# media - Thursday 10 May, 2012
Latest figures show that Distilled, which publishes sites including TheJournal.ie and Daft.ie, gets more monthly page impressions than RTE.ie, IrishTimes.com and Independent Digital.
# media - Wednesday 9 May, 2012
The singer criticised the authorities for failing to “genuinely prosecute” journalists who break the law.
# media - Saturday 5 May, 2012
Sky News Arabia will broadcast rolling news from Abu Dhabi, starting tomorrow.
It looks like BBC bosses were impressed by Tubridy’s performance last year – he’s landed another high-profile slot.
Robert Dore said the priest is awaiting with interest the outcome of the meeting between the Communications Minister and the board of RTE.
# media - Friday 4 May, 2012
A BAI report is heavily critical of the procedures followed by the programme makers who libelled Fr Kevin Reynolds and RTÉ on whole over a programme broadcast nearly a year ago.
# media - Thursday 3 May, 2012
A single trade worth almost €10 million – totaling some 27.7 million shares – went through on the stroke of noon.
We might moan about the press – but Irish media consumers are among the world’s luckiest, writes Ross McCarthy.
# media - Monday 30 April, 2012
L’Equipe were not happy with Wayne Barnes’ performance, while Le Figaro suggested that the visitors deserved their victory.
# media - Friday 27 April, 2012
Nobody is investing in newspapers for profit any more, writes Michael McDowell. Instead, it’s driven by political and editorial control and influence.
# media - Thursday 26 April, 2012
The new Ownership and Control Policy is the blueprint under which authorities will consider whether to block a takeover.
# media - Sunday 22 April, 2012
There’s just one female character for every 3 male character in films aimed at children. This needs to change, writes actress Geena Davis.
# media - Friday 20 April, 2012
Family visits and a holiday are in the offing… However, INM re-releases its statement today to remove the word ‘unanimous’ from the directors’ decision on the deal O’Reilly received on departure.
# media - Thursday 19 April, 2012
Vincent Crowley, current Group Chief Operating Officer, appointed in his place.
David McRedmond says his station wouldn’t have made libel because “we couldn’t afford a settlement” like that given by RTÉ to Fr Kevin Reynolds.
# media - Wednesday 18 April, 2012
Exposé on counterfeit cigarette trade in Ireland given Gold World Medal in investigative news programme category in New York.
Talking about old versus new media misses the point, writes Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte. Instead, we need to look at copyright, regulation, and defamation.
# media - Monday 16 April, 2012
Far from worrying that a ban on advertising cheese to children will hurt their calcium intake, says food writer Frank Armstrong, concerned gastronomes are missing the point…
# media - Thursday 12 April, 2012
While statement alleges Independent News and Media “agenda”, Minister makes remarks on media pursuit of questions over Lowry meetings.
Full statement released by Justice Minister says there is an “unethical media project” to “condemn” or imply “guilt by association” with Michael Lowry – and that it has echoes of McCarthyism in the 1950s.
# media - Wednesday 11 April, 2012
Some media experts say the abbreviation for ‘bitch’ may be satirical and reclaiming the word – but some feel it is polarising and an attention-grabbing move.
# media - Friday 6 April, 2012
Facebook’s initial public offering is pegged at $5 billion – meaning it could be a big win for Nasdaq.
# media - Wednesday 4 April, 2012
# media - Tuesday 3 April, 2012
Noel Curran, Director General of RTÉ, has said that the movement of two senior execs was voluntary and that an independent external board is still investigating other personnell in ‘A Mission to Prey’ debacle.
Director General Noel Curran’s on ‘rebuilding trust’ between the State broadcaster and its audience. “They also expect that we do not lose our nerve…”
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# media - Sunday 1 April, 2012
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# media - Saturday 31 March, 2012
The Media Show will examine issues in print, online and broadcast when it begins airing on RTÉ Radio 1 next month.
# media - Wednesday 28 March, 2012
The minister for justice tells a Seanad debate that some journalists omit important facts in order to scandalise the public.
# media - Friday 23 March, 2012
‘He lied and lied and lied again’. How the newspapers saw the report’s revelations…
# media - Tuesday 20 March, 2012
Putting different faces on screen isn’t about box-ticking – it’s about catering to the real society that’s out there, writes Dil Wickremasinghe.
# media - Monday 19 March, 2012
Mark Thompson is the longest-serving chief since the 1970s.
# media - Monday 12 March, 2012
The 12-year-olds drowned in a pool near their homes in a seeming attempt to travel back in time to the Qing Dynasty – a currently popular subject in some soap operas.
Statistics compiled by Ipsos MRBI for JNLR show that the average adult listens to 196 minutes of radio broadcasts each day.
# media - Saturday 10 March, 2012
Misunderstandings and lazy reporting of statistics can lead to everything from wrongful convictions to tragic deaths, writes David Robert Grimes.
# media - Friday 9 March, 2012
From ETA’s ceasefire to the Queen’s visit, here the issues that saw members of the 31st Dáil getting media attention over the past 12 months.
Gallery: Check out the headlines the camp’s forced dismantling created in Britain, the US – and Egypt.
# media - Wednesday 7 March, 2012
New research carried out by Red C found that 49 per cent of Irish people own a smartphone while 16 per cent own a tablet.