Willie O’Reilly: High tech comes to the rescue of the high altar
Like everything else, religion has moved online and Covid-19 has just accelerated that process
I’ve just binge-watched the Angeles. All eight episodes in one go. They’re on the RTÉ Player under “season one”. My ears are ringing.
As a TV show it doesn’t have the chemistry of Normal People. We see a man sculpting a dove from sand. He has a touch of Connell’s quiet demeanour, in that he says nothing and has a GAA physique. But there’s no action....
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Willie O’Reilly: Why we need roaming for our holiday viewing
European television could do with some harmonisation, but even when you’re far from home, you can still immerse yourself in events on our little island
Willie O’Reilly: What have the Romans ever done for our entertainment? Quite a lot actually
Today, the media is society’s main conduit of entertainment via advanced technology, but the passing of 2,000 years has seen little change in what actually engages us
Ireland’s media habits returning to normal after a ‘skewed’ 2020
Core’s latest report has said that media consumption patterns are returning to pre-pandemic levels in the wake of restrictions being loosened
Pandemic boom sees media insights service turn its first profit
Newly-published accounts for Newswhip show it recorded an after-tax profit of €250,000 in 2020 compared to a loss of €970,000 the previous year.