The conviction was secured against a middle-aged man who had made false and abusive comments on Facebook about a Dublin woman he had known for years.
Or, as its tag line goes, it’s “Country to the ‘Core”.
“People are watching the world through their phones, and from that perspective it seems to always be in flames,” writes illustrator Oleg Brazhnyk.
“Everyone’s giving out about the lack of diversity in the media,” says Stephanie Costello, of the Media Interns Alliance. “But nobody’s looking after the most vulnerable: the student journalists and the interns.”
Dave Clifford published Vox from his bedroom, between 1980 and 1983.
We’re delighted to be helping to organise a half-day free workshop for community journalists, run by the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ).
For practical reasons, it’s hard to challenge the sea of misinformation in these rambling video monologues.
In recent months, the online publication All the Food launched, as well as the print magazine Char. And there’s more to come.
That idea appears to be based on a misuse of statistics by Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy, which was further distorted in the media.
Michael D Higgins may have won the race to the Áras, but Peter Casey took the podium in the media, garnering the most coverage of any candidate, writes a media analyst and DCU researcher.