A groupthink culture wrecked RTE's credibility

RTE is in the throes of a nervous breakdown - and it's hardly surprising. All its various scandals and controversies, present and future, would unsettle even a Catholic bishop.

19th May, 2012
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RTE is in the throes of a nervous breakdown - and it is hardly surprising. The Fr Kevin Reynolds debacle, the threat of further libel suits arising from the Mission to Prey fiasco, the station's financial crisis and the prospect of more scandals on the way would unsettle even a Catholic bishop.

All this is aided and abetted by incompetence within and without. Within, by management and the RTE Authority. Without, by the Broadcasting Authority...

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