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Air of vengeance in political snarking at the plight of RTÉ

National broadcaster faces unpalatable but essential choices to fulfil its remit

17th November, 2019

Last week, at a meeting in Dublin, the International Grand Committee on Disinformation heard from a range of contributors about the dangers of reducing media pluralism, and limiting the availability of a diverse range of political viewpoints.

Those who watch these things carefully worry that this will result in journalism that is more superficial and sensationalist, and will undermine trust not just in journalism, but also in the political process. Many are looking towards public...

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