Posted on: 20-Oct-2007
I am grateful to the NUJ for affording me this opportunity to address you. It is entirely coincidental that one of the major controversies of the past few weeks has been about the media and about coverage by the media of criminal proceedings - a topic I will turn to shortly - but it is probably also true to say that there is, generally, a heightened consciousness of the role of the media in society today, and a greater willingness to explore issues of media coverage in a reflective and positive manner.
Posted on: 14-Aug-2007
Prof. John Horgan confirmed as Ireland’s first Press Ombudsman The newly-established Press Council of Ireland has announced that Professor John Horgan, a prominent author and academic whose background is in journalism and politics, has been appointed as Ireland’s inaugural Press Ombudsman.
Posted on: 04-Jul-2007
Newly-established group combines “talent, diversity, achievement, standing and experience”
Posted on: 26-Jan-2007
Former TCD Provost to chair new Press Council
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