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RTE and its staff braced for more bad news

RTE staff are facing further pain as the station seeks to cut costs, writes Samantha McCaughren.

7th April, 2012
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Noel Curran, director general, RTE.

When RTE director general Noel Curran addressed staff at the national broadcaster last year about the fallout from the libellous Fr Kevin Reynolds programme, he was met by angry comments from journalists accustomed to speaking their minds.

Last week, he was met with stony silence when he addressed the newsroom. Some felt this reflected the upset people felt about the departure of Ed Mulhall, the former managing director of news and current affairs, whose early...

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