sportswriting

Why would you go outside when there is so much good stuff you haven’t read yet.

# journalism - Tuesday 2 September, 2014

Opinion: 'These human rights abuses have a very real and clear link to Ireland'

Ireland has the potential to make a difference in two situations that have been raising concerns for human rights groups.

# journalism - Sunday 24 August, 2014

Opinion: The killing and imprisonment of journalists should concern us all

Worrying press arrests in Ferguson and the grisly murder of James Foley underlines it is in all of our interests to ensure journalists can report without fear.

# journalism - Thursday 21 August, 2014

Debate Room: Was the New York Post's front page photo of James Foley unethical?

We look in more detail at an issue which has caused widespread anger…

# journalism - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

Opinion: James Foley's death shows that graphic, unregulated footage is just a click away

Are the general public ready for the stark reality of raw, amateur content – often from war zones – to be part of their mainstream media publications and broadcasts?

# journalism - Sunday 27 July, 2014

From The42 Paul Kimmage: 'The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice' Interview

Paul Kimmage: 'The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice'

The Irish journalist is the subject of a new documentary about his troubled relationship with the sport of cycling.

# journalism - Tuesday 22 July, 2014

'From time to time, we screw up': Sky News reporter on picking up MH17 luggage

Colin Brazier has publicly apologised for the incident.

# journalism - Sunday 20 July, 2014

Sky News apologises after reporter rifled through luggage of MH17 passenger

“We shouldn’t really be doing this,” reporter Colin Brazier said on air.