A recent article posted in The Irish Times by DCU’s Dr. Jane Suiter highlighted the growing mistrust shown by Irish people for its journalists and politicians alike, despite the lack of political or journalistic scandal. Read on to find out three of the best ways to verify the news you take in.
UTV Ireland is in hot water with investors as a statement released to the stock exchange on Tuesday, detailing the six month old ventures inability to meet its commercial and viewing targets. The Dublin based entertainment company commented on the situation citing difficulty in predicting viewership for the start-up channel as a cause for the
New insights into how Irish people are accessing news have emerged today thanks to the Reuters Digital News Report 2015. The report commissioned by the broadcasting authority of Ireland detailed the breakdown of news consumption across every enumeration.
New insights into how Irish people are accessing news have emerged, thanks to the Reuters Digital News Report 2015. The report commissioned by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland detailed the breakdown of news consumption across every enumeration.
#Onceindublin After several years touring internationally, the Tony award winning musical Once returns to the Irish stage this coming July. The excitement and fan fare associated with the musical and its Grammy winning sister film, spilled out onto the streets of Dublin today as cast member busked on Grafton Street. The cast performed some of
All Bets Are On: iRadio’s Three Strangers and a Wedding
‘Three Strangers and a Wedding’ hit the headlines today with iRadio’s newest show garnering much attention from the public for it’s outlandish portrayal of marriage. The shows premise involves bringing random strangers together to legally marry live on air. The station has self-proclaimed it, ‘the world’s greatest social experiment’. The shows bride, nicknamed ‘Juno’ for the purpose