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Media owners plan all-day website for diaspora

A 24-hour news website for the Irish diaspora with input from London, New York and Sydney is planned by Irish Post owner Elgin Loane and US-based publisher Niall O'Dowd.

13th July, 2013

A 24-hour news website for the Irish diaspora with input from London, New York and Sydney is the first collaborative venture planned by Irish Post owner Elgin Loane and US-based publisher Niall O'Dowd. Loane purchased a shareholding in O'Dowd's Irish-American media group last week.

"We have a plan for a 24-hour Irish website, with a few editorial teams feeding into a single site," said O'Dowd. "You can't just be a newspaper any more, you've got...

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