# media - Yesterday’s News
The Advertising Standards Agency of Ireland has upheld 65 complaints against the ads which ran in the Sunday Independent and Sunday World.
# media - Monday 21 April, 2014
A story in yesterday’s Mail on Sunday prompted an angry reaction on social media.
# media - Friday 18 April, 2014
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
Landmark Media Investments informed staff of the news at the newspaper’s Cork office today.
# media - Sunday 13 April, 2014
From tactics to tuxes and even a suit of armour, Twitter didn’t disappoint us this week.
# media - Friday 11 April, 2014
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
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
# media - Sunday 6 April, 2014
…but this might not be a Bad Thing.
# media - Monday 31 March, 2014
Nuts accounted for more than 50 per cent of all men’s magazines sold in the UK at one stage.
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
Media reports said a plane had gone into the sea. However, it was a boat.
# media - Wednesday 26 March, 2014
RTÉ’s top brass faced the Oireachtas Communications Committee today with defamation laws on the agenda.
# media - Monday 24 March, 2014
Enda Kenny also called for more coverage of European affairs.
# media - Wednesday 19 March, 2014
They’re looking for 70 French speakers, 30 German speakers as well as 150 English speakers.
# media - Friday 14 March, 2014
Murphy leaves Today FM to join the award-winning Newstalk programme.
# media - Wednesday 5 March, 2014
Stephen Donnelly says that he feels broadcasters are already being more cautious as a result of the controversy.
# media - Monday 24 February, 2014
‘England are building a team capable of becoming No. 1 in the world,’ says Sir Clive Woodward.
# media - Friday 21 February, 2014
# media - Wednesday 19 February, 2014
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
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
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
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
# media - Sunday 2 February, 2014
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
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
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
UN security guards have had to step in on occasion as reporters fling slurs and abuse across press room.
# media - Friday 24 January, 2014
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
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
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.
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
# media - Monday 6 January, 2014
The Newstalk presenter announced his plans via Twitter this afternoon.
# media - Sunday 29 December, 2013
Because they were amazing, obviously. From Mizz right up to More.
# media - Tuesday 3 December, 2013
Alan Rusbridger said he was “surprised” when committee chairman Keith Vaz asked him: “Do you love this country?”
# media - Tuesday 26 November, 2013
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
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.
Eoin McKeogh lost a case against six newspapers over their reporting of his legal dispute with Google and Facebook.
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.