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Telegraph writer resigns, claiming advertisers were influencing stories
Peter Oborne said the paper was too close to HSBC.
Opinion: What do traditional newspapers have to do to survive?
Dumbing down their content, pursuing ‘edgy’ stories over quality journalism, are not wise decisions, writes Paul Allen.
David Carr gave this incredible advice to an Irish journalism student
Timely tweet attracted attention of high-profile New York Times journalist – and he gave her some good career advice. (She has since come and worked for us!)
Who was David Carr and why should you remember him?
The journalist died last night aged 58.
Australian journalist Peter Greste released from Cairo prison
Jailed Al-Jazeera journalist has been deported from Egypt following a presidential decision and is en route to Australia
Sports Film Of The Week: Let Them Wear Towels
The story of female American sportswriters and their battle for access.
Opinion: Islam must be treated like Christianity in Europe – accepted, revered and lambasted
It is up to moderate people to have an open debate about religion and society. Otherwise, extremists will have it for us.
Mrs Brown, tourists, and the Luas: The week in numbers
Plus: What was the lowest temperature in Ireland this week?
Targeted killings of journalists on the rise as beheadings signify 'new bloody chapter'
The IFJ says a total of 135 journalists have died in 2014.
Journalism has officially reached its peak with this headline
Spoiler: it involves Usher and an iPhone.
Final issue of Connacht Sentinel put to bed after 89 years of news
The Connacht Tribune Group describe it as the “end of an era”.
BBC won't unmask The Sun's 'Fake Sheikh' just yet, but they promise they will
Controversial journalist Mazher Mahmood uses a sheikh costume to lure celebrities.
Jonathan Wilson on journalism and Championship Manager's impact on football analysis
We chatted with the Football Weekly favourite.
Extract: The role of the media in the Irish economic crisis
Some commentators have noted that Irish news organisations failed to give proper warnings of the impending crash. But why?
Mary Raftery's articles are set to be re-published online
The journalist’s documentaries ‘States of Fear’ and ‘Cardinal Sins’ highlighted child abuse in schools and the Catholic Church.
HSE puts pressure on newspaper to reveal its source on hospital waiting lists
However the Sunday Business Post is not budging.
Cruyff on football's lost values and Roger Goodell's parental paradox; it's the week's best sportswriting
Also, the divisive Joey Barton talks Immanuel Kant while a NBA curiosity is remembered.
Yoink! UTV Ireland have poached editor of RTÉ's Six One
Marcus Lehnen will join the new station as head of news.
The GAA's role in the NFL's future and the craziest stunt in wresting; it's the week's best sportswriting
Why would you go outside when there is so much good stuff you haven’t read yet.
Opinion: 'These human rights abuses have a very real and clear link to Ireland'
Ireland has the potential to make a difference in two situations that have been raising concerns for human rights groups.
Opinion: The killing and imprisonment of journalists should concern us all
Worrying press arrests in Ferguson and the grisly murder of James Foley underlines it is in all of our interests to ensure journalists can report without fear.
Debate Room: Was the New York Post's front page photo of James Foley unethical?
We look in more detail at an issue which has caused widespread anger…
Opinion: James Foley's death shows that graphic, unregulated footage is just a click away
Are the general public ready for the stark reality of raw, amateur content – often from war zones – to be part of their mainstream media publications and broadcasts?
Paul Kimmage: 'The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice'
The Irish journalist is the subject of a new documentary about his troubled relationship with the sport of cycling.
'From time to time, we screw up': Sky News reporter on picking up MH17 luggage
Colin Brazier has publicly apologised for the incident.
Sky News apologises after reporter rifled through luggage of MH17 passenger
“We shouldn’t really be doing this,” reporter Colin Brazier said on air.
Andy Coulson found guilty but Rebekah Brooks cleared at phone hacking trial
The trial at the Old Bailey in London had lasted 8 months.
Press Council wants to "embrace new as well as legacy media"
Chairman says the move of into the Council – a first for a major online publication – shows belief that best practice in journalism is ‘platform-neutral’.
Video column: The Writer – the life and work of Tim Pat Coogan
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan speak to writer and journalist Tim Pat Coogan.
Fifteen years on, how States of Fear changed Irish society
An event is being held to mark the anniversary of the programme which shed a light on a dark part of Irish society.
Mark Little: Journalists filled in gaps on MH370 plane with 'baseless speculation'
The founder of Storyful was critical of how broadcasters filled programmes with discussion and conspiracy theories in lieu of facts.
Guess where Ireland ranks in the world in terms of press freedom...
Hint: We’re doing better than countries like China and North Korea.
How the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover went from conservative to tops optional
It started as a five-page supplement in the 60s. And is now a publishing phenomenon.
Damien Kiberd: Are whistleblowers saints? The ethics can be complicated.
As Ireland has discovered following the row over the cancellation of penalty points for motoring offences, the ethics of whistleblowing can be most complicated, writes Damien Kiberd.
Journalists from rival Syrian sides come close to blows in Geneva
UN security guards have had to step in on occasion as reporters fling slurs and abuse across press room.
Column: Ignorance, avoidance, distortion – media coverage of the Corrib gas project has failed
The Irish media has failed to properly report on the local community’s resistance to Shell in Mayo. The reason? Journalism has fewer and fewer resources to filter the truth from the propaganda, Harry Browne writes.
Up to 50 journalists to lose jobs as Dublin office faces closure
Real-time Editing & Design is set to close after Independent Newspapers informed them they would not be renewing their contract.
Award-winning journalist arrested in Egypt as Muslim Brotherhood labelled a 'terrorist organisation'
Peter Greste, a former BBC journalist currently working for Al-Jazeera, won the prestigious Peabody award in 2011.
'Reckless journalism' could affect Thomas Byrne's prison safety, claims lawyer
A number of newspaper reports claiming that Byrne had acted on behalf of suspected criminal figures were rejected in court today.
UK newspapers go to court to block press regulation system
The publishers are seeking an injunction over a new charter drawn up by Britain’s three main political parties after their proposals for a self-regulation were rejected.