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# Online News

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Over 60% of Irish people concerned about the truth of online information
According to a new global study, remains one of the most popular online news brands in Ireland.
Almost half of Irish adults are reading news online more since the start of the Covid-19 crisis
People have been consuming news a lot more since March.
RTÉ and are the most popular online news sources in Ireland
32% of people in Ireland read in the last week, according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report for 2019.
Oireachtas to spend €775,000 on 'online news aggregator service'
The service must be “easy to use” and allow TDs, Senators and their staff the ability to search content easily. is the most popular online Irish news source for the second year in a row
Over a third of Irish news consumers checked this week according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report. is now the main online news source for Irish people
A third of the Irish market checked this week according to Reuters Institute Digital News Report.
Ireland's young people read less online news than any other EU country (but they love Facebook)
A new survey of internet habits across Europe is quite revealing.
Satirical site The Onion is now worth more than most of the real news outlets it mocks
We kid you not.
Announcement: opens up its newsroom to readers
Mock Irish Times front page pulled from online edition
Front page marking end of Geraldine Kennedy’s editorship of the paper mistakenly went online this morning.
Pulitzer Prize winners for 2011 unveiled
Names of this year’s award-winning journalists, photographers and writers has been released and includes, for the first time ever, recognition for work not produced in print.
More people get news online than through newspapers: Survey
More people accessed news online than through newspapers last year – for the first time ever – according to a new survey by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism.
Newsweek staffer's internet revolt against Daily Beast merger
As gets its marching orders, disgruntled employee launches online rant.
Times site loses 90% of traffic
Rupert Murdoch puts up a paywall for the Times site. It doesn’t go well.