The paper of record has run things in its print edition that appear to be independent journalism, but are in fact advertiser-sponsored content.
RTE has said it will release a new diversity strategy in the coming months, but it’s unclear if it will lead to visible change at the station.
Last week, media reports indicated that two of the city’s favourite burrito bars had been hit with Food Safety Authority closure orders. Here’s what happened.
A PR company recently offered to send Dublin Inquirer a bottle of whiskey that they wanted us to write about.
Many of Ireland’s major news outlets, from The Irish Times to The Journal, have turned to native advertising as a way to boost revenues. But at what cost?
The newspaper published a story headlined “Poll: Terrorists Hide Among Our Refugees”. The headline was absolute garbage, and the article wasn’t much better. Here’s why.
Promising Muslims a “New Golden Age of Islam” if they immigrate to Ireland, a website and linked Facebook account have generated some rather heated discussions online recently.