Willie O’Reilly: Rashford’s solo run results in a different kind of glory
The Manchester United striker’s impassioned campaign to secure free school meals for impoverished children is effectively unprecedented in English football history
Young people are getting a bad press of late. The fecklessness of some in the face of Covid-19 is a constant source of condemnation. Don’t they get it? Why can’t they be more, well, adult?
It’s never easy being young. I know. I too was young, once. And then someone pops right up and surprises you. Surprises you by their thoughtfulness, the simplicity of their message and the impact it has...
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Willie O’Reilly: RTÉ’s digital shutdown is a lost opportunity
The decision to dump digital audio broadcasting 15 years into this service is a poor strategic move which may have to be revisited in the future
Last exit: O’Brien says final goodbye to Irish media scene
Denis O’Brien’s stormy romance with the Irish media is finally coming to an end. But his plans for Digicel may end up making his losses here look like small change
Bauer’s purchase of O’Brien’s radio empire is shake-up time
The German publishing and broadcasting company Bauer Media which has bought the Communicorp stable of radio stations is likely to energise a moribund Irish radio industry that has, nevertheless, managed to hold onto its listeners
Emmy Award-winning couple draws up plans for animation hub in Dundalk
Denise and Francis Fitzpatrick created the children’s series Jakers. Their latest venture, Futurum, which is planning a hub in Louth, is making a series about a baby polar bear delivered by mistake to Ireland