Willie O’Reilly: Architecture of our media industry is more robust than we realise
In the face of constant change, it’s remarkable how publishers and broadcasters manage to stay the course
“The night is darkest just before the dawn, and I promise you, the dawn is coming,” Harvey Dent says in the movie The Dark Knight. Dent was supposedly trying to save Gotham City and was quoting Thomas Fuller, the 17th-century English historian.
It’s an inspiring thought: the darkness will not last forever, better times lie ahead, optimism will triumph over despair. And these are dark times indeed. People in all walks of life...
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Willie O’Reilly: A long overdue reckoning for the giants of social media
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