'Are Irish journalists just reflections of one another?'

'Are Irish journalists just reflections of one another?'
Are we asking the right questions? Pic: Getty

Irish journalism is in danger of becoming increasingly homogenised, writes Colette Sexton

Over the past decade, journalism has changed irrevocably. The collapse in revenue models due to the advent of technology and new advertising channels has had a detrimental effect on traditional media. This, in turn, has had a major effect on who journalists are, where they come from and what they believe.

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